Kalamkari Shawls And Stoles For Men

      Explore our collection of Kalamkari Shawls and Stoles for Men. Exquisite and delicate handwoven kalamkari shawls have a history of their own. Our collection also includes Shikargah print shawls and stoles. Shikargah originated from 'shikar' which means 'to hunt'. Hunting scenes are depicted on fabrics such as Handspun and Handwoven finest Wool and EcoVero Viscose. These vibrant and colourful shawls are exclusively created to fuse contemporary fashion with our cultural heritage. Each shawl is distinctive and comes in an attractive gift box.


      You can purchase Kalamkari shawls and stoles for men from Taroob.in or any other trusted source. You can also purchase them directly from Kalamkari artisans. It's recommended to choose trusted sellers who prioritize authenticity and fair trade practices to ensure you are purchasing genuine, high-quality products.

      Our exchange policy lasts 7 days. If 7 days have gone by since your purchase, unfortunately, we can’t offer you an exchange. Exchanges can also be made in the form of store credit. There is no return on this product.

      Yes, Kalamkari as an art form emphasises the use of natural dyes derived from plants, roots, and minerals, making it an eco-friendly choice. Materials used are also natural, like pure wool, pashmina, or EcoVero, which promotes sustainable practices and supports traditional artisans and their livelihoods.

      Kalamkari is a traditional art form originating in Andhra Pradesh India. Kalamkari consists of intricate hand-painted designs on fabric. The word "Kalamkari" translates to "pen work" in Hindi, as artists use a pen-like tool to draw and fill in the designs with natural dyes.