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Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Resham Tope Pallu Sap Green

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Resham Tope Pallu Emerald Green

This is an Ilkal saree made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Resham Tope Pallu Olive Green

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Resham Tope Pallu Maroon Green

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Resham Tope Pallu Green Yellow

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Resham Tope Pallu Violet Red

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Resham Tope Pallu Brownish Yellow

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Resham Tope Pallu Brownish Black Red

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Resham Tope Pallu Black Red

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Lining Pallu Green Red

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Lining Pallu GoldYellow

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Lining Pallu Green Red with Black pattern

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Lining Pallu OliveGreen Red

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Lining Pallu Copper Violet

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Resham Tope Pallu Copper Green

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Resham Tope Pallu Mehendi Green

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Khun Saree with Kasuti Work of TulsiKatta Elephant and Ilkal Resham Tope Pallu Deep Purple Red

Shubhsarini Collections presents Ilkal sarees made from the popular blouse fabric "Khun", from Ilkal town of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the saree stems from the fact that it is made from Khun fabric, a brightly coloured, self patterned and self bordered fabric, popularly used for stitching saree blouses. The saree is a combination of the popular Khun fabric with the beautiful Ilkal saree. The Silk Pallu has the traditional lengthwise "Tope" colour bands that is the trademark of an Ilkal Saree. Also, the saree has Kasuti embroidery of traditional motifs like Tulsikatta and Elephant running across the border. The Pallu also has floral Kasuti work done over it.
₹ 1,800.00 ₹ 1,440.00

Kasuti is a distinguished cotton thread embroidery work that originated in Karnataka. It is a traditional embroidery that is done by counting the threads of the warp and weft with the designs traced or implanted as outlines. It has motifs like palanquins, elephants, tulsi kattas, lotus, parrots, and small birds. Kasuti work is generally done on Ilkal sarees. Ilkal sarees are made in the Ilkal town of Bagalkot district of Karnataka. The uniqueness of the sari stems from weaving the warp (lengthwise threads) in cotton and those in the pallu and the border area in art silk or pure silk. This means that the warp of each and every sari has to be prepared specially. The warp threads of the body and warp threads of the pallu and borders are linked together by loops locally addressed as “Topa Teni” Technique.
The pallu of the saree consist of designs like temple borders which are embellished with motifs which are generally embroidered in geometric shapes and it ends with patterns like comb, forts, or mountain ranges. The body of the saree also comprises of small motifs of embroidery.