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The genre of exquisite luxe sarees is a stunning piece of artistry, with intricate embellishments and luxurious materials. These sarees are crafted from the finest quality silk, cotton or any other premium quality fabrics and feature delicate embroidery and intricate beadwork. The rich colours and textures of these sarees create a mesmerizing effect, making them a perfect choice for any special occasion. The blouses are beautifully designed to complement the sarees, with matching embroidery and beadwork. These sarees are true masterpieces, representing the height of traditional Indian fashion and elegance. This collection ensures to make any woman feel like royalty.

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Rs. 6,250.00 Rs. 8,150.00

Craftspeople and apprentices in Dhaka typically weave muslin sarees on handlooms. The Mughal dynasty is credited with popularising muslin, still regarded as the height of elegance and comfort today. Muslin sarees have their roots in this era. The best muslin sarees are Dhakai muslin sarees, generally referred to as Bengali saree. The fabric is delicate, and the unique motifs are the cherry on top. Muslin sarees are renowned for their lightness and ethereal feel throughout the garment. Muslin's softness and inherent sense of freedom result from the fine cotton that is utilised and its fragile fibres.

In addition to the sarees' clarity and transparency, the distinctiveness of their many iconic motifs is another selling factor. The patterns on the muslin sarees range widely from floral to geometric to abstract, but they are always carefully woven to give an impression that they are floating on the surface. The ornate borders and additional work in the pallu establish a standard representing the exceptional weaving flair that the weavers demonstrate. The luxurious material raises its grade of comfortability, and the intricate designs highlight the profusion of artwork created with various themes and colours.

Rs. 18,795.00 Rs. 26,850.00

The words "Jam" (meaning flower) and "Dani" (meaning vase) came together to form the name Jamdani, popular with every saree lover. The name alludes to the magnificent flower arrangements that embellish these stunning sarees. Around this time, cotton, cotton silk, and pure mulberry silk were among the materials used in Matka Jamdani's handwoven sarees. The Jamdani weave is a type of "extra-weft" weaving that was first produced from Karpas cotton cultivated in the Brahmaputra hinterland. In addition to the regular weft that binds the warp threads together, each unique motif is made by weaving additional or different weft threads into the warp. The procedure involves a lot of time, energy, and expertise. Jamdani is woven using tiny looms threaded with colourful gold, or silver threads, much like tapestry art.

A coarse handloom fabric called Matka Silk is created by weaving leftover Mulberry Silk(Bombyx Mori) without removing the gum(sericin) portion. The spinning is done in West Bengal's Malda and Murshidabad districts, although the majority of it originates from the states of Karnataka and Kashmir. Jamdani stands out from other handloom items due to the richness of its themes and the brilliant colours used in its creations. Since the designs are made using the discontinuous weft technique directly on the loom, weaving Jamdani by hand consumes a lot of patience and exertion. A highly experienced weaver weaves a beautiful Jamdani saree over the course of around eight to twelve months. The Matka Jamdani saree is distinctive since each one is explicitly produced with a subtle tone that gives the fabric its additional edge.

Rs. 7,605.00 Rs. 11,700.00

The words "Jam" (meaning flower) and "Dani" (meaning vase) came together to form the name Jamdani, popular with every saree lover. The name alludes to the magnificent flower arrangements that embellish these stunning sarees. Around this time, cotton, cotton silk, and pure mulberry silk were among the materials used in Matka Jamdani's handwoven sarees. The Jamdani weave is a type of "extra-weft" weaving that was first produced from Karpas cotton cultivated in the Brahmaputra hinterland. In addition to the regular weft that binds the warp threads together, each unique motif is made by weaving additional or different weft threads into the warp. The procedure involves a lot of time, energy, and expertise. Jamdani is woven using tiny looms threaded with colourful gold, or silver threads, much like tapestry art.

A coarse handloom fabric called Matka Silk is created by weaving leftover Mulberry Silk(Bombyx Mori) without removing the gum(sericin) portion. The spinning is done in West Bengal's Malda and Murshidabad districts, although the majority of it originates from the states of Karnataka and Kashmir. Jamdani stands out from other handloom items due to the richness of its themes and the brilliant colours used in its creations. Since the designs are made using the discontinuous weft technique directly on the loom, weaving Jamdani by hand consumes a lot of patience and exertion. A highly experienced weaver weaves a beautiful Jamdani saree over the course of around eight to twelve months. The Matka Jamdani saree is distinctive since each one is explicitly produced with a subtle tone that gives the fabric its additional edge.

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