Mekhela Chador Saree
Mekhla Chador is an indigenous traditional Assamese dress worn as a sarong. There are two main pieces of cloth that are draped around the body. The bottom portion, draped from the waist downwards, is called the mekhla which is a wide cylinder of cloth that is folded into one or two pleats to fit around the waist and tucked in. The top portion of the dress called chador is a long length of cloth that has one end tucked into the upper portion of mekhla and the rest draped over as saree pallu. Traditional mekhla chadors are made from cotton, moonga, pat silk and eri silk. Ornamental designs on the mekhla chador are traditionally woven, never printed. This escalates the beauty of the garment to classify it as an occasion wear. At Luxurion World we want to satiate all your ethnic taste buds and how! Varieties of mekhla chador in handsome handloom silk, awaits to attract you with all its exquisiteness. Available in exciting shades of red, yellow and green, we also have some in pastel hues. They display artistic designs and embroidered motifs that are a vision to behold. Buy them and flaunt them in the next party. Because of your smile, you make life more beautiful.