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A sari (sometimes also saree or shari) is a women's garment from the Indian subcontinent, that consists of an un-stitched stretch of woven fabric arranged over the body as a robe, with one end attached to the waist, while the other end rests over one shoulder as a stole (shawl), sometimes baring a part of the midriff.
KANTHA HAND WORK
Kantha stitch embroidery is a traditional craft originating from the Indian subcontinent, particularly Bengal. This intricate needlework involves the use of simple running stitches to create beautiful and elaborate designs on fabric. The word "Kantha" refers to both the craft itself and the embroidered quilts or garments produced through this technique.
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CHIKANKARI
Chikankari embroidery is a traditional form of hand-embroidery that originated in Lucknow, India. Renowned for its intricate and delicate patterns, Chikankari involves the artful stitching of various designs on fabric, typically cotton, muslin, or silk. Artisans employ a variety of stitches, such as backstitch, chain stitch, and hemstitch, to create the distinctive patterns. This craft has a rich history dating back to the Mughal era, where it flourished under the patronage of emperors and nobility. Chikankari's charm lies in its fine craftsmanship, often featuring floral motifs, paisleys, and geometrical patterns. The process involves block printing the design onto the fabric and then skillfully hand-embroidering over it. Traditionally, Chikankari was done in white thread on pastel-colored fabrics, but contemporary versions now include vibrant hues and diverse fabrics. This timeless embroidery has evolved over the years, adapting to changing tastes while preserving its cultural significance. Chikankari holds a special place in the world of fashion, with garments like sarees, kurtas, and dupattas beautifully adorned with this exquisite embroidery. It continues to captivate fashion enthusiasts globally, showcasing the enduring allure of this centuries-old art form.
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DUPATTAS
A dupatta is a long, rectangular piece of cloth, similar to a scarf, and has been a part of a number of traditions and cultures over time. An integral part of traditional clothing and is commonly paired with outfits such as salwar kameez, churidar, or lehenga. Dupattas can be of a wide range of fabrics.
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हम अगर साड़ी पहनते हैं तो हमने कभी न कभी ताँत (taant saree) की साड़ी का नाम ज़रूर सुना होगा। ताँत की साड़ी पश्चिम बंगाल (West Bengal) का पारम्परिक पर

Story of Indian Kantha hand Embroidery!

आज मैं कॉन्था साड़ी के बारे में जो भी थोड़ा बहुत जानकारी रखती हूँ आपके साथ share करूँगी|कॉन्था एक तरह की एम्ब्रॉड्री का काम होता है जो कि West Bengal
Vivah Pattu Saree

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Vivaah Pattu is the most expensive Silk Sari / Saree in the entire world. This is priced at INR 40lakh and this is made by Indian weaves based at Che

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