Mekhela Chador

Assamese buwa Mekhela Chador (Assamese: মেখেলা চাদৰ, English: Mekhela Chadar) is the indigenous traditional Assamese attire, very similar to other traditional dresses of Southeast Asia (Sarong) worn by women of all ages.


The Assamese Gamosa is an article of great significance for the people of Assam. It is a white rectangular piece of cloth with primarily a red border on four sides and red woven patterns in the middle (in addition to red, other colours are also used). Although the cotton yarn is the most common material for weaving gamosas, there are ones made from Pat silk that are used on special occasions. A 1,455.3 meter long Gamosa displayed in Delhi created a world record as it became the World’s Longest handwoven piece of cloth.

Hats and Caps

Collection of finely made Natural Handmade Hats and Caps that are a great accessory to add style to your look, protection against the weather and provide proper breathability.


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