Named after the first female doctor in India - Anandi, these napkins are minimalist, effortless, and stylish with an earthy appeal. Their neutral palette will compliment any of your dishes.
These Kala Cotton napkins are woven on hand-operated wooden looms, one of the oldest methods of textile production in India. The looms require no electricity or punch cards to guide the design, but rely solely on the skill, technique and vision of the weavers. The fine cotton yarn is made from heirloom organic cotton grown in Gujarat, India. Unlike large scale industrialized cotton production, this cotton crop doesn't require vast amount of water to grow and is purely rain fed. It also has high tolerance to diseases and pests, and therefore no pesticides ever needed.