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6 South Indian Sarees You Must Know
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6 South Indian Sarees You Must Know

Introduction South India is the birthplace of one of the most beautiful weaves in India. Every Indian woman across the world can’t skip this saree. South Indians carry rich culture and discipline with them. In maximum cases, these sarees are draped either in a wedding ceremony or a festival or the most important occasion. So …

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Cotton

Bandhini or Bandhej Embroidery

Introduction The word Bandhani or Bandhini or Bandhej (Hindi: बांधानी) comes from Sanskrit word Bandha or Bandhana. It means to tie or to bind. It uses to create beautiful circular patterns on the fabrics. This Bandhini or Bandhej embroidery is used frequently in the textile design industry. The textile is decorated by plucking the cloth …

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Silk

What is special about Organza

Introduction Organza, the wonder fabric of western fashion throughout the medieval ages and early modern period, can also create magic in sarees. Although not as popular as in western fashion, it’s gradually getting into the Indian fashion world now. Description The name of the fabric relates to the word “organzine,” which, refers to any type …

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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 …

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