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Ikat

 

a mountain range in Transbaikalia. Elevations, 1, 8002,000 m; maximum, 2,573 m. The range is more than 200 km long and is composed primarily of metamorphic schists and granites; flat peaks are typical. On the lower part of the slopes is mountain forest-steppe (up to 800–900 m on the western slope), higher is larch taiga (up to 1,200 m on the northern slopes and up to 1,700 m on the southern slopes), and yet higher are thickets of dwarf cedar pine and mountain tundra.

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Promoting the Indian handloom, the heart of the collection was IKKAT, made with distinct style and pure cotton weaves of Mangalagiri, promising beauty with comfort.
Et l'expression figee confirme : Da ikkat afgou : il [beaucoup moins que]siffle[beaucoup plus grand que].
We do not need the equivalent of a Prada or Benetton, we need our own brand ethos," says Sethi, who is confident that it won't be long before Bidri ware, Pochampalli ikkat, Varanasi brocades, Chanderi cottons and Kalakasti hand-painted textiles make their way to the high streets of fashion.
The uniqueness of silk products such as Pochampalli, Paithani, Kanjivaram, Banarasi, Jamdani, Baluchari, and Ikkat, to name a few attracts customers across the globe with exclusive weaves, designs and traditional motifs.
She mixed checkered and ikkat prints in black and white with bright patches of handprinted cloth in blues, reds and purples.
Pochampally is a hub of Ikkat fabrics, an ancient way of creating design by tying and dying.