5 EMBROIDERED SAREES THAT REFLECT INDIAN CULTURE

India is a land blessed with many customs, cultures and religions. One of its greatest treasures is its handicraft industry, specifically its embroidered sarees. Influenced by many traditions, history and folklore, every region in India is known for producing its unique type of embroidered saree. Through a combination of fabrics, stitching patterns, colours and accents, India has one of the most diverse embroidered saree patterns. The five types of embroidered sarees listed below are some of the most recognized and consequently the most popular: #1 Chikankari This needlework style arises from the land of Nazaquat and Tehzeeb, Lucknow. Chikankari was introduced by Queen Nur Jahan, the inspiration behind the famed Taj Mahal. This embroidery form came into full realization during

BE A STYLE DIVA WITH THESE EMBROIDERED SAREES

Saree, the most sensuous of the apparels ever created, makes any woman look stunning, carving the femininity out of her and giving her the unmatched identity. Saree came into existence, since ancient times, worn by both men and women in different styles. Time has seen a change in its style of wearing but it has never ever lost its popularity, rather it has won the title of being the sexiest apparel in the world which speaks volume of the impact it has made in the International market. No wonder, it has gained global recognition. Sarees, these days are a real fashion statement and one sees great variety in sarees. Printed, handloom, embroidered sarees have established themselves as the trendiest of

A look at Work & Achievement of Padma Shri Fashion Designer Ritu Kumar

The first name which comes to our mind when it comes to Fashion Designing in India by a lady is Ritu Kumar. This gorgeous lady was the first woman in India to bring the concept of “boutique”. She first came up with her store with uniquely designed pieces for individuals. The ancient traditional craft and fabric of India was celebrated first by Ritu Kumar in her own way. She recreated the magic of Indian embroidery and traditional craft of India for the people. The different types and kinds of weaving of clothes practiced in remotest places of India, the lost embroidery and stitch work of different states were bought back by Ritu Kumar who made traditional clothing popular amongst the

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