PLAIN & EMBROIDERED DUPATTAS

Art Silk Maple Leaf Printed Dupatta with Tassels
  • Black Onyx
  • Ribbon Red
  • Tile Blue
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LENGTH 82 INCH WIDTH 45 INCH
$15
Phulkari Embroidered Dupatta from Punjab with Mirrors and Gota Patti Border
  • Amber Yellow
  • Beige
  • Biking Red
  • Caviar Black
  • Pink Peacock
  • True Red
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Phulkari Rainbow Dupatta from Punjab with Gota-Patti and All-over Mirrors
  • Beige
  • Moonless Night
  • Pink Peacock
  • Spectra Yellow
  • Tibetan Red
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LENGTH 94 INCH WIDTH 41 INCH
$70
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Brocaded Banarasi Dupatta with Zari-Woven Bootis All-Over
  • Cyan Blue
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8.3 ft x 3.1 ft
$110
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Phulkari Dupatta from Punjab with Embroidery All-Over and Mirrors
  • Apricot Gelato
  • Baton Rouge And Phantom
  • Bittersweet
  • Black And Orange
  • Black And Red
  • Flambe And Cyan
  • Lilac Rose
  • Persimmon Orange
  • Russet Orange
  • Scarlet And Juniper
  • Very Berry
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7.5 ft x 3.6 ft
$95
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Phulkari Thread Embroidered Dupatta from Punjab with Jhalar Border And Latkan Pallu
  • Bristol Black
  • Golden Rod
  • Pink Peacock
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LENGTH 88 INCH WIDTH 37 INCH
$65
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LENGTH 96 INCH WIDTH 36 INCH
$55
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Art Silk Floral Woven Brocaded Banarasi Dupatta
  • Multicolor 1
  • Multicolor 2
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LENGTH 68 Inch X 43 Inch WIDTH
$50
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Phulkari Embroidered Dupatta from Punjab with Sequins and Gota Border
  • Fuchsia Rose
  • Phantom
  • Tigerlily
  • Ultramarine Blue
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7.2 ft x 3.5 ft
$75
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Banarasi Brocaded Zari Thread Dupatta with Floral Weave
  • Mandarin Orange
  • Caviar Black
  • Cyan Blue
  • Marzipan
  • Coral Reef
  • Green Banana
  • Peridot Green
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7.8 ft x 3.1 ft
$70
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6.0 ft x 1.7 ft
$65
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Banarasi Silk Floral Butta Motif Brocaded Dupatta with Latkan Palla
  • Black Onyx
  • Dark Pink
  • Madder Brown
  • Radiant Yellow
  • Royal Blue
  • Rythmic Red
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LENGTH 102 Inch X 33 Inch WIDTH
$85
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Khadi Beige Dupatta with Madhubani Art
  • Auspicious
  • Bazaar
  • Ceremony Red
  • Ceremony Violet
  • Farewell 1
  • Farewell 2
  • Farewell 3
  • Festival Black
  • Festival Red
  • Kalaa Green
  • Kalaa Red
  • Matsya
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LENGTH 94 INCH x 35 INCH WIDTH
$25
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Royal Banarasi Brocade Silk Dupatta with Striped Palla and Tassels
  • Fuscia Pink
  • Grenadine
  • Merlot
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LENGTH 92 INCH X 35 INCH WIDTH
$85
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Multicolored Bandhani Tie-Dye Crinkled Dupatta with Gota Border
  • Boysenberry
  • Classic Green
  • Spicy Orange
  • Bittersweet Red
  • Magenta Pink
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6.2 ft x 3.4 ft
$44
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Banarasi Brocaded Dupatta With Floral Weave in Zari Thread
  • Hunter Green
  • Dark Green
  • Festival Fuchsia
  • Gold
  • Spicy Orange
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6.2 ft x 3.7 ft
$55
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Velvet Dupatta from Amritsar with Embroidered Flowers and Sequins
  • Tibetan Red
  • Black
  • Deep Forest
  • Garnet
  • Graystone
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7.8 ft x 2.7 ft
$55
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Banarasi Dupatta with Woven Foulard Bootis and Zari Weave on Border
  • Bright Rose
  • Fuscia Purple
  • Ibiza Blue
  • Molten Lava
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LENGTH 96 INCH X 38 INCH WIDTH
$50
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Banarasi Silk Kataan Zari Jaal Dupatta
  • Caviar Black
  • Galaxy Blue
  • Peach Pink
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LENGTH 102 INCH X 39 INCH WIDTH
$48
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Multi-Colored Floral Vine Art Silk Banarasi Woven Zari Brocade Dupatta
  • Buckthorn Brown
  • Caviar Black
  • Ibiza Blue
  • Jalapeno Red
  • Smoked Paprika
  • Turkish Sea
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LENGTH 94 INCH X 34 INCH WIDTH
$85
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Tie-Dye Bandhani Dupatta From Gujarat
  • Green And Cyan
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8.5 ft x 3.5 ft
$50
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Dupatta from Amritsar Embellished with Gota Patches on Border and Mirrors
