Monday, January 28, 2013

dāram at Pune

13% off on Andhra cotton handlooms to celebrates 13 years of Dastkar Andhra
in Pune with dāram garments in new hand block prints & styles for women & men
31st January - 2nd February 2013

Dastkar Andhra welcomes 2013 and celebrates 13 years of Andhra cotton handlooms in Pune with a never before 13% off on DAMA yardage, dupattas and sarees. dāram accompanies with a range of new hand block prints in natural dyes and 3 new styles for women and a wider range in menswear.

Dastkar Andhra Marketing Association, DAMA, offers a classic range of fabrics, dupattas and sarees in vibrant hues, stripes and checks, plains with zari and thread borders, fabrics in natural dyes and with new kalamkari prints. This will be DAMA’s 13th year of exhibitions in Pune where handlooms, especially the natural dyed and khadi varieties, have always been appreciated. On completing 13 years in Pune, DAMA is offering 13% discount on its product range of yardages, dupattas and sarees to its loyal handloom customer base.

dāram, Hyderabad’s exclusive cotton handloom garment store and a sister concern of Dastkar Andhra, has steadily found its place in Pune. Based on its experience in Pune, dāram has put together a collection of new hand-block printed garments in natural dyes. These prints are done on famed Andhra khadi. Natural dyed, hand block printed in Ajrakh, Dabu & Bagru techniques on khadi and tailored into well finished garments. This collection is a collaboration of best hand processes of India. Also available is a wider range of menswear in wovens and hand block prints. Further all the garments are pre-shrunk and guarantee the handloom comfort.

Dastkar Andhra and its sister organizations are committed to the handloom and handmade process and work towards supporting rural livelihoods through interventions in technology, design and marketing.
Tilak Smarak Mandir
Tilak Swaraj Sangh,
1651, Sadashiv Peth,
Pune 411 030

31st January - 2nd February 2013

10.30 am to 8 pm