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A jacket that tells a story of its own. Depicting the fourteen ‘Ratnas’ (gems or treasures) that were produced from the herbs cast into the ocean during the process of Samudra Manthan, this bottle green silk jacket has the look of royalty.

Specifications

Art on silk

Not to miss the delicate, handcrafted gold flowers on the front panel.

$ 206.00

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Note: Actual colour may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources and device screen settings.

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A jacket that tells a story of its own. Depicting the fourteen ‘Ratnas’ (gems or treasures) that were produced from the herbs cast into the ocean during the process of Samudra Manthan, this bottle green silk jacket has the look of royalty.

Specifications
Art on silk

Not to miss the delicate, handcrafted gold flowers on the front panel.

Style Tip
It’s an instant classic that looks great on everyone. Team it with palazzos, trousers or a crinkled skirt for an Indian occasion.

About the Art
Samudra Manthan

By Dr. Jatinder Singh Bhogal

Legend has it that the Devas (Gods) and the Asuras (Demons) collaborated in a rare joint endeavor to churn the ocean and reap all the treasures that it held. The churning yielded ‘Amrut’ (nectar of eternal life) but it also yielded the deadliest poison. The Devas kept the Amrut and the only one who could handle the poison was Lord Shiva. He drank the poison and his throat turned blue as a result, earning him the name “Neelkanth”. This painting by Dr. Jatinder Singh Bhogal so beautifully weaves the story of Samudra Manthan and all the treasures that were reaped from it.

This beautiful jacket features a ‘Navratna Haar’, a traditional necklace that is an ode to the nine celestial gods

Disclaimer
kimkara creates limited pieces of each design. Each piece can be recreated especially for you, contact us with your specifications and your measurements.

To customize please email us at kimkaradesign@gmail.com

 

Care Instructions
Dry Clean Only