Sri Tanabana recreates old designs and methods of weaving

Gitanjali Shah of Sri Tanabana is carrying on the tradition started by her mother Darshana Kumari of Mandawa in 2011. Using weavers from the princely state of Mansa in Gujarat she is trying to recreate old designs and old methods of weaving. The brand is famous for borders put on chiffon and georgette. Her karigars make strips of gotapatti using pure silver, which are folded and made into designs. These pieces of art take up to four months to craft and one breadth yield seven borders Shah believes luxury is a feeling and when you wear something it should feel good and have perfect workmanship.