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Urbane Styled Heavy Chanderi Dupatta

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Blissful Red-Bordered Heavy Chanderi Dupatta

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Hot Pink Bordered Chanderi Cotton Dupatta

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Spring Inspired Chanderi Cotton Dupatta

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Sunkissed Chanderi Cotton Dupatta

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 2,249.00
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Eccentric Off-White Chanderi Cotton Dupatta

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Fiery Red Bagh Chinon Dupatta

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Solid Coral detailed dupatta

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Hadebo inspired Phulkari heavy chunni

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Cute Coral shaded Duppatta

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  • GBP: £ 12.26
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Enriched camel brown fabric

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Immersive purple tinted duppatta

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Some Questions and Answers

Q. What are the popular designs and patterns used in Phulkari Dupattas?
A. The most popular designs include flowers, paisleys, animals, and geometric shapes. Some Phulkari Dupattas also feature religious symbols and images.

Q. What is the significance of Phulkari Dupattas in Indian culture?
A. Phulkari Dupattas are considered to be an important part of Punjabi culture and are often gifted to brides as a symbol of love and good wishes for their future. They are also used for religious and cultural celebrations and events.

Q. What is the significance of the color in Phulkari Dupattas?
A. The colors used in Phulkari Dupattas are chosen to reflect the mood, emotions, and season. For example, red and orange symbolize love and happiness, while blue and green symbolize peace and growth.

Q. Can Phulkari Dupattas be worn with any outfit?
A. Yes, Phulkari Dupattas can be worn with a variety of outfits, including traditional Indian attire such as salwar kameez and sarees, as well as with modern western clothing.

Q. Are Phulkari Dupattas still made by hand or are they available as machine-made products as well?
A. Both hand-embroidered and machine-made Phulkari Dupattas are available. Hand-embroidered Phulkari Dupattas are considered to be of higher quality and are more valuable due to the time and skill required to make them.