  • Deep Green
  • Lipstick Red
  • Navy Blue
  • Windsor Wine
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Bandhani Gharchola Silk Dupatta with Giant Paisleys
  • MAGENTA
  • Radiant Yellow
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100 Inch Length X 45 Inch Width
$45
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78 inch Length X Width 45 inch
$130
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94 inch Length X Width 45 inch
$135
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Georgette-Wool Thread Embroidery Phulkari Duppatta with Stud-Crystal Work from Punjab
  • Burgundy
  • Mauve
  • Powder Blue
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Multi-Color Cotton Semi Silk Kanta Thread Work Floral design Stole
  • Deep Lagoon
  • Formal Garden
  • Grey
  • Navy Blue
  • Pageant Blue
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78 INCH LENGTH X 20 INCH WIDTH
$45
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Bandhani Gharchola Dupatta with Zari Weave and Brocaded Border
  • Emerald
  • Jet Black
  • Dazzling Blue
  • Deep Claret
  • Magenta Pink
  • Purple Passion
  • Rose Of Sharon
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8.2 ft x 4.0 ft
$40
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Phulkari Dupatta from Punjab with Geometric Patterns and Zari Border
  • Nautical Blue
  • Flame Scarlet
  • Magenta
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7.5 ft x 3.25 ft
$40
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Brocade Dupatta from Gujarat with Woven Floral Motifs All-Over
  • Pink Power
  • River Blue
  • Classic Blue
  • Golden Glow
  • Hot Pink
  • Italian Plum
  • Star White
  • Tiramisu
  • Verdant Green
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7.5 ft x 2.8 ft
$40
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Gota Dupatta from Amritsar with Patch Border and Pom-Poms
  • Fire Orange
  • Flame Orange
  • Fuchsia Rose
  • Garnet Red
  • Italian Straw
  • Lime Green
  • Mustard Yellow
  • Pale Yellow
  • Rose Red
  • Rust Orange
  • Slate Gray
  • Teal Blue
  • Umber Brown
  • Caviar Black
  • CREAM
  • Estate Blue
  • GREEN JACKET
  • Nugget Gold
  • Salsa
  • STAR WHITE
  • Sweet Dreams
  • Flamingo Pink
  • Spring Bud
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98 Inch Length X 26 Inch Width
$20
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Printed Dupatta from Kutch with Hand-Embroidered Florals and Mirrors
  • Carrot Orange
  • Empire Yellow
  • Fuchsia
  • Nasturtium
  • Pink Carnation
  • Marzipan Blue
  • Rosewood
  • Blue Jewel
  • Chinese Red
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7.0 ft x 3.5 ft
$40
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Bandhani Tie-Dye Gharchola Dupatta from Jodhpur with Golden Thread Weave
  • Rococco Red
  • Caviar Black
  • Batton Blue
  • Dazzling Blue
  • Lime Green
  • Magenta Pink
  • Spicy Orange
  • Citrus Yellow
  • Medium Blue
  • Tomato
  • Burnt Orange
  • Golf Green
  • Wild Aster
  • Green Lake
  • Deep Wine
  • Persian Red
  • Bright Green
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86 Inch Length X 43 Inch Width
$35
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Velvet Dupatta with Zari and Sequinned Flower Embroidered Bail from Amritsar
  • Jet Black
  • Bottle Green
  • Deep Fuchsia
  • Deep Wine
  • Maroon
  • Navy Blue
  • Red
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100 Inch Length X 38 Inch Width
$60
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98 INCH LENGTH X 38 INCH WIDTH
$60
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Brocade Dupatta from Gujarat with Brocade Weave
  • Bittersweet
  • Castle Rock
  • Cream
  • Jet Black
  • Juniper Green
  • Navy Blue
  • Raspberry Sorbet
  • Red Orange
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6.8 ft x 3.0 ft
$35
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Phulkari Dupatta from Punjab with Embroidery All-Over
  • Ruby Wine
  • Magenta Pink
  • Oak Buff
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7.5 ft x 3.5 ft
$35
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Dupatta from Jodhpur with Tie-dye Print and Gota Border
  • Snorkel Blue
  • American Beauty
  • Ibis Rose
  • Jasmine Green
  • Mandarin Orange
  • Pepper Green
  • Strong Blue
  • Dark Green
  • Royal Blue
  • Zinnia
  • Deep Pink
  • Saffron
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7.6 ft x 3.4 ft
$35
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Leheria Kota Doria Extra-Wide Dupatta from Jodhpur with Gota Border
  • Black
  • Navy
  • Bright Rose
  • Dazzling Blue
  • Jolly Green
  • Lava Falls
  • Marigold
  • Tomato
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92 Inch Length X 44 Inch Width
$30
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Traditional Leheriya Tie-Dye Kota Doria Cotton Dupatta from Jodhpur
  • First Tee
  • Marigold
  • Orangeade
  • Red Alert
  • Sodalite Blue
  • Vivacious
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90 Inch Length X 45 Inch Width
$30
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Sway in the renowned accessory of women all across India - Dupatta

