Beige Embroidered Tote with a Splash of Brown


An embroidered bag is the best thing to add in your wardrobe. This Kashida embroidery tote is done beautifully in leaf and flower design, derived from Sohrai and Khovar paintings of Santhal tribe of Jharkhand. These paintings are harbingers of good will. By carrying this bag, you are strutting your stuff in traditional elegance.

Santhals are the third largest indigenous tribe in India. They are residents of the states of West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, Jharkhand and Assam. They were the great freedom fighters during the British regime in India. They wagged war against the permanent settlement of Lord Cornwallis in 1855.Tilka Majhi was the first Santhal leather who raise weapons against the Britishers in 1789.



Crafted by hands

Made from suede fabric

Embroidery with fine thread

Inner lining of fabric

Sturdy handles

Style tip: Confused what kind of bag you should take with a formal kurti? Go for this tote in bright red and brown. You can wear red lipstick to complement match it up with.

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