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Jhablas are timeless, traditional inner vests crafted for babies in Angarakha overlapping style. Designed with warmth, comfort, and ease in mind, these vests are made from soft gauze cotton fabric, ensuring a gentle touch against delicate skin. The seamless stitching adds to the comfort, making them perfect for keeping babies cozy and content while embracing a cherished piece of cultural heritage.

MUMYU Jhabla

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Color: White
  • Product Details

    Jhablas, cherished for generations, are age-old traditional inner vests thoughtfully designed for babies, featuring the timeless angrakha overlapping style. Crafted with a primary focus on providing unmatched warmth, comfort, and ease, these Jhablas offer a loving embrace to your little one.

    Each Jhabla is meticulously fashioned from premium gauze cotton fabric, a hallmark of breathability and softness that caresses your baby's tender skin. This choice of material ensures optimal comfort, allowing your baby to move freely and experience pure bliss.

    The Angrakha style, with its overlapping front, adds an elegant touch while enhancing functionality. This design not only simplifies the process of dressing your baby but also allows for convenient diaper changes without compromising on snugness.

    To cater to various stages of your baby's growth, the Jhablas are available in four size options: 0-3, 3-6, 6-9, and 9-12 months. This thoughtful sizing approach ensures that your baby can continue to revel in the unmatched comfort and coziness of these Jhablas as they progress through their early months.

    In a classic off-white color, these Jhablas encapsulate the purity and innocence of infancy, while also allowing for easy pairing with other baby clothing and accessories. Their neutrality ensures they seamlessly complement any ensemble.

    Beyond their exquisite design, these traditional vests are built to endure. The seamless stitching not only contributes to the Jhablas' charm but also enhances their durability. Crafted to withstand the rigors of babyhood, these Jhablas are made to accompany your baby on their joyful explorations and adventures.

    Taking care of these precious garments is a breeze. The soft and durable gauze cotton fabric is easy to maintain, allowing you to focus on treasuring moments with your little one rather than worrying about extensive care routines.

    In essence, these Jhablas are more than just clothing; they are a testament to the age-old wisdom of providing warmth, comfort, and ease to babies in a style that has stood the test of time. With their impeccable blend of tradition and functionality, these Jhablas are an embodiment of love and care, ensuring that your baby's earliest experiences are wrapped in a cocoon of softness and affection.

  • Size details

    Jhablas are available in sizes from newborn to 12 months of age, though they are ideal for babies from 0- 6 months of age. 

    All the sizes are available in full sleeves as well as without sleeves verison. 

  • Size Chart

    Jhabla 0-3 months      
    Length 20 cm      
    Chest 22 cm      
    Shoulder 18cm      
    Sleeve 15 cm      


  • Wash Care and General Care Tips:

    Caring for jhablas, the age-old traditional inner vests for babies, requires a gentle touch to maintain their softness, durability, and timeless appeal. Here are some wash care tips to help you ensure that your jhablas remain in excellent condition:

    Pre-Wash Inspection: Before washing, check for any stains, spills, or soiling on the jhablas. Treating stains promptly can help prevent them from setting in.

    Machine vs. Hand Wash: While some jhablas may be machine washable, it's generally recommended to hand wash them to prevent potential wear and tear. If you choose to use a machine, place the jhablas in a mesh laundry bag to protect them.

    Water Temperature: Use lukewarm or cold water for washing jhablas. Hot water can cause the fabric to shrink or lose its softness.

    Mild Detergent: Opt for a gentle, baby-safe detergent that is free from harsh chemicals and fragrances. Avoid using bleach or fabric softeners.

    Gentle Agitation: When hand washing, gently agitate the jhablas in the water, being careful not to scrub or wring them vigorously.

    Soak and Swirl: Allow the jhablas to soak in the soapy water for a few minutes to loosen dirt and stains. Swirl them gently in the water to ensure even cleaning.

    Rinse Thoroughly: Rinse the jhablas multiple times with clean water to remove all traces of detergent. Squeeze out excess water gently without twisting or wringing.

    Drying: Lay the jhablas flat on a clean, dry towel to remove excess water. Avoid wringing them out. Then, reshape them if needed and lay them out to air dry in a shaded area. Direct sunlight can fade the fabric.

    Ironing: Use a low-temperature setting on your iron and avoid applying too much heat directly to the fabric. Iron the jhablas on the reverse side or place a thin cloth between the iron and the material.

    Storage: Once the Jhablas are completely dry, store them in a clean, dry place. Avoid using plastic bags, as they can trap moisture and lead to mildew. Instead, opt for a breathable cloth bag or drawer.

    Stain Removal: If you notice any stains, treat them gently with a mild stain remover before washing them. Always test the stain remover on a small, inconspicuous area of the fabric first.

    Infrequent Washing: Jhablas are worn as innerwear and often have limited contact with dirt or spills. Washing them infrequently can help preserve their softness and integrity.

    By following these wash care tips, you can maintain the charm and quality of your Jhablas, ensuring that they continue to envelop your baby in comfort and tradition.

  • FAQ's

    Whats so unique about Jhablas?

    The nod to old traditional wisdom.

    The seamless folded way of stitching is invisible to the eye.

    The highly recommended inner wear for babies since ages.

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