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What Our Customers Say

As a fan of Khadi, I found ethnic collage having a good collection of it with lovely colour combinations and ethnic.Ordered one got the item on time and found the saree as expected colour as shown on the pic and the material is also comfortable.

~ Ranu Bose

I ordered two sarees, Baagh print and Dabu print. Both of them are very good quality products. The feel of the fabric is amazing and the sarees are extremely easy to manage. I will come back for more.

~ Debdatta Bhattacharya

Thank you so much, got the Sari today. It's very pretty and I love it. It's a great experience shopping with Ethnic collage. My daughter introduced me to this site. They have an excellent collection.

~ Kochattil GK

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Witnessing the Dabu Printing Process

Witnessing the Dabu Printing Process

Dabu is an ancient mud resist hand block printing technique. This technique became almost extinct in the last century. However, the art was revived and is a flourishing business in many villages. The Dabu printing technique is very labor intensive and involves several stages of printing and dyeing.

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More about Pichwai Jewelry

More about Pichwai Jewelry

Exemplifying on the saying, "Innovation is the antidote of stagnation" and appropriate to their sensibilities and ethos, Pratham, has always been discovering and re-modeling newer ways to showcase the age-old art form of Pichwai in their creations. With much pride, Pratham uncovers, made with love and care, never seen before, handcrafted range of Pichwai art inspired jewelry. Just like their six yards, Pratham has crafted...

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In search of the Begampuri Saree

In search of the Begampuri Saree

While researching the sarees from different parts of India, for Ethnic Collage, we came across the Begampuri sarees. These sarees intrigued us and further research led us on a trip to Begampur, a small town in Kolkata, known for its handwoven sarees. We met Mr. Kundu, who was our guide for the next few days. Earlier these weavers produced ‘matapar’ sarees, which had simple borders...

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