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Resham Suti presents the latest trends of alluring sarees that might make you fall in love with sarees all over again. We have everything from printed pastels to embroidered linen for rocking your traditional, formal, or even minimalistic look. One look at our collection is sure to keep you glued to the screens for more elegance, glitz, and royalty. The prime attraction of Resham Suti is its authenticity and encapsulated artistry involved with every saree handpicked for you exclusively.

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Jamdani is a traditional form of Bengali woven fabric. The word ‘Jamdani’ comes from the Persian words ‘Jam’ (means flower) and ‘Dani’ ( vase). It has been a popular and one of the traditional fabrics in Bengal. Jamdani is a hand-woven fabric that is traditionally made of cotton thread. The fabric is elaborately decorated with geometric, floral, and paisley patterns. The patterns are created using a supplementary weft technique. In this technique, the extra weft threads are interlaced with the warp threads to create the desired designs.

Jamdani is a traditional cotton textile of Bangladesh, characterized by intricate weaving and delicate motifs. The fabric is produced by weaving extra weft threads into the warp to create patterns, which are then refined with delicate embroidery. The art of weaving Jamdani is attributed to the weavers of ancient Bengal. The Mughal Court patronized it as a symbol of status and solidarity. Now Jamdani weaving is done by several ethnic groups in Bangladesh, including Bengali Muslims, Bengali Hindus, Santals, and Chakma. The success of Jamdani weaving depends on the web design, the quality of the threads and the dyes, and the quality of the weaving.

Jamdani has a long and rich history and has been mentioned in various texts dating back to the 16th century. The fabric was once reserved for the use of royalty and the upper classes, but over time it has become more accessible to the general public. In recent years, the fabric has become more accessible and is often used for garments such as saris and scarves. The traditional motifs used in Jamdani weaving are usually derived from nature and can include flowers, leaves, and birds.

The production of Jamdani is a time-consuming and labor-intensive process, which has resulted in the fabric becoming increasingly expensive. Jamdani is hence frequently regarded as a representation of wealth and rank. Despite this, the fabric remains popular and is sought after by many Bangladeshis as a unique occasion garment.

Jamdani cotton is traditionally handwoven in Bangladesh. The fabric is made using a technique known as supplementary weft weaving, which involves adding colorful threads to the weft (horizontal) threads to create patterns. This type of weaving is very time-consuming, so Jamdani fabrics are often quite expensive.

True to its name, the fabric is produced using traditional looms, and as a result, the intricate pattern is achieved by weaving extra weft threads into the warp before the fabric is woven. The motifs are then refined with delicate embroidery. The patterns that can be created using Jamdani are nearly limitless and often quite elaborate. Jamdani fabrics are utilized mainly for special occasions such as weddings and are also popular as home décor items.

Jamdani fabrics are available in a range of colors and designs. They are typically used to make sarees, dupattas, and shawls. Jamdani sarees are renowned for their stunning craftsmanship and exquisite embroidery. Jamdani cotton is not only beautiful, but it is also environmentally friendly. The cotton is grown without the use of harmful pesticides or chemicals. And, since it is handwoven, it doesn't require any energy-intensive manufacturing processes. Jamdani is a popular choice for special occasions and festivals. It is also considered to be a status symbol in Bengal. The fabric is an essential part of Bengali culture and heritage.

Jamdani cotton is incredibly durable, and with proper care, it can last for generations. So, if you're looking for an investment piece that you can pass down to your next generation, Jamdani cotton is a great option.

Rs. 4,103.00 Rs. 6,125.00

All ethnic fashion enthusiasts appreciate the alluring Ikkat saree, a staple in modern women's collections, receiving a special mention in traditional handicrafts. The word Ikkat makes you picture the iconic diamond-like shaped patterns, curled cascades, and sometimes mandala themes. It is unfathomable that printed patterns on fabric appear to be a complex manual weaving technique that only produces such results when applied with precisely coloured threads. That develops an exclusive pattern on the fabric, the signature pattern of the fabric worn with great panache. Even today, with the various modern technologies and stylised methods of tie-dye textile art, none can bring a similar effect but Ikkat alone.

In the Telangana village of Bhoodan Pochampally, the tradition of crafting Pochampally sarees, also known as Pochampally Ikkat, started in the 1950s. At that time, in a town named Chirala, the craft was known as "Chit-Ku," which brought the ancient Pochampally Ikkat weaving style to the masses. The word "Ikkat'' stems from the Malay-Indonesian phrase "Mengikat," which means to tie together a bundle of threads. As a result of the distinctiveness of the cloth created, the weaving method was quickly taught and passed down through several generations of weavers. Due to rising demand, these Ikkat sarees soon displayed silk Ikats made of Bangalore-sourced silk, Odisha-produced cotton, and Surat-sourced zari. Most sarees have fascinating geometric designs embroidered by skilled artists using the iconic Ikkat dyeing technique.

