Parsi Embroidery is an aesthetic composition of pictorial traditions and an emblem of elegance. Combining the beauty inherent in four cultural traditions – Persian, Chinese, Indian and European – this exquisite textile form is truly an intercultural craft. .The Parsi Lehenga are indeed worth a treasure. Parsi Lehenga are comparatively more costly but their appeal and style are so immensely enchanting that it overcomes all the hurdle of price tag for an avid buyer. Since it is the hand embroidery, one of the most prized possessions of a Parsi woman is their Parsi embroidered clothes. Parsi embroidery incorporates motifs that have deep meanings. The reverence of the Parsis towards nature is evident in their embroidery work.
Lehenga = Raw Silk Dupatta = Raw Silk
Blouse = Raw Silk
FABRIC: Raw Silk is the most natural form of delicate fibre of silk with no twist and is unprocessed form of silk that can be easily woven into different fabrics. Silk containing sericin is called raw silk. The gummy substance, affording protection during processing, is usually retained until the yarn or fabric stage and is removed by boiling the silk in soap and water, leaving it soft and lustrous, with weight reduced by as much as 30 percent.
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