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Vankar weavers in Bhujoudi, a little village on the outskirts of Bhuj, Gujarat have been weaving for several centuries. They are masters at the technique of patterning cloth on the loom, in a technique called extra-weft.
Traditionally, they crafted shawls for the pastoral nomads, who would give them wool from the sheep they reared. Over the decades, they have introduced cottons and silks into their weaves, creating finer fabrics that can be worn as stoles, dupattas and saris.
This elegant black coloured Bhujodi shawl in wool has been handwoven by award winning master artisans and has traditional motifs.