Rs. 1,891.00 Rs. 2,425.00

The finest, smoothest type of plush cotton is called ‘mul’ and is also frequently referred to as muslin cotton. It feels so smooth that it glides over your skin like a feather skimming on your body. Mulmul cotton, which is incredibly soft and breezy, is ideal for hot days because of its propensity to absorb sweat and keep its owner cool and comfortable quickly. The ease of dyeing Mulmul cotton fabric is yet another perk. The cloth softens up with every wash. It was initially created in Bangladesh's Dhakeshwari or Dhaka, which was a part of India at the time. By the 17th century, it was one of the most valuable commodities traded from India to Europe.

An organic fabric labelled modal is created by spinning cellulose out of the beech trees. Modal goods are created from sustainable, renewable, and ethically sourced wood fibres that are extracted from trees such as birch, eucalyptus, and others. Considering beech trees don't need a lot of water to develop, modal is typically seen as a more environmentally friendly fabric than cotton because its manufacture requires 10 to 20 times lesser quantity of water. Modal-made sarees have a silky drape and opulent lustre that make you seem fashionable while keeping you utterly comfortable. Talk about innovation, and Mul Modal sarees are at the top of that list. Made exquisitely combining the best mul and modal yarn- this fabric is people’s favourite. The rare blend of eco-friendly with top-notch comfort, Mul modal sarees are the perfect example of versatility
Rs. 12,250.00

The Bengal region is famous for Matka sarees as it provided employment to the poor women and weavers. The everyday weaver has tried to spin the silk from the cocoons reflecting their beautiful artistic feature and putting a smile to every girl’s face through the beautiful sarees.

This piece of cloth has white shibori all over with border lines having the chestnut color. The pallu has a beautiful floral pattern which will make you look beautiful and you will feel the comfort of the muslin silk saree. You get slit kuchu ends in white which is an exact contrast to the saree.

ReshamSuti has the best collection so try out our beautiful Matka Shibori Muslin Jamdani Anchal saree and feel the softness of the cloth.

Rs. 2,012.00 Rs. 2,580.00

The finest, smoothest type of plush cotton is called ‘mul’ and is also frequently referred to as muslin cotton. It feels so smooth that it glides over your skin like a feather skimming on your body. Mulmul cotton, which is incredibly soft and breezy, is ideal for hot days because of its propensity to absorb sweat and keep its owner cool and comfortable quickly. The ease of dyeing Mulmul cotton fabric is yet another perk. The cloth softens up with every wash. It was initially created in Bangladesh's Dhakeshwari or Dhaka, which was a part of India at the time. By the 17th century, it was one of the most valuable commodities traded from India to Europe.

An organic fabric labelled modal is created by spinning cellulose out of the beech trees. Modal goods are created from sustainable, renewable, and ethically sourced wood fibres that are extracted from trees such as birch, eucalyptus, and others. Considering beech trees don't need a lot of water to develop, modal is typically seen as a more environmentally friendly fabric than cotton because its manufacture requires 10 to 20 times lesser quantity of water. Modal-made sarees have a silky drape and opulent lustre that make you seem fashionable while keeping you utterly comfortable. Talk about innovation, and Mul Modal sarees are at the top of that list. Made exquisitely combining the best mul and modal yarn- this fabric is people’s favourite. The rare blend of eco-friendly with top-notch comfort, Mul modal sarees are the perfect example of versatility
Rs. 5,830.00 Rs. 8,970.00

How about a sunny, windy and clear sky day? This amazing Matka Shibori saree has
borders with a rich firing yellow color that is ready to lift your mood. The pallu comes with exactly two sunshine borders to make you feel the aura.

The saree has a light white mixed pineapple color Shibori print all over which comes in beautiful designs. Matka Shibori Silk saree is lightweight and is woven with care.

This classic piece is perfect for any occasion. Matka Shibori sarees are made of easy-to-handle fabric and beautiful dyeing techniques. Matka cloth uses silk which is spun producing a more superior look.

The best Matka Shibori collection can be seen only on ReshamSuti.

Rs. 1,985.00 Rs. 2,545.00

The finest, smoothest type of plush cotton is called ‘mul’ and is also frequently referred to as muslin cotton. It feels so smooth that it glides over your skin like a feather skimming on your body. Mulmul cotton, which is incredibly soft and breezy, is ideal for hot days because of its propensity to absorb sweat and keep its owner cool and comfortable quickly. The ease of dyeing Mulmul cotton fabric is yet another perk. The cloth softens up with every wash. It was initially created in Bangladesh's Dhakeshwari or Dhaka, which was a part of India at the time. By the 17th century, it was one of the most valuable commodities traded from India to Europe.

