Blue Cotton Silver Zari Handloom Banarasi Saree
Category - Pure Cotton Mulmul Banarasi Saree with Real Silver Zari
Khinkhwab brings you exclusive Khinkhwab Gold range- specially crafted for us by our weavers in real silver zari. These sarees are timeless classic which is an epitome of the genre that redefines the festive look. Designed to suit the tastes of our modern customers and crafted to perfection, this handloom Banarasi attire is as stunning when draped as it looks in flat.
Fabric - Pure Cotton Mulmul Fabric
Malmal (Mulmul) (pronounced muh-l muh-l as in mulberry) is a fine, soft cotton muslin from India. It is sheer, delicate and lightweight and often referred to as the wonder gossamer or woven wind. Historically, it was a fabric once exclusive to Indian royalty, which today has gained popularity all over the world.
Weave – Kadhua floral.
Kadhua is an exclusive technique of handloom weaving in Varanasi region, and it can not be imitated on power loom. The cost and time in making a piece of kadhua saree depend on its design and color. It is different from embroidery, as all the work are done on the loom only while weaving.
Real Zari is made from fine silver or gold thread is drawn from silver or gold alloys, which is flattened by passing it under through equal pressure rotating rollers. The flattened silver threads are wound on the base yarn that is usually made of silk.
Color – Blue
Length – Saree 5.5 meters Blouse 1 meter
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 taken as a defect. These irregularities make every handloom piece unique