Paithani Silk Sarees Hailing from Western India

The Paithani silk sarees are popular among the women in India for being colorfully unique. In fact, this saree is gradually making its permanent place among the other conventional silk sarees like Kanchipuram, Banarasi, Murshidabad, Garad, Tasshar, etc. A unique attribute of the Paithani sarees is that the borders are exquisitely crafted with golden zari works, and the entire body of the saree is embroidered with golden motifs, butis, and many other designs. The Paithani sarees are mainly worn by the ladies belonging to the states of Gujarat and Maharashtra. In fact, the very name comes from the Paithan district of Maharashtra where the sarees mainly originated from. Other than Paithan, this saree is also woven in other districts of

Aspects of Sherwanis for the Modern Indian Grooms to Be

Each and every individual dreams of having a wedding day with lots of lavish decorations, desired apparels and tasty affairs of feasts. In Indian weddings, the clothes of the grooms and the brides are considered as the most crucial part of the gala event of five days. On the entire globe, Indian weddings are considered to the colorful affairs of several corollary ritualistic events which lead to the D-day of the wedding. So, it is obvious that the attires of the celebrated couples have to be special which are to be remembered by the celebrated couples as well as the guests invited to the wedding. Just like the bride, it is essential for the groom to choose the best wedding

Everything You Want to Know about the Kantha Embroidery of West Bengal

West Bengal has the oldest tradition of the popular embroidery with the thread, named as the Kantha Stitch. This mighty state of India has enjoyed the global reputation for its fine muslin weaves from Dhaka. The muslin cloth was woven in the plain pattern with white cotton threads and opaque patterns. The muslin material is used for weaving of the Kantha Sarees. The intricate designs of the muslin sarees were created by the stitching threads, all over the body. The borders and the pallus were stitched with the patterns and motifs of leaf, stem, and cypress. Even silk threads are sometimes used to give the designs a glittery look. In fact, the silk-based stitches give a shady effect to the

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