Malmal (Mulmul) (pronounced muh-l muh-l as in mulberry) is a fine, soft cotton muslin from India. It is sheer, delicate and lightweight and often referred to as the wonder gossamer or woven wind. Historically, it was a fabric once exclusive to Indian royalty, which today has gained popularity all over the world. Mulmul is finely weaved from cotton and is also famous by the name Muslin. The fabric has been around for more than 1000 years and is one of the most prized possessions of India. Dhaka was the origin of this fabric, which later became the most used fabric, and thereon began its trade. Now Jaipur and West Bengal are the largest manufacturers of trendy Mulmul Cotton Printed, hand block and handpainted sarees.