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Tota on Triangles

INR₹ 3,890

Add an element of fun to your wardrobe with Andamen’s Parrot Print shirt. This unique, contemporary heritage print is super playful and works very well as a relaxed evening shirt. Pair with burgundy pants or chinos or simply throw it over a pair of dark blue denims.

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INR₹ 3,890
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Made in India

Composition:100% Cotton

Machine Wash. Cold Wash Seperately

Don Not Bleach

Tumble Dry Low

Warm Iron. Wash & Iron Inside Out. Do Not Iron On Decoration / Embroidery / Print / Tape

Do Not Dry Clean

Made in India

Composition:100% Cotton

Machine Wash. Cold Wash Seperately

Don Not Bleach

Tumble Dry Low

Warm Iron. Wash & Iron Inside Out. Do Not Iron On Decoration / Embroidery / Print / Tape

Do Not Dry Clean

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  • Standard

    2 - 5 business days

    Free

  • Pickup at corporate office

    On appointment

    Free

  • Priority

    1-3 business days

    Rs.100

  • Super express (currently only NCR)

    Within 4 hours

    Rs.150

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Superfine Egyptian Giza Cotton

Woven from the world’s finest Egyptian Giza cotton that gives the shirt an incredibly soft and lustrous hand–feel.
Tota on Triangles

The Rustic Charm of Triangles

The triangle has fascinated us Indians since the time of the Indus. Since the beginning of art. Triangles along with circles were the first shape that we started drawing as symbols to depict mountains, conical trees, spirit, mind and human body. An upward pointing triangle represented ‘Purusha’, when pointing down it depicted ‘Prakriti’, when balanced it represented universal harmony and when unstable suggested conflict.
Tota on Triangles

Tribujh, the Art behind Triangles

From ancient Warli art and paintings that date back to 3000 BC, to the most renowned modern artists like Raza, triangles have been a source of inspiration, romance, intrigue, and mysticism. The Warli artists used this most basic form to depict a glorious spectacle of life which spanned from weddings, festivities, hunting scenes and even funerals. Through generations, the mighty triangle has encapsulated Indian artists, with Raza, the master of abstraction who used triangles in vivid hues to express concepts of time and space.