The scarf is named Aram, meaning “Clouds” in the Garo language. Its name is inspired by the color of pure Eri Silk which is cream white which looks like the color of the clouds.
The three stripes at the end of a traditional Eri shawl is believed to bring good luck and protect the owner from evil spirits. The stripes are woven at both ends of the shawl, as symbolic shields on all sides. And those three stripes are called Kyntang, which means ‘Blessed’ in Khasi.
Weave by Kong Tmung; this scarf is lightweight and Airy.
Wear what you stand for in knowing this scarf is woven from 100% sustainable fibers and colors created from a plant-based dye process.
Dimensions: 150 x 35 cm (59 x 14 Inches)
100% hand-spun Eri Silk
No dyes are used, cream white is the natural color of eri silk yarn
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