Handwoven Pure Cotton Real Zari Banarasi Meenakari Saree
Category - Pure Cotton Banarasi Saree with Real Silver Zari
Khinkhwab introduces its exclusive Gold range, specially handcrafted by our skilled weavers using real silver zari. These sarees are timeless classics that redefine the festive look, with intricate designs that reflect the epitome of the genre. Crafted to perfection, this handloom Banarasi attire is as stunning when draped as it is when displayed flat. Our modern customers are sure to appreciate the perfect blend of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary design in these exquisite sarees.
Fabric - Pure Cotton Fabric
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 a type of thread used in weaving, which is made from fine silver or gold. The process involves flattening the silver or gold thread by passing it through rotating rollers with equal pressure. The flattened threads are then wound around a base yarn, usually made of silk, to create the intricate patterns and designs that make up traditional Indian textiles such as saris and wedding attire. The use of real zari adds a luxurious and opulent feel to the fabric, making it a popular choice for special occasions and formal events.
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