Derived from the Latin word ‘linum’, which means flax plant, linen was first made 36,000 years ago. Once used as a currency in ancient Egypt, it was a symbol of light and purity, and also a display of wealth. A strong fibre, it is highly absorbent, dries faster than cotton and is preferred in both hot and humid weather conditions. Like most other fabrics, linen can be painted or printed on and lends itself well as the perfect textile for designing sarees with various patterns and palettes. Simple and elegant, it is a favourite drape for occasions and everyday wear.
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