The image of an Indian woman in traditional attire is in itself a glorious sight. The attire reflects strong heritage of the country with a versatile perspective of ethnicities. Keeping in mind the recent steadily depleting environmental conditions, organic products are on the surge. One amongst them, khunn, used for attires and accessories, add sophistication to the equation.
However, origin of the trendsetter khunn is doubtful. Khunn or Khana is a self-designed bordered dress material designed with small motifs. Initially, it was used for making blouses. Nevertheless, with growing demand, khunn is being used for making many other kinds of women garments now. Women of mostly Maharashtra and north Karnataka wear bright sarees and blouses made of this material in various colours and designs.
The fabric is available in a wide range of textiles – cotton and polyester, artificial silk and cotton, and cotton and silk. This gift offered by the southern part of India has blessed the entire nation in its organic form. India Imprints is glad to have an exclusive collection of khunn garments.