Handwoven Mashru Silk Pink Kadwa Tanchoi Banarasi Saree

SKU: KK19482EB

INR 39,000

Category - Pure Mashru Silk Saree

Mashru silk sarees offer a comfortable and elegant blend of silk and cotton. They are lightweight, breathable, and versatile, suitable for weddings or festivals. They're durable and can be worn on multiple occasions, making them a great investment. Mashru silk sarees are perfect for those who appreciate traditional textiles with a touch of style..

Fabric -  Pure Mashru Silk

Mashru fabric features a silk warp and cotton weft, resulting in a textile that has the smoothness and luster of silk on the outside, and the comfort and breathability of cotton on the inside. This unique combination of fibers makes the fabric strong, durable, and comfortable to wear in hot climates.

Weave – Tanchoi with Kadwa Boota

Sateen tanchoi is a weaving technique that creates a smooth and lustrous fabric with a satin-like finish. This weaving technique involves using a satin base fabric with a double warp design on the weft, typically consisting of one to five colors. Sateen tanchoi doesn't have a float on either side and is known for its soft and supple texture, making it a popular choice for luxurious sarees and other traditional garments. The resulting fabric has a distinctive sheen.

Kadwa or kadhua weaving is a traditional technique used in the making of Banarasi sarees. In this method, each motif is woven separately, unlike the conventional method of weaving an entire saree in one go. This intricate and time-consuming technique requires exceptional skill and precision and results in a highly detailed and intricate design on the saree. The Kadwa or Kadhua technique allows for a more complex and intricate design to be woven into the saree, creating a beautiful work of art that is highly valued in the world of textiles.

Color - Pink

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

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