Wearing a dupatta  is typically a symbol of security and social identification. The dupatta also will be considered in this because clothing plays an important role in a person's life. The journey of older, historically and culturally specific dupattas continues to really be welcomed with open arms by the contemporary generation of women in current history. There is no Indian traditional wear in this world that a gorgeous dupatta cannot enhance!! All throughout the Indian subcontinent, the dupatta is donned in a diverse range of styles. It was traditionally donned to symbolize humility. Even though that symbolism is still prominent, many adolescents wear it merely as a fashion statement. A dupatta is a very functional piece of attire. It can be donned in myriad ways, with countless distinctive outfits, and in various styles. Concerning the dupatta, the numerous designs, motifs, hues, and embellishments are stunning! The dupatta evolved over time, transforming from a fabric used only for utilitarian purposes to an accessory that enhanced a female's overall look, such as coordinating outfits. The dupatta, which at some point was simply a symbol of conventional culture, gradually increased to encompass a diverse range of textiles that highlighted its extraordinary fairylike characteristics. The various pieces that go into creating a dupatta, including that of the core materials, the dupatta's quality, and its pattern, all lend to the dupatta's general appearance.


  1. Kantha Dupatta: In the Bolpur district of West Bengal, local artisans operate by hand to produce kantha embroidery. The majority of these women acquire the skill at home, without very much explicit instruction, and transmit it down through the generations. As with sarees, pure silk, tussar silk, or cotton are commonly used to create dupattas with kantha embroidery.


  2. Banglori Satin Dupatta: Banglori Silk, which is painstakingly manufactured in the silk farms of the city of Bangalore is acclaimed for its minimalism, clarity, and smoothness of silk. These farms have existed for a while, and thanks to the advancement of technology and innovations in the textile factories, they have made significant progress.


  3. Kalamkari Dupatta: The Indian state of Andhra Pradesh manufactures kalamkari, a style of cotton fabric that is hand-painted or block-printed. In the twenty-three step process of Kalamkari, only natural compounds are utilized.


  4. Ajrakh Print Dupatta: Ajrak is the term given to an unique style of block printed shawls and dupattas that can be spotted in the Indian states of Rajasthan and Gujarat. Natural colorants are employed to produce Ajrak handmade items. Vegetable and inorganic dyes are employed throughout the entire production of the products.


  5. Lehariya Tie-dye Dupatta: In the state of Rajasthan, there is a genuine strong foundation of tie-dye called leheriya. It is available in a variety of bold colors and intricate details. The term "Leher," which signifies "Wave," is where the name Lehariya really obtains its significance. It is a technique of tie-dying which generates diagonal stripes that appear as ripples on the material.


