Let the festivals of lights make your home colourful and graceful: Welspun Rangana Collection

“I believe in traditions; I believe in the idea of things being passed between generations and the slow transmission of cultural values through tradition.” The festive season is all about our traditional believes that we have followed from years and will follow throughout our life. Diwali is just a week away and we all are already pepped-up with the festive vibes. Diwali is known as the festival of lights but you need to make your home colourful and more traditional this year by adding Welspun Rangana Collection to your home space. Just scroll down our gallery and check out the colourful collection and bring some festive cheer into your bedroom with eclectic bedspreads and vibrant prints.

Welspun is a global textile force with innovative leadership and strong consumer focus. Our journey began 27 years ago with a very clear vision of being the best. A collection that’s tradition. Rangana is an interpretation of traditional folk art and fine craftsmanship from the east, west, north and the south of India. Each weave reflects the essence of traditional folk heritage and the inheritance of these diverse art forms. Rangana is a depiction of India – the people, traditions, cultures, rituals, beliefs and the celebration of festivity. The motifs, styles and intricate designs are a glorious representation of how India celebrates being India.

The collection includes bedsheets and bath towels divided into pattern themes inspired by different Indian art forms like Patan Patola, Ajrakh, Meenakari, Kashmiri Paisley, Phulkari, Madhubani, Paithani and Patachitra. Each piece reflects a unique traditional textile art and describes the magnificence of our country’s heritage.

The entire collection is colourful, energetic, affordable and is available here.

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