Leheria (or leheriya) is a traditional style of tie dye practiced in Rajasthan, India that results in brightly colored cloth with distinctive patterns. The technique gets its name from the Rajasthani word for wave because the dyeing technique is often used to produce complex wave patterns. Lehariya is distinguished by the natural, ripple effect in mesmerizing colours, using a colour resist dyeing technique.
FABRIC: Tussar Silk , also often referred to as ‘Wild Silk, Tassar Silk, or Tusar Silk is an exquisite thread obtained from a wide winged moth that is yellowish-brown in colour. Tussar silk is a lot more textured than any other variety of Silk. The fabric is also cooler than the other varieties and is a lot more porous, therefore, breathable. Being cooler than the other varieties of Silk makes Tussar extremely wearable in warmer parts of the world. Tussar silk has shorter fibres, which makes it less durable. It has a dull gold sheen. Tussar silk takes up colours quite easily due to its rich texture and the final product is a saree with a rich, deep hue with a natural shine. Hence, Tussar silk sarees come in a variety of color combinations; the usual norm is to pair a neutral tone such as a beige or a honey with something bright such as pink, green, red, and the like. The overall look and grace that emanates out of such color combinations is something every elegant lady would vouch for. Buy Tussar silk sarees to wear at any occasion and enjoy the attention.
CARE: Hand wash, Usage of a very light detergent, Air drying is apt as over-exposure to sunlight often causes the fabric to lose its color.
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