Tie – Dyed Odhani
165 x 185cm
Georgette Silk, tiny pieces of silver all over the textile and a sewn on metal border
Different designs are produced by tying individual parts of the fabric before dying it.
The piece is stitched together from two symmetrical pieces.
An odhani (women’s head covering), worn by the Khatri Muslim of Kutch, Gujarat, India.
This type is called “chandrokani”