Kanchipuram or Kanjivaram Sarees: The richest ethnic silk

Kanjivaram sarees is definitely known to be the queen when it comes to silk sarees. The gold zari borders highlighting the sarees makes it worth every penny spend on it. There is an undying love for these sarees, be it the festive season or the wedding season. In South Indian weddings it is almost considered as equal to jewellery given to the bride as an auspicious gift.

Chikankari: An Ethnic Indian craft

CHIKANKARI India as a country is rich in culture and heritage and one such art form which is predominantly practiced and originated in India is Chikankari. It is said to have been introduced by Noor Jahan , wife of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. Since then, this fine artistry has won admirers all around the... Continue Reading →

Drape Sarees to look for this wedding season

Indian saree and auspicious ceremonies go hand in hand. Even though gowns and contemporary dresses have taken the fashion market, but love for saree is always preserved. It is always the first choice for looking elegant yet classy. Traditional sarees like Banarsi, Silk, Patola are in huge demand. People love to explore the different styles... Continue Reading →

The story of Patan Patola

THE STORY OF PATAN PATOLA Patan Patola is one of the most beautiful forms of weaves. Patola has a deep rooted history and is considered holy creation. Patola is a double ikat woven saree made in a village named Patan in Gujrat, hence the name Patan Patola. It is considered as the ‘ultimate manifestation of... Continue Reading →

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