Kerala Handlooms

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Tamasoma jyotirgamaya
Mrityorma amritam gamaya”



Traditional attire like saris, mundus (which are sarongs worn by men) and settu mundus (a two-piece sarong sari) are generally called kaithari, translating to handloom. And the identity of the sari generally comes from the cluster they are associated with. Kerala has three clusters that have been given a Geographical Indication (GI) tag by the Indian government, and all of them make what are widely known as kasavu saris, as well as the white Kerala saris that swap the kasavu border with a coloured iteration (called kara). These three famous clusters are Balaramapuram, Chendamangalam and Kuthampully.


Among the Indian traditional clothing for men, dhoti continues to top the list. Since time immemorial Indian men have wore dhotis. A visit to the southern part of India would inspire even the urban youth to wear a dhoti. Kerala is ‘the’ place for dhotis. The hot climate of Kerala makes it difficult for men to wear pants and other tight clothes. This is the reason why Kerala Dhotis are apt for this part of India. Men in this scenic part of our country wear dhoti in a particular style. They wear the dhoti as a loose loincloth by wrapping it around their legs.



Monday: 10am – 08:30pm
Tuesday: 10am – 08:30pm
Wednesday: 10am – 08:30pm
Thursday: 10am – 08:30pm
Friday: 10am – 08:30pm

Saturday : 10am - 08: 30pm
Sunday: 10am – 7pm


86-2, 1st Main Road, Near Anjaneya Temple, New Thippasandra, Bangalore - 560075

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