Madhubani Paints 'Mayuri' Madhubani Handpainted Pure Handloom Cotton Dupatta
It is beautifully crafted on the handloom fabric keeping your utmost comfort in mind. It depicts the artwork of famous motif of madhubani painting the peacock in vrindavan forest, it is beautifully decorated with highlighted red mithila borders. Madhubani Painting is an ancient art form which dates back to the time of Ramayana. Style it with a kurta pant of a contrast color to finish the look. (Note: There can be a slight variation in the color of dupatta as shown in the image. As all the products are hand-woven the fabric can have different textures which are the beauty of hand-woven fabric.)
Craft - Madhubani Hand Painting
Color - Beige
Material - Handloom Cotton
Dimension / Size - length-98.4 Inches* Width-37 inches/ 249 cm * 93.9 cm
Wash & Care / Maintenance - Dry clean only, Iron on the back side of the artwork.
Return Policy - This item is made on order, no exchange or return. It is eligible for replacement, within 2 days of delivery, only in an unlikely event of damaged, defective or different item delivered to you.
Dispatch Timeline - (in Days)Made on order, will be dispatched in 20-25days.
NOTES FOR YOU
Cotton Apparel - Hand wash separately. Silk & Madhubani - Dry clean only. Baskets & Show Pieces - Clean with a wet cloth. For any other product - Please find the wash care in the product description.
Free shipping within India on orders valued above INR 4999. Shipping out of India is as per weight calculation at checkout.
Country of Origin - India
Gift Wrap Available
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30 Days Free Return
Okhai Apparels - 30 Days Free Return. On SALE - No Return Refund. Please Note - Custom Made Handicrafts - No Returns No Refund as mentioned in the product description.
Estimated Delivery Time
Okhai Apparel - 4-6 Working Days. Custom Handicrafts - 15 to 30 days as artisans make it after they receive the order.
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