• Our products are made and handled by human hands involving various processes.
  • There is bound to be variations in color, finish and overall look.
  • The colors you see on our website will depend on the accuracy of your monitor for which subtle variations must be acknowledged.
  • These wash / dry clean instructions must be followed very carefully.
  • Please do not spray deodorant, mist or a perfume on the dress directly and avoid using one specially for Gold & Silver Prints.

Sanganeri Block Printed Collection 

We use premium fabrics  for all our garments hand sourced by our team. All our prints are Hand-Blocked Printed and may marginally vary in each batch of print. All photographs are for representation purpose and are shot to try and look as close as possible to the original product ordered but may have marginal color variations from the actual product.

  • We use an "all over print" design for most our products and the positioning of artwork may be different from that as displayed in the picture.
  • Slight difference in color from the visible product image is possible. There are times when a camera or a computer monitor can't match perspective of an eye. Slight difference is unavoidable. 
  • This product is handblock printed & vegetable dyed. The print might have slight irregularities in the motif & colors which results from the human involvement in the process & is a hallmark of handcrafted products.
  • Since the fabric is dyed using natural, vegetable dyes, it may rub dry or bleed colour on coming in contact with water for the first time.

Silk And Silk Blends

Silk and silk blend fabrics must be dry cleaned only. Store carefully in cloth covers with a few scented sachets

Phulkari Collection

Phulkari (Punjabi: ਫੁਲਕਾਰੀ) refers to the folk embroidery of the Punjab. Although Phulkari means floral work, the designs include not only flowers but also cover motifs and geometrical shapes. The main characteristics of Phulkari embroidery are use of darn stitch on the wrong side of coarse cotton cloth with colored silken thread. Punjabi women create innumerable alluring and interesting designs and patterns by their skillful manipulation of the darn stitch.

As It is all hand crafted there can be small threads coming out or design can be slightly irregular which is unavoidable as its made by human hands and that's the grace of phulkari work that its all hand crafted. Also as this is needle work, there may be small needle holes around the embroidery pattern which again is unavoidable due to nature of work.


Washing Care: 

  • Handwash lightly with mild detergent. Do not soak any cotton dress & do not wash with another garment. Dry inside out in shade. Dry clean is ideal but hand wash also works. 
  • Taking care of your clothes will keep them looking good and fresh for longer.
  • The following instructions will help you prolong the life of your cotton clothes.
  • Water is precious. Wash garments only when necessary. Airing it after every use will keep them fresh for use, a couple of times.
  • Wash our garments by hand. Do not put them in a washing machine or dryer.
  • All our cottons are either handloom woven or hand-block printed.
  • Moderate shrinkage may be expected.
  • One must be very careful when applying fragrances to handmade clothes as the ingredients may cause your clothes to remove print or stain. It's best to spray lightly into the air in front of you then walk directly into the spritz.
  •  Some fabrics may shed excess color. Certain ikats and block- printed textiles are prone to excess bleeding. In such cases it is advised that you dry clean the garments using the services of a reputed drycleaner. In other cases, wash the clothes carefully by hand.


Sort clothes color-wise. Wash only similar colored garments together.


Put a small quantity of mild detergent in a half-filled bucket of cold water. Soak the garment in the soapy solution for five minutes. Do not soak for a longer duration. Pre-soaked garments must be washed immediately.


The soiled areas can be rubbed gently by hand. Do not use a solid bar of soap or a brush. Rinse the garment a few times in cold water to remove the detergent completely.


A final dip in a diluted solution of liquid starch will render a crisp finish to the garment. Do not wring too much.


Drying your clothes under the sun causes colour-fading. Therefore, hang them out to dry in the evenings or in shade. Garments should be hung straight to dry on rust- proof hangers (either plastic or wooden).


Do not iron directly on block-prints, embroidery, etc. Such clothes should be turned inside out and ironed lightly.


Store garments in a cool, dry, place protected from sunlight. Keep whites and light colored garments away from the darker colored ones. Use aromatic sachets to dispel cupboard odors.