MALA Tigress Scarf
This mid-weight scarf is an ode to MALA, a beautiful, wild Bengal tigress that lives in Ranthambore National Park in India. She is also called Noor and T-39.
She is one of the 3,890 tigers that exist in the wild today.
She is famous for her unique stripe pattern with some lines made of dots. These dotted lines evoke a beaded necklace, which is called a “mala” in Hindi.
39 in x 69 in
100% GOTS Certified Organic Cotton
Handloom Woven in India / Printed with AZO free, low impact dyes
Gently Hand Wash and Hang to Dry. Steam press is recommended.
A portion of proceeds will be donated to Tiger Watch, an organization that works to protect and conserve the wildlife of Ranthambore.
Learn more about Bengal Tigers at National Geographic's PHOTO ARK.
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