Pashmina | Eri silk | Kalamkari
Spoken for

This is a winter Sari, so I call it sardi.

Made with Muneer Shaikh’s family in Srinagar, this is a Pashmina Sari that is ideal for winters when you wish to feel special while also feel warm.

The weave carries a self diamond weave texture.

I have used Eri silk as border.

Kalamkari gently picks up the monotony of the natural shade of Pashmina. 

Eri silk fibre twist weave in the pallu is added to bring softness to the winter moments.

There is nothing much I should say about Pashmina. It is known thoroughly and communicated enough by the masters in the field.

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Wearable textile made with ancient rearing, spinning, weaving and dyeing techniques of Ladakh, Kashmir and Assam.
One of a kind wearable heirloom made as a winter Sari.
Weather/ Mood
Suitable for cool to cold days.
Sturdy, long-lasting- “lifelong” in their words, making it a generational heirloom. Texture will grow with time. Natural dyes will go through their natural changes over use.
Dry clean recommended. Seasonal “Airing” in shadow, not direct sun. Do not wring. Can be taken care of like a Pashmina shawl is.
Sari is ready to wear. All saris come with blouse fabric(s). No fall/ beading required. The blouse used in photoshoot is for representation only and may not be the same blouse available with the sari. The blouse fabric given with the sari will be more in alignment with the aesthetics intended.
100% natural, organic, hand-made, from nature-back to nature. Something to grow old with and then pass it on to loved ones.
Elegant, Subtle, Grounding. Celebrate colour of winters during winters.
Made in rural household. Weaves made by artisan at home in available time- supporting farming lifestyle.
No bargaining with artisans. Mutual decision-making.
No deadline/ pressure based work environment
Slow production- slow movement product.
Has gone through no chemical processing. 
Has gone through no machinery or mechanised processing units.
Well-being Properties
Thermal insulation, Moisture absorption, UV protective, completely bio-degradable, Climate conscious
Eri silk is made with Narmohan Das. Kamrup, Assam.
Kalamkari crafted by A.Subbarao, Sri Kalahasti.
Pashmina made by Muneer Shaikh’s family in Srinagar.
Stitching by Gurmel Singh, Jalalabad, Punjab.
Tassels by Param, Bathinda, Punjab.
Imperfections in the weaves reflect handmade
Irregularity in the dyes reflect natural process
Innocent spots in the textiles reflect being homemade
A work of nature cannot be sterile and error-free
A choice to still buy what we make is a step
Towards supporting original culture
Of people
Of nature
Of craft

A celebration of humanness.
Mora Collective 2024
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