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Reviving Traditional Arts, Chungi Makes Old Art Forms New Again!

    What Makes It Awesome

    Tired of going to your regular saree boutique, which now almost feels like a departmental store? Chungi’s a revolutionary brand which strives to revive the dying art forms and give you a fresh item in your wardrobe. Remember the Madhubani saree your mom pulled out to show you once? Or the cotton handloom piece your Grandma kept carefully in a thin wrapper? Chungi has brought forward materials and designs which got lost in between generations while also providing a platform for unrecognized artists, making them financially independent.

    Get a hand on these gorgeous sarees and give a twist to your Indian attire with traditional art forms of Crochet, Kantha, Bandhani ,Chikankari and more.  You can also try your hand at the ever so graceful dupattas and stoles and mix and match them with your daily kurtis. Apart from these, they also sell fabric necklaces, earrings and printed cushion covers.

    Revive the feeling of your childhood with crochet cushions and placemats, Madhubani paintings, and art pictures of various historic sites of India, all available at the Chungi Store. They also have funky T-shirts for men and linen for your home décor.

    The sarees range across INR 600 to INR 4,150, with the average price around INR 1,000 across their website. Support your local artwork by buying your next Indian piece from Chungi, a brand which truly believes in the classic art forms.

    For more saree options, head here.


    If you’re wary of buying an expensive mug because of it breaking after every 3-4 months, consider buying the beautiful ceramic mugs with motifs available on their website, which cost as low as INR 180! Happy shopping to you!