|King||244 cms (96")||274 cms (108")|
|Queen||229 cms (90")||244 cms (96")|
|Twin||183 cms (72")||229 cms (90")|
|Single||152 cms (60")||229 cms (90")|
Derived from the ancient Sanskrit word for ‘morning star’, Sitara is playful and elegant, with petals like flames dancing in the wind. Block printed by hand, every motif on the scarf is unique, brought to life in midsommar red and tempered by a tart lingonberry.
Our scarves are made from 100 % organic cotton mulul. Soft, durable, breathable and easy to maintain, this funky hand block printed pattern is the perfect compliment to your wardrobe.
Our scarves are made from 100% cotton mulul. Soft, durable, breathable and easy to maintain, these funky hand block printed patterns are the perfect compliment to your wardrobe.
Our classic scarves feature a single layer of 100% cotton mulmul, making them exceptionally light. The fabric is prewashed to give you an incredibly soft scarf that stays that way, wash after wash.
Cotton mulmul is a soft, breathable fabric that is incredibly easy to care for and stays soft wash after wash. Here are a few tips to care for your ADITYA AHUJA scarf.
For ADITYA AHUJA scarves we strongly recommend hand washing.
Fill a basin with warm water and add a pH-neutral soap or laundry detergent. Mix the water and detergent, using your hands to gently agitate your item. Soak for one hour. Do not worry if colour appears in your water, this is normal. Run cool water through the item until the rinse water is no longer soapy. Squeeze or push out the water. Hang to dry or lay flat.
However, we understand that this is not always feasible. If you need to machine-wash your scarf please try to follow these steps and do note that we are not liable for any mishaps!
Set machine to a normal cycle. Select cold for colours and warm for whites. Before placing items of like colours in the machine, remove anything that has Velcro, zippers or snaps to prevent the fastenings from snagging. Once the cycle is finished, remove items promptly from the washing machine. Hang to dry or lay flat if possible. If not, tumble dry on low.