200 year Ayurvedic Tradition. 100% Authentic Ayurveda

Team Jullaaha has invested a decade of research
To bring you 200-year-old, time-tested, secret formulations
To Restore, Revitalize and Renew your Hair, Face, Body and Skin

Our Own 80 Acre Medicinal Plants Conservation Park

Rare and near-extinct Ayurvedic medicinal plant species, cultivated with expertise, experience and care; to create 200 year old secret Ayurvedic formulations for skin and hair.

Aloe Vera at Our Organic Farm

This is what our Aloe Vera gel is made from. The only colour and fragrance comes from the Kashmiri saffron we use. 

Orange and Cinnamon Bathing Bar from Jullaaha _ Handcrafted Exotic Ayurveda _ Ayurvedic Soap for Glowing Wrinkle Free Skin
Thank You and A Little Surprise

by Niranjani (ANSR Partners) June 23, 2018

We launched Jullaaha Online with a burning desire to make beautiful, eco-friendly and traditional textiles - such as Kalamkari and Batik - available at affordable prices for everyone, everywhere.
Today, we are excited to announce the launch of our Handcrafted Exotic Ayurvedic Personal Care Products on our online store.

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Handcrafted Authentic Original Kalamkari Saree from Jullaaha _ www.jullaaha.com
Why Choose Textiles With Natural Dyes For Yourself and Your Family - Sustainable Living

by Niranjani (ANSR Partners) June 13, 2018

“Wisdom is as enduring as the dyes of India.”

– St. Jerome 4th century AD

As part of our efforts to preserve and promote the traditional textile arts and crafts of India - such as Kalamkari, Batik, Ajrak, Indigo Painting and Block Painting, among others - we thought it important to share why it’s worth the time and effort to use textiles created with natural dyes.

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Handpainted Handcrafted Authentic Original Kalamkari Saree in Georgette with Heavy Zardosi Zardozi work from Jullaaha_www.jullaaha.com
Talk Like A Textile Expert: The History of Zardozi

by Niranjani (ANSR Partners) June 02, 2018

The true history of Zardozi is lost in the sands of time. Some claim that this form of embellishment has been practised by Indian artisans since the time of the Rig Veda, while others insist that the art form entered India along with the invaders from the north. While both arguments have their share of supporting evidence, one point that all historians agree on is that Akbar the Great was a true patron of this form of embroidery.    

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