Unlike other Indian festivals, Makar Sankranti is unique as it is celebrated on the same date and month every year. Makar stands for Capricorn, and Sankranti means transition. So this day the sun sets on its journey north (not quite literally).
Apart from the sweets, dancing,and kite flying, wearing new clothes is also a part of celebrating this festival. Here are our recommended products you could wear and also tips on how to style them this Makar Sankranti.
Amongst the many tie and dye techniques, one of the most famous and widely used in the world of Indian Fashion is Bandhani or Bandhej. This vibrant and exuberant art form involves intricate craftsmanship and thought resulting in vivid designs and patterns. The craze for Bandhani products has grown and has found a place globally.
To take your winter fashion a level up, we present Kantha Embroidered Woollen Shawl, a perfect blend of intricate nature inspired designs, and vibrant colours on soft woollen fabric.These shawls from Phulari have been hand-embroidered by skilled artisans from Shantiniketan, West Bengal. Each one has a unique design, with an exquisite combination and are exclusively available only on our website. Just add them to any attire and see the magic it evokes.
Kantha embroidery is not just creating designs with multicolored threads. It is a tradition that has travelled to reach where it is today. It is the pride of Bengal and our country's rich heritage. Lastly, it is a craft form to give an extraordinary new look along with dedication and creativeness by the artisans from Bengal.