Collection: Phulkari/Dupattas

"Exquisite Phulkari Dupattas: Embrace the Richness of Punjabi Heritage with Mannat Jewelz"

Phulkari has been cherished as an integral aspect of any Punjabi girl and woman for centuries. This traditional weaving from Punjab extends back to the 15th century and continues to amaze and enchant those who admire it. The famous artwork Phulkari derives from the words 'phul' and 'Kari,' which mean flower and embroidery, respectively. These dupattas are popular because of their intricate designs and gorgeous colours. Women wear beautiful phulkari during festivals and other important occasions. Phulkaris are now growing in popularity, and women across the globe are adorning the beautiful phulkari embroidery designs. At Mannat Jewelz, we take forward this heritage of Punjab and deliver it worldwide.

... "Enrich Your Wardrobe: Get Artisanal Phulkari Dupattas at Mannat Jewelz"

Indulge yourself in the vibrant world of Phulkaris dupattas and the rich cultural heritage of Punjab. These thoroughly handcrafted textiles have graced the shoulders of women for centuries, enhancing their attire with a hint of elegance, tradition, and artistry. At Mannat Jewelz, we proudly offer the best selection of Phulkaris dupattas, displaying the fine workmanship handed down through generations.

Our collection features light to heavy phulkari dupatta embroidery on cotton, silk, and other materials. Each Phulkari dupatta is diligently embroidered by experienced artisans. They pour their hearts and souls into every stitch, resulting in a work of art that recounts a tale of cultural heritage and artistic expression.

Beautiful Phulkaris For Every Occasion

At Mannat Jewelz, we have an extensive selection of Phulkari dupattas for every occasion and preference. We have something for every taste. Whether you're looking for a vibrant burst of colour for festive celebrations or a subtle design for a formal event - you can find anything. Our collection features a variety of motifs and patterns, ranging from traditional floral designs to modern geometric patterns, so you can find the Phulkari dupatta that best reflects your individuality.

The characteristic of traditional Phulkari is that it is incredibly vibrant and can be paired with anything. Because red, yellow, green, and orange are among the most common primary colours for Phulkari dupattas, you may contrast them with similar kurtas. Pair them with Punjabi juttis and paranda - you are all ready!

Don't wait, or else our best-selling Phulkaris will run out of stock. Grab your favourite piece with us.
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