An organic fabric labelled modal is created by spinning cellulose out of the beech trees. Modal goods are created from sustainable, renewable, and ethically sourced wood fibres that are extracted from trees such as birch, eucalyptus, and others. Considering beech trees don't need a lot of water to develop, modal is typically seen as a more environmentally friendly fabric than cotton because its manufacture requires 10 to 20 times lesser quantity of water. Modal-made sarees have a silky drape and opulent lustre that make you seem fashionable while keeping you utterly comfortable. Talk about innovation, and Mul Modal sarees are at the top of that list. Made exquisitely combining the best mul and modal yarn- this fabric is people’s favourite. The rare blend of eco-friendly with top-notch comfort, Mul modal sarees are the perfect example of versatility

Rs. 1,985.00 Rs. 2,545.00

The finest, smoothest type of plush cotton is called ‘mul’ and is also frequently referred to as muslin cotton. It feels so smooth that it glides over your skin like a feather skimming on your body. Mulmul cotton, which is incredibly soft and breezy, is ideal for hot days because of its propensity to absorb sweat and keep its owner cool and comfortable quickly. The ease of dyeing Mulmul cotton fabric is yet another perk. The cloth softens up with every wash. It was initially created in Bangladesh's Dhakeshwari or Dhaka, which was a part of India at the time. By the 17th century, it was one of the most valuable commodities traded from India to Europe.

An organic fabric labelled modal is created by spinning cellulose out of the beech trees. Modal goods are created from sustainable, renewable, and ethically sourced wood fibres that are extracted from trees such as birch, eucalyptus, and others. Considering beech trees don't need a lot of water to develop, modal is typically seen as a more environmentally friendly fabric than cotton because its manufacture requires 10 to 20 times lesser quantity of water. Modal-made sarees have a silky drape and opulent lustre that make you seem fashionable while keeping you utterly comfortable. Talk about innovation, and Mul Modal sarees are at the top of that list. Made exquisitely combining the best mul and modal yarn- this fabric is people’s favourite. The rare blend of eco-friendly with top-notch comfort, Mul modal sarees are the perfect example of versatility
Rs. 4,160.00 Rs. 5,200.00

The combination of intricate skills, detailing and creativity is the crux of the Resham Jamdani, perfectly suiting the contemporary state of mind. Made for your perfect informal and formal occasions, this cotton fabric is one of the oldest of its kind. The Indus Valley Civilization is credited with the birth and continued presence of this dazzling fabric, according to Indian history. It is rightfully regarded as one of the most attractive types of handwoven sarees due to its gentle embrace and hypnotising delicate patterns. Many consider Jamdani to be a unique symbol of Bangladeshi ethnicity. Even with such modest roots, a single Jamdani saree can require months of rigorous workmanship and can fetch millions of rupees in sales. The distinctive Jamdani weave has developed through time, becoming woven on a variety of materials including cotton, linen, koriyal, tussar, and khadi. The typical Somber color schemes have also changed to a lively pallet of hues. The Jamdani is a marvel that should be appreciated and maintained since it is rich in history and is beloved by people all around the world.

These Resham cotton jamdanis are almost always semi-translucent with a touch of the traditional to the modern arrangement of motifs on the pallu. The delicate patterns all over the subtly coloured undertone enhances the patterns even more. The floral combinations or even caricatures of leaflets or floral buds add a surreal beauty to the otherwise fine-textured fabric, perfect for your minimalistic look. Owing to its authentic identity, the selvage may appear as asymmetrical. 

Rs. 2,754.00 Rs. 3,240.00

Katki, also known as ‘Khandua’ and ‘Maniabandi’, is traditionally woven on wooden looms in red, orange, or yellow. The Shorea robusta(sal tree) is usually used to create the crimson hue. The Sambalpuri Ikat weave, or Katki, is a variation that has its origins in Cuttack, Odisha. Katki cotton's key selling point is that it is manufactured from pure cotton or the finest handmade silk yarn. It then goes through a lengthy, intricate procedure that takes numerous days to weave a saree. Hence its beauty is exquisite.

The decorations on the Katki saree incorporate several stories articulated according to the Buddhist mythological characters, such as Buddha in the form of an elephant in the presence of a trailing vine with peacocks in it. The caricatures even depict flowers, and Deula Kumbha named Nabagunjara, a lesser-known Orissan animal. Unique features of Katki sarees are the unadorned and exclusive temple patterned borders. Lord Jagannath remains one of the key inspirations of Katki cotton, the most esteemed deity in Odisha. The inspirations are seen on the temple borders along with mythological designs made from the similar traditional colours of Jagannath.

