WHY ARE BANDHANI SAREES FOREVER BEAUTIFUL?

Bandhani or Bandhej Sarees were created with an art form of Tie-Dye which includes tying the cloth into tiny bindings and then dyeing the cloth. When the bindings are opened, a beautiful design is seen on the cloth. This art form, which existed in India some five thousand years ago, was practiced in ancient India by the Khatri community of Gujarat. If we go back in history, we find that first such Saree was believed to be worn at the time of Bana Bhatt’s Harshacharita. Though tie and dye has its roots in Gujarat and Rajasthan, it has long ago crossed the barriers of state or regions and has gained a global status. Be it any occasion, Bandhej Sarees never

CHIFFON: THE MATERIAL OF CHOICE FOR SWELTERING SUMMERS!

Dressing up in a fancy saree during the height of hot summers can seem like an impossible task, but not so if you’ve got a chiffon saree! Chiffon is an airy, light and translucent fabric. It is manufactured using tightly twisted threads. Over the years, chiffon has replaced silk and cotton sarees as summer attire mainly because it is an easy-to-wear fabric and it has elegant draping. In addition, chiffon fits neatly and closely to a woman’s curves, making her look slim and graceful. Why are Chiffon sarees so popular? Apart from being easier to wear, chiffon sarees are also easy to manage. Cotton sarees on the other hand require starching and unless you’re an expert in wearing them, it

Bandhani Sarees – Gracious Traditional attire for special occasion

Known to have its origin from Rajasthan and Gujarat, Bandhani Sarees are a perfect manifestation of bold colors and small-sized motifs done all over its fabric. Light in weight and soft to touch, these sarees are easy to wear and comfortable to be worn all day long. These sarees can be worn in a regular draping style or the Gujarati-right shoulder Pallu style. Having a historic significance, right from the time of the Alexander era, these sarees have evolved in terms of the pattern as well as the fabric. These were extensively worn in the later period for wedding ceremonies and Poojas. They were considered pure and to bring good future for the bride. These sarees are made after dyeing

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