Golden Kasavu with two thick Black kara Double Mundu

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This Onam, gift your loved ones a golden kasavu mundu and make his day truly special. This handloom, pure cotton black and gold kasavu double mundu is perfect for special occasions and adds a touch of elegance to your persona.

Product details:

Colour – Off white

Material – Pure cotton

Weight – 310 g

Weaving Quality – 100 x 100 count

Border – Black kara

Kasavu – Golden

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Mundu, an integral part of Kerala Culture

The Mundu, a garment worn around the waist in Kerala, is white or cream in colour and generally woven in cotton. Today, two types of mundu are widely used — the single and the double. While a single mundu is draped once around the waist, the double is folded in half before draping. A mundu normally has Kara, a comparatively thicker cloth woven into it near the border. For ceremonial occasions such as weddings, a mundu with a golden embroidery known as kasavu is often used.

Wash care instructions: Dry wash, don’t dry in direct hot sun.


  1. What is Kasavu made of?

The kasavu or the golden border is either pure golden layer or copper coated. The fabric of mundu-sari is cotton and is always woven by hand

  1. How should I wear a mundu?

Here are three simple steps to wear a mundu

  • Hold a mundu open with both hands.
  • Take the end on the right-hand side and put it to your waistline. Repeat with the end on your left-hand side.
  • Make sure the kara falls in such a way that the lining is visible till your torso.
  1. Do women also wear mundu?

Yes, women often use a variant called a mundum-neriyathum. It is a set of two mundus, both having matching kara. The set contains a lower garment which resembles those worn by men. The upper mundu, worn with a blouse, is wrapped once around the waist and upper body and left hanging from the left shoulder. This is often called a set-mundu and is usually worn during festivals or special occasions

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