Blue Handwoven Pure Katan Silk Blue Banarasi Shikargah Saree
Elevate Elegance with Shikargah Collection Banarasi Silk Saree
Indulge in opulence with our Shikargah Collection Banarasi Silk Saree. Inspired by regal hunting scenes, the exquisitely hand-woven Shikargah motifs come to life on luxurious Banarasi silk. Each piece is a testament to skilled craftsmanship, embodying cultural richness and timeless allure. The incorporation of Katan silk lends a touch of luxury, enhancing the texture and opulence.
Our Shikargah Collection pays homage to the art of weaving, seamlessly blending tradition and sophistication. Adorning yourself in this saree isn't just about wearing attire; it's a celebration of history and elegance. Let the narratives of regal grandeur from the past infuse your present style. Embrace a living masterpiece that reveres tradition while making a statement of modern grace.
Experience the charm of heritage with contemporary flair through the Shikargah Collection Banarasi Silk Saree. Elevate your wardrobe and invite a sense of nobility into your fashion choices. Discover unmatched elegance as you seamlessly weave the tapestry of tradition into your personal style
Fabric - Pure Banarasi Katan Silk
Katan is a thread prepared by twisting a different number of silk filaments according to requirements giving a firm structure to the background fabric. Katan is a plain-woven fabric with pure silk threads.
Weave – Kadhua Weave with meenakari
Kadhua is an exclusive handloom weaving technique in the Varanasi region, and it cannot be imitated on a power loom. One piece of Kadhua saree takes 3-4 months, engaging at least three persons to complete. It is a pure handloom product produced only in this region.
Tested zari or Half Fine Zari: It is also called imitation zari because it has the external features of real zari and thus, resembles the real zari in terms of shine. This variety is similar to real zari, except copper lametta is used in place of silver and silver gilding on copper wire. For gold zari, the tested zari is electroplated with a gold solution.
Blouse– Plain with a thick zari border.
Note- There may be slight color variations due to photographic reasons.
This is a hand-woven product and any irregularities in the weaving or pattern should not be considered a defect. These irregularities make every handloom piece unique.