Know your weave:
Khunn, otherwise known as Khana, is a beautiful, light-weight fabric that comes in combinations and innumerable designs, motifs, and patterns on the cloth. Khunn weave has a distinctive brocade pattern, much like the Banarasi. The weaving of khunn indeed is a painstaking process but one will surely be amazed by the rhythmic taps and clacks of the handloom which sound poetic and musical to ears.
The paithani narali border weaving technique along with the khunn body is complex, involving intricate details. Thus, it can take anywhere from between five to six days to create this masterpiece.
Adorned with brocade weaving on the pallu and the body this two-toned deep garnet khunn paithani with mango-gold narali border (the authentic of paithani saree) is a treasure to wear…
Fabric: Brocade khunn
Saree length: 5.5 meters
Wash care: Dry Clean
Colour: Deep garnet (two toned) body – Parrot green pallu
Blouse: Parrot green
Disclaimer: We have tried to put photos clicked in natural light to avoid discrepancies. However, a little variation may occur due to individual screen settings.