  6. Bandhani Dupatta: These dupattas have an ancient legacy, and the technique is believed to have evolved with the Indus Valley Civilization. These are twisted, coloured dupattas in a wide range of materials. Genuine bandhani dupattas are commonplace in Rajasthan and Gujarat. Dupattas in the bandhani aesthetic are evergreen. If you wish to look natural, just don a bandhani dupatta with a black or white kurti as well as some traditional jewelry.


FAQS


Q1. Which dupatta can be worn with lehengas?


Lehengas can be worn with net, chiffon, cotton or georgette dupattas.


Q2. Can dupattas be worn on various occasions?


Dupattas of different fabrics can be worn during different celebrations or cultural occasions.


Dupattas complete a woman's wardrobe. If you have a love for ethnic dresses, especially Indian suits, indulging in a collection of statement dupattas is a must. In this section we have put together a collection of dupattas handpicked from the looms of local textile artisans, which makes each piece one of a kind. Each of these dupattas feature a dye or an embroidery or both that give away the region where it comes from. For example, we have flirtatious phulkari dupattas that have been made in Punjab, bandhani dupattas and gota-woven ones from Rajasthan, handwoven dupattas featuring weaves and zariwork that could belong to nowhere else but Banaras as well as Lukhnavi chikankari dupattas. Some of these come printed with eclectic motifs that mimic ethnic dyes and embroideries. Choose from a palette of unusual pastels, gorgeous metallics, and unputdownable neutrals to go with a wide vareity of Indian suits and kurtis. Each of the dupattas that we have curated to go into our collection are long and luscious, and such are the colours and embroideries that the dupatta alone could make a statement.


Q3. What is the purpose of dupatta?


In old times, it was regarded to be a display of decorum and restraint to wear anything like that. Even though it is still worn because of the importance of the emblem that it represents, many people in today's culture only use it as an aesthetic object. This is despite the fact that it has been worn for a long time. There is not a single method that must be followed in order to correctly drape a dupatta, and as the years have passed and fashion has become more contemporary, the style of the dupatta has also developed through the years.


Q4. Which side should we wear?


Wrap it around your shoulders: If you want your dupatta to look exceptionally royal and sophisticated, all you have to do is wrap it around your shoulders. This is the easiest way to achieve this look. When utilized in conjunction with dupattas that are crafted from cotton and linen, it produces excellent results. To wear the dupatta, just drape one end over your right shoulder, then grab the other end and wrap it around your left shoulder. This will complete the look. This will round off the appearance perfectly. Using the pin that is provided, the second end may be fastened to your left shoulder.


Q5. What materials are dupatta made of?


When it comes to the creation of dupatta, there is a vast variety of fabric alternatives accessible for selection and use. Both the detailed embroidered work and the border in a contrasting color are typical characteristics, and they both appear on the item rather frequently. Chiffon, cotton, silk, and linen are some of the more frequent types of fabric that are utilized; however, there are many more types of fabric that are utilized as well. You have the choice of choosing a dupatta in any of the many different colors that are available, and you are free to do so in order to accentuate or compliment the clothing that you are currently wearing.


Q6. How do dupatta carry heavy work?


You can show off a heavy, colorful, or stiff dupatta by draping it over one shoulder and letting it hang freely over your arm. This is a common way to display these types of dupatta. The characteristics of the dupatta can be seen in this manner, which is an effective way to do so. This is one possible approach that might be taken when presenting it to the audience. The application of this method produces the best results when applied to materials that are hard, and the aesthetic that is produced as a result is one that is simultaneously very fashionable and rather traditional.


Q7. How to wear a dupatta?


You just need to drape your dupatta in a certain way, and it will give off an elegant and regal appearance. It works particularly well with dupatta made of cotton and linen. To wear the dupatta, just drape one end over your right shoulder, then grab the other end and wrap it around your left shoulder. You may fasten the second end to your left shoulder using the pin. You can also drape your new dupatta by rolling the unattached end around your arm or wrist and then pulling it through the loop. It lends an air of refined elegance. This look is appropriate for both formal and semi-formal occasions, and it can be carried off while wearing a lehenga choli.


