Madhubani sarees represent our country’s strongest and most versatile style staple. With the spotlight on the variance of its version, the designers are coming up with novel ideas of expression of various art forms to give a saree the touch of uniqueness. One such beautiful work is the art form of Madhubani sarees. Scenes and deity from ancient epics also feature in their portrayal apart from social events like marriage and childbirth. These are printed madhubani design sarees not handpainted.
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.
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