Originating from the Maharashtrian countryside and also from Karnataka, the fabric known as Khunn is truly a symbol of traditional India.
It protrudes a particular sanctity which cannot be seen in modern wear. Various shades coupled with a diverse range of motifs and patterns get imbued on this material, and therefore, Khunn becomes quite appealing for women.
In the modern day where artificial clothing has grasped the major hub, we are slowly forgetting our core ethnic materials. One needs to remember that innate Indian clothing genres such as Kalamkari, Dabu printing and more bring back our roots.
Khunn as a material is unique too. Ask why?
Because it is the only fabric perhaps that was primarily used for making sarees’ blouses. So the original width had been no more than 31 inches!
At India Imprints, such rustic fabrics find space only to be known to ethnic lovers.