Kolams or muggulu are thought to bring prosperity to homes. In millions of households in Tamil Nadu, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, women draw kolams in front of their home entrance every day at the break of dawn. Traditionally kolams are drawn on the flat surface of the ground with white rice flour. The drawings get walked on throughout the day, washed out in the rain, or blown around in the wind; new ones are made the next day. Each morning before sunrise, the front entrance of the house, or wherever the kolam may be drawn, is swept clean, sprinkled with water, thereby making for a flat surface.
Adorned with the woven yoke on the back of the blouse to give an extra depth to the overall look..
Production Time: 7 days
Fabric: Handwoven Mangalgiri cotton
Motif: Woven yoke at the back
Sleeves length: Short : 11 inches
Wash care: Dry Clean
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