About Kuthampully

Experience a wide range of authentic Kuthampully handloom products like Set Mundu, Set Saree, Dhoti and Kasavu Salwar Material. The products we manufacture are elegant and that same time has a timeless history attached to them. Our weavers place a lot of emphasis on the texture, thread and weave of the saree.

History of kuthampully Products

Kuthampully is a traditional cotton weaver's village located on the banks of the river Bharathapuzha in the Thrissur district of Kerala, India. Since over 500 years Kuthampully is the place of looms of traditional weaving.

The Kuthampully saree is distinguished from other sarees by its border. The tradition of Kuthampully handloom was started many years ago by a few weavers (Devengas) from Mysore who were asked to weave dresses for the Maharaja of Cochin. These weavers were the Devengas who are typically the South Indian weaver community. The Devengas are a large unit of weavers who are governed by caste rules. It is said that the Maharaja of Cochin appreciated the weaves made by the Devengas community so much that the community and its predecessors decided to settle in the Kuthampully and transformed the entire village to a weaving village.

Back then, 500-600 years ago nobody was familiar with the name Kuthampully village. But now a huge transformation has occurred and people all over the world know what Kuthampully sarees are. It is beautiful to see the faith, hard work and determination of the weaving community.

At present there are about 800 families who are still engaged in the weaving process of Kuthampully handloom. They are gentle, warm and quiet and are catering to Malayali's all around the world. Every house has its own handloom machine. They work from dawn to dusk. The Kuthampully sarees is the traditional dress of Kerala for many years now. The sarees are different from the regular sarees because of the golden embroidery. The texture of the saree depends on the type of thread, thickness and style of weaving. The sarees have beautiful temple designs and figures of kathkali and lord Krishna printed on them. It also features the kara or the line design. The typical chutti gives it a Keralite authenticity.

We also have designer sarees with double mundhi and triple mundhi.

The Kuthuampully village is well known for its Kasavu sarees, mundu, set sarees and dhotis. The products are known for its quality, durability and simplicity. The Kuthampully Sarees got exclusive Intellectual Property rights through Geographical Indication Act in the year 1972 with 102 members.

First what was started as a private enterprise for the benefit of the royals is now catering to millions of people all around the world and is now sustaining a community of over 1000 homes.

Raw Materials Used

  • WARP


  • WEFT


  • JARI




How our products are made

  • Wrap Making

    The Wrap is Being connected to The reed. It takes one day to complete this process. Each thread is joined to the reed individually.

  • Jari Making

    The jari is being wheeled to make bored for the saree. The cone is winded in to smaller reels to weave

  • Thread Checking

    This process is being done to make sure every thread is fine before sitting ti the loom.

  • Final Process

    The final process of weaving by a weaver is done it takes two days to weave one saree.