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From Roots to Reds

Warm shades brighten up our lives in every way possible. Any shade from the spectrum of bright red to blush can drive away the blues. They say when you are sad, wear crimson. Nature is filled with the most vibrant of the pigments. From the deepest shade of marsala to the gentle blush of pink, the nature consists of almost every kind of red that is recognised by the human eye.

Yarn Of Peace from the Runway

The yarn of love has found its way to the runway and the hearts of fashionistas across the world.
Peace silk is not only softer, but has proven to be therapeutic for the wearer. The silhouettes
formed by the dress has exquisite drape and comfort. True to our claim that Peace Silk gives a
better fall than the commercially produced fabric, we bring you three of our favourite pieces
from the runway. Bhusattva has been weaving exquisite dreams into reality with Peace silk.

Ahimsa Silk

The yarn of love, or Ahimsa silk is the wonder fabric of the century. Silk was forever known as the queen of
fabrics, but with the rising awareness of the method of creation of silk, more and more people began to
question the cruelty of the fabric.

Indigo Silhouettes

Indigo, the colour of the royals. It has been a part of India’s cultural heritage which travels back to
over four thousand years. The art of extraction of Indigo dye has been mastered since the Indus
Valley civilisation.


The colour of the bright blue sky. Some love it because it reminds them of the unfathomable depth
of the deep blue ocean, some love it because it soothes the tormented soul. The colour blue has
been a favourite worldwide. And you would be surprised as to what extent people went to procure
this fantasy dye.

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