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Benarasi saree
Banarasi

Benarasi Sarees Are Among The Finest In India

Introduction Benarasi saree is made in Varanasi, a city of Uttar Pradesh. Benarasi sarees are among the finest in India. It is known for its gold and silver zari, fine silk and beautiful design. The saree is generally heavy and takes almost a year to be produced. The saree is crafted originally for the royalty. …

kanjivaram
Silk

Everything You Need To Know About Kanchipuram Saree

Introduction Kanchipuram is a region located in Tamilnadu, India. So the silk which is woven here is called Kanchipuram silk. It is also known as Conjeevaram/ Kanjeevaram/ Kanjiwaram/ Kanjivaram. The saree is draped as a bridal and special occasion by the maximum of south Indian women. The shine and the work of art make it …

tussarbatik
Bengal Handloom

How tussar batik saree is made?

Batik: Wax-resist dyeing technique is called Batik. It is originated from Java island, Indonesia. But it is very ancient process. It already existed in Egypt in 4th century BC. It was used to wrap mummies. The technique was also practised in Asia also. The flow of this process set the path from China to Indonesia …

kantha
Bengal Handloom

Know about Kantha Embroidery

Kantha is a renowned style of embroidery that is originated from West Bengal. It displays the skill and talent of rural women in Bengal. It is the process where old clothes are reused for making something new. The type of stitch is normal running stitch. It is so simple and low-cost technique that has taken …

linenjamdani
Bengal Handloom Linen

This is Linen Jamdani is the mixture of two different fibres

Saree is my affection forever. Saree is not constrained with age. If you are going to a party and you don’t have any proper dress for the event, saree is always there at your service and a proper drape with matching accessories will dim all other dresses. I find excuses to wear sarees in any …

pochampally
Silk

The Story we’ve heard about Pochampally saree.

Traditional weaving, with its sheer variety and  regional uniqueness,  is an important facet of the great Indian culture that embodies the Idea of ‘unity in diversity’.  Interestingly, the great Indian weaving traditions originated and evolved in small towns and villages, not in big cities. One such center is the small town of Pochampally and its …

benarashi
Trends

Benarasi sarees are among the finest sarees in India

Banarashi saree belongs to Varanshi. The city is also called Benarash. The sareeis one of the finest sarees in India. The saree is made of finely wovensilk and decorated by skilled design. It is mostly worn by the Indian women in the occasion of wedding ceremonies. The specialty of this saree is its gold and …

tussar
Bengal Handloom Tussar

Tussar (Gachi) is the art of zari border

I generally prefer nominal body with gorgeous border and anchal. I also collect same type of sarees in my wardrobe. The saree has the zari highlighted border which attracted me very much. When I was about to buy this saree, I was bit confused. I checked these kind of sarees again and again but could …

Tussar Silk
Bengal Handloom Tussar

Tussar Silk has a soft texture and pure looks

Kosa silk is obtained from Indian silk worm. It is known for its sturdiness, texture and purity and originated from Chhattisgarh. The saree I draped gifted by my mother in Durga Puja 2017. It has both golden and silver border. It attracted me very much. The texture of this saree is unique because of its …

muslin
Bengal Handloom Jamdani

Why The Muslin is Better for Me

Muslin Jamdani is one of my best collections. Muslin is one of the purest, simplest and probably most perfect fabric in the world. Its uniqueness is its breathablity. It is the pride of Bengal. Thie art of textile weaving is really attractive and admirable.The name, Jamdani, is of Persian origin and comes from the word …

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