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Handwoven Front Button Kurta: Green


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  Income for artisan: 567.00   |      Days of employment: 2.2







567.00 | Income for artisan/s

₹ 567.00 Income for artisan collective

201.00 | Raw Materials

Cotton Yarn and Colour

235.00 | Impact partner

Training, design, Admin cost and Support services for Artisan(s)

83.00 | Fulfillment

Packaging, Payment gateway and Holding inventory

213.00 | Rang De Habba platform

Online marketplace,Product photography, Staff and Customer support

156.00 | GST

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  • Material : Cotton
  • Sleeves : Three-quater
  • Neck : V

Care and Description


"Fabric sourced from Chitrika and designed exclusively by Habba." This elegant well fitted straight kurta is made with exquisite handwoven buta fabric. Set in green with grey buttas it has grey buttons, a deep V neck and fitted 3/4th sleeves. It is long in length with slits at the side, making it all perfectly graceful. The model (height 5'5") is wearing a size S.


Cold machine wash separately in dissolved detergent. Do not bleach. Do not soak. Line dry on the reverse. Do not tumble dry. Warm iron on reverse if required.

Meet the community partner


Starting with just 20 weavers in 2005, Chitrika promotes self-managed and self-sustaining business institutions of artisans, primarily handloom weavers, currently in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Chitrika believes in positioning the producer-artisan at the core of business enterprise. It aims to democratize handlooms/handicraft and make it an everyday choice for the consumer and not just an act of charity. Since then, with a small team of rural professionals, mostly from weaver backgrounds, Chitrika has worked to train weavers in all aspects of running a successful business enterprise – from production, technology, finance management, marketing to institution building. In the long run Chitrika aims to create a business eco-system for handlooms and handicrafts so that artisans can collectively build better lives for themselves.