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The Eternal Bindu

INR₹ 3,890

A white shirt that has a distinctly casual appeal—very relaxed, airy and with a worn-in feel. What makes the shirt unique for Indian summers is the choice of a 'seersucker' fabric. Woven in twin beam looms that weave at different speeds, the seersucker texture causes the fabric to mostly stay away from the skin thereby facilitating air circulation and making it highly breathable. Did we mention that this fabric doesn't require ironing? The Eternal Bindu dries quickly and looks great straight out of the laundry.

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INR₹ 3,890
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    2 - 5 business days


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    1-3 business days


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    Within 4 hours


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Relaxed Detailing

The addition of printed trim linings, a fun placket and a stylised yolk makes the shirt stand out even in another-wise more casual style.
The Eternal Bindu

Ideal for Summers

We chose to make this shirt from a ‘Seersucker’ fabric – a material that allows for easy circulation and does not cling to your body. Technically, sear-sucker is a fabric that has a unique cotton weave that causes the thread to bunch together in some places, giving the fabric its trademark bumpy appearance. The combination of ‘puckered’ weaving and a lightweight cotton creates a cooling effect and makes this a must-have summer shirt.
The Eternal Bindu

Universe in a Bindu

Dedicated to the renowned S.H. Raza and the motif that made him a legend, his ‘bindu’, Andamen continues its romance with the most basic geometric form that has been a source of expression in Indian art. You’ll find the geometric inspiration of the season’s collection ‘Tribhuj’ artistically placed on the inner placket of the shirt.