The Katki sarees have become well-known in part because of their exceptional craftsmanship. It is undeniable that sarees produced on power looms are unable to achieve such a pristine and unsullied finish. The Katki saree is adored by people worldwide if we keep up with the changing times. Everyone from celebrities to Odissi dancers has been pictured wearing this elegant clothing on various occasions. With some fairly frequent themes like a star, lotus, conch, rudraksha, chakra, fish, swan, elephant, peacock, parrot, temple, deer, lion, horse, etc., one can also observe the greater variance in its borders and Pallava style. Katki cotton is arguably the best wear opted for any festive or celebration occasion.

Rs. 2,319.00 Rs. 2,899.00
The Stripe Tribe is a blend of vivid colours with a touch of tribal yet soothing art form. Sarees in this segment are made of Modal and the finest quality cotton. It is blended in such a proportion by our artisans that provides an awestruck look along with unbeatable soft and draping designs.

Modal is a type of rayon, which is a semi-synthetic fabric made from regenerated cellulose fibres. Modal is known for its softness, durability, and moisture-wicking properties. It is often blended with other materials, such as cotton or spandex, to create fabrics with improved stretch and comfort.

Finest quality cotton, on the other hand, typically refers to cotton that has been grown, harvested, and processed using the highest quality standards. This can include factors such as the type of cotton plant used, the growing conditions, the harvesting process, and the methods used to process the cotton fibres. Cotton is known for its breathability, softness, and durability.

Sarees are traditional garments worn by women in India and other parts of South Asia. They are typically made from a variety of materials, including silk, cotton, and synthetic fabrics. A saree made from modal and finest quality cotton could be a great choice for a comfortable, yet stylish, garment.

The modal In the fabric would provide softness and moisture-wicking properties, making it ideal for warm weather or for active wear. The finest quality cotton would add durability and breathability to the fabric, making it comfortable to wear for extended periods of time.

The specific ratio of modal to cotton used in the saree would depend on the desired properties of the fabric. For example, a higher percentage of modal may be used for a softer, stretchier fabric, while a higher percentage of cotton may be used for a more breathable, structured fabric.

Overall, a saree made from modal and finest quality cotton could be a great choice for someone looking for a comfortable, high-quality garment with a traditional, yet modern, look.
Rs. 3,272.00 Rs. 3,850.00

Linen Jamdani Ikkat is a fabric made from linen and is often used in traditional Indian clothing. The fabric is typically dyed in various colors and patterns and is often used in sarees, shawls, and dupattas. Jamdani is a centuries-old weaving technique that originated in India, and the linen Jamdani Ikkat fabric is a modern take on this traditional textile. Linen is a solid and durable fabric, making it ideal for any type of clothing. The fabric is also breathable and comfortable, making it a popular choice for Indian clothing.

Linen Jamdani Ikkat material is handwoven and is typically decorated with geometric patterns. The name "Jamdani" is derived from the Persian word "Jam" and 'Dani' (vase). It is a delicate muslin textile produced for centuries in South Rupshi. "Ikkat" is an Indonesian dyeing technique.

Jamdani and Ikkat are two traditional textile techniques used in India for centuries.

Jamdani is a type of embroidery done on a loom, while Ikkat is a resist dyeing. Both methods are used to create beautiful patterns on fabric. Jamdani is believed to have originated in the city of Dhaka in Bangladesh. The technique was brought to India by the Mughals, and it quickly became popular in the subcontinent. Women often used jamdani fabrics for special occasions, which were considered very luxurious.

Ikkat is a much older textile technique, and it is thought to have originated in Indonesia. The method involves tie-dyeing the threads before they are woven into fabric. As a result, the material develops visible patterns on both the front and back. Ikkat fabrics are trendy in India and are often used for traditional clothing.

Jamdani and Ikkat are still used today and are considered an essential part of India's textile heritage. Despite their long history, Jamdani and Ikkat fabrics are still popular today. They are often used in contemporary clothing designs, and their unique patterns and colors continue to appeal to people worldwide.

The fabric is initially woven on a loom, and the threads are colored before being interwoven into the cloth to produce Linen Jamdani Ikkat. This fabric is often used to make saris, shawls, and other garments. The Ikkat dyeing technique is a labor-intensive process that involves tying and dyeing the threads before they are woven into the fabric. The process is traditionally done by hand and can take several days to complete. The resulting material is usually very colorful and detailed and is considered a work of art.

Linen Jamdani Ikkat is a particular fabric that takes a lot of skill and patience. The process is very time-consuming, but the results are worth it. Linen Jamdani Ikkat clothes are one of the most exquisite and distinctive fabrics available today. Handwoven by skilled artisans, these cloths are made with the highest quality linen thread and dyed using natural dyes. The result is a fabric that is not only beautiful but also highly durable.

Linen Jamdani Ikkat clothes are also the perfect approach to add a glimmer of extravagance to your home. If you are interested in creating a unique and lavish way to contemporize your wardrobe, consider investing in a few linen Jamdani Ikkat clothes.

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