Early evidence of the dupatta can be traced to the Indus Valley Civilization, where the sculpture of a priestess adorned some kind of a dupatta on her shoulder. The dupatta is believed to have evolved from ancient uttariya. It is adorned by many regional styles across the Indian subcontinent. It’s usually paired with a salwar-kaneez. The dupatta with tine gradually evolved and went from being a fabric for practical purposes, to something that complimented the overall dressing of a woman. Live and breathe the magnificence of handwoven dupattas through the craftsmanship of our artisans and their intricate designs. With the unique combination of comfort and sophistication, our hand-woven woollen dupattas are designed to be paired with any outfit, whether semi-formal or formal. Have a look at our wide range of colourful handwoven dupattas.