Green Handloom Banarasi Pure Katan Silk Meenakari Kadwa Saree
"This saree has meenakari work done all over the body. This saree has kadwa weaving. In Kadwa weaving, each motif is woven separately as opposed to other Banarasi techniques. Often two weavers weave a kadwa saree. Using this technique, many different motifs of different sizes, colours and textures can be woven on the same saree, which is quite difficult to do otherwise. Kadwa stands for kadha hua or embroidered. Each saree is woven by 2-3 weavers simultaneously in a traditional pit loom often taking almost 4-5 weeks to make just one fine piece of silk.
When you think of occasion wear, festive wear, special dressing, you think of banarasi; such is the flavour and flamboyance of this brocade work sarees. Known for their gold and silver zari, fine silk and opulent embroidery, they are heavy sarees with inspired designs. Made in Varanasi, they are characteristsed by intricate intertwining floral and foliate motifs, kalga and bel and a string of upright leaves at the outer edge of border. These sarees in addition to its beauty manages to evoke a feeling of nostalgia for every woman. It reminds one of their mothers, aunt and grandmothers donned in banarasis on very special occasions. Managing to garner appreciation since so many generations and being favourite till today is an exceptional feat by the artisans and Banarsai saree. Come; let us renew our special bond with these sarees only from the treasure trove of Banarasi saree at Luxurion World.
FABRIC: Pure Katan Silk is one of the finest varieties of Silk. It is created by twisting 2-filaments together to create a sturdier and more durable fabric. Due to the nature of its creation, it also makes an interesting textured background for any work that is to be done on the fabric to make it unique. It is known for its versatility, softness and comfort. It can be weakened by sunlight and perspiration.
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