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Celebrate Holi in white kurtas, cotton pants and leheriya sarees, dupattas

For the playful sartorialist, the festival of Holi is the perfect canvas. Celebrate spring with Jaypore’s collection of absolutely unique four-colored Bhopal Shahi leheriya sarees and dupattas or the vibrant double-dyed mothra leheriyas and match the laal, gulaabi, peela in the air. If you’d like to keep it classic, choose the pristine white handloom kurtas and chikankari pants instead and let the mounds of color be your accessory. One of the most popular tie-and-dye techniques from Rajasthan, leheriya comes from the word leher or wave, alluding to the vibrant ripple-like effect that is created. It was popularized during the 19th and early 20th century by local merchants, who wore turbans of bright leheriya fabric. The royals of the region donned blue leheriya. The unique four-colored Bhopal Shahi leheriya got its name after a pagdi was made for Maharana Bhopal Singh of Mewar 125 years ago. Though traditionally used for turbans, this technique is now being used to dye sarees, dupattas and even fabric in bright colours.