This collection is inspired by Pichhwai - Pichhwais are intricate paintings which portray the life of Lord Krishna. They originate from the holy town of Nathdwara in Rajasthan. The paintings are a narration of various moods of Krishna and the changing seasons. Just like everything related to him, the art is devotional, vibrant, and beautiful. Nature is an important part - elements such as the lotus, cow, peacock, plantain, parrots, moon, temples, fountains, and lush greens make an appearance on most Pichhwais. We take great joy in admiring color splashed scenery that these paintings create. Emphasis on all things nature and the spirit to co-exist is heartwarming. An ode to Pichhwai, this collection is a reflection of opulence and zen.
An exclusive range of Kantha bed covers handmade in 100% cotton. Kantha is a type of embroidery originating from the states of West Bengal and Orissa in India, and Bangladesh, mostly done by rural women. This art covers the entire fabric surface with running fine embroidery stitch.
100% premium cotton; hand block printed; kantha embroidery
Dry clean preferred. Alternatively, gentle hand wash or quick cycle machine wash in cold water using a mild detergent. Do not soak or tumble dry. Dry in shade.
228 x 274 cm