Environment friendly fabrics

We use Natural Fibers

Going green and preserving resources for the future generations is fundamental to our group.

We always put effort to reduce our environmental footprint. Natural fibers obtained from animal or plant sources such as cotton, linen, hemp, jute, wool, silk and cellulose and which can be replenished in less than ten years are considered rapidly renewable and reduce dependence on non-renewable resources. Welkin does not consider regenerated fibers such as rayon, acetate and viscose to be "natural" or rapidly renewable due to the extensive chemical processing required in manufacturing.

Our fabrics are created without toxins or unnatural processes. They're extremely lightweight, yet provide warmth and protection.Most important they are bio degradable.

We use natural dyes

Natural dyes, as the name suggests, come from sources found in nature such as plants, animals, fruits, insects, and minerals.
Minimal Environmental Impact
Because they come from natural sources, natural dyes are not harmful to the environment, which makes it so appealing for consumers. Natural dyes are biodegradable and disposing them don’t cause pollution.
Natural dyes are obtained from renewable sources that can be harnessed without imposing harm to the environment.
Color pay off
If you’re going for a soft hue or soothing shade, natural dyes can help you achieve that look.
Some natural dyes, such as carmine found in lipsticks, will not cause harm or health problems when ingested.

Contact Us

5 Mahavir Vihar Complex,
Rathyatra, Varanasi, (U.P.), India.


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