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A traditional form of weaving that finds its roots in the Birbhum district of West Bengal. Its beauty lies in the fact that no two materials can look the same.
At beej, Khesh is used to make handbags, clutches, and journal covers.
When taken good care of which includes storing it in dustbags when not in use and not exposing it to direct sunlight, it should last a few years.
Yes, at beej we offer customisation for our khesh handbags.
Khesh is partly biodegradable.
Khesh is made of old cotton saris that are twisted and woven again.
Yes Khesh is washable.