The roots of India's brilliant tradition of weaving and coloring cloth extend back to ancient times, and this tradition is venerable.    The country's vast size, its many native cultures and myriad foreign influences have contributed to producing one of the world's most richly varied textile cultures.

Sri's collection of antique and contemporary Indian textiles is tangible proof of this epic history. We offer fine examples of folk textiles from India's diverse regions: rallis from Western India and Pakistan, kantha from West Bengal and Bangladesh, bandhani from Jaipur and contemporary hand spun, hand woven khadi cottons, M. K. Gandhi's lasting legacy to his beloved country.