Q8. How to style a dupatta with a kurti?


If you want to appear calm and collected, a kurti is the way to go; however, is that something you actually want to do? Just by adding a white dupatta, you can take your outfit to the next level. Wearing a white suit with a brightly colored dupatta, such as a chanderi silk dupatta, and accessorizing with jhumkas and juttis makes for a stunning ceremonial outfit or Indian business attire. This outfit is the easiest way to appear effortlessly chic while maintaining a casual and carefree vibe.


Q9. What is a dupatta?


A dupatta is a long scarf that is often used as a head covering in the traditional dress of many different Asian civilizations. This type of head covering is known as a dupatta. A dupatta is the name for this type of head covering. This specific type of scarf, which is often referred to as a chunni, is commonly used as a form of body covering in the countries of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. It is possible to wrap the scarf over the head and shoulders in an infinite number of various ways, and it looks excellent with a wide variety of clothing, from casual attire for the office to elegant evening wear.


Q10. How to wear a dupatta with salwar kameez?


With a design that only has one shoulder, you should let the dupatta drape down to the same length as the front of your salwar kameez. Because Anarkali suits have a significant amount of width and volume, this looks best when worn with one. This time, let it fall to one side, but not as much as the length of your kameez; instead, leave a large length accessible at the rear; this will enable you to grasp one side in your hand and draw it forward. Attending an aarti or puja, perhaps? Having your dupatta done in this manner is going to be really convenient for you.


Q11. What is dupatta called?


In certain parts of northern India, a person is said to be wearing a ghoonghat if they are seen wearing a dupatta wrapped around their head and face in this manner. Both a dupatta and a shawl that share a similar pattern are referred to as pachauras in Nepal, and both of these items are frequently worn there. In addition to that, either of these two interpretations of this phrase can be used interchangeably. In addition to that, the implications of this term are susceptible to change depending on the context in which it is used.


Q12. Who invented dupatta?


The use of the dupatta may have originated with this ancient Indic culture, since there is a sculpture of a priest-king whose left shoulder looks to be draped with a sort of chaddar. Considering the sculpture even exists, this is undeniably true. The use of the dupatta may have originated in this prehistoric Indic culture, and this fact adds support to that notion. [The Indian Civilization] That the dupatta was worn by people in this prehistoric Indic culture is strengthened by this evidence. Most likely, the sophisticated Indus Valley culture created this work of art. History scholars investigating the dupatta's origins uncovered artifacts from its first days of use in this area.


Q13. What does dupatta symbolize?


People used to believe that wearing it was a sign of decorum and restraint, which is why it was rather popular for them to do so in the past. Even though it is still worn because of the significance of the symbol that it represents, many people in today's culture only wear it as an ornament for the sake of adornment. This is despite the fact that it is still worn. There is no one manner that is universally acknowledged as the "correct" way to drape a dupatta, and as the years have passed and fashion has become more contemporary, the style of the dupatta has also evolved throughout the course of time.


Q14. Which material dupatta is best?


Cotton is a versatile textile that may be worn throughout the year due to the fact that it is breathable, lightweight, and pleasant to the touch. Additionally, cotton has a natural capacity to both take in and let go of moisture. Because the fibers are constructed using cellulose, the dye patterns and colors will be able to keep their vividness for a significantly larger amount of time. As a direct result of this, cotton dupatta are appropriate for use not only in informal settings, but also in more formal settings, such as professional settings. As a result of this, cotton dupatta are versatile in their application.


Q15. How do I style my dupatta?


The only thing you need to do is drape it across your shoulders: If you want your dupatta to have a more regal and sophisticated appearance, all you have to do is drape it around your shoulders. It is especially effective when used with dupatta made of cotton and linen. All you have to do is take one end of the dupatta in your right hand and drape it over your right shoulder, then grab the other end of the dupatta in your left hand and wrap it around your left shoulder. You should be able to secure the remaining end of the strap around your left shoulder.


Q16. Where does the dupatta come from?


There is evidence that the Indus Valley Civilization was responsible for the development of some of the traditional garb used on the Indian subcontinent, such as the lehenga-choli and the salwar kameez. These clothes were first developed by this civilization, which is credited with their development. It is conceivable that the history of the dupatta is connected to these clothes in some way.