Madhubani Prints – Fabrics inspired by the traditional paintings

Madhubani prints are the current favourites in sarees that the market seems to have become bewitched by. Soft and silky offerings that carry a testimony of what inspirational art is when there is a subject worth emulating. Sarees that carry thematic representations of the famous Madhubani paintings on the facing canvas, the pallu or end piece. What is … More Madhubani Prints – Fabrics inspired by the traditional paintings

Unnati Silks Dharmavaram Silk Sarees Online

Dharmavaram small town in Andhra Pradesh, India, part of a cluster well-known for its handloom industry, is a hub for the manufacture and sale of its famous brand of silk and cotton sarees. Dharmavaram Silk Sarees are known for their excellent weaving quality, rich look and feel. Also known as Rajwadi Sarees, Dharmavaram Silks are … More Unnati Silks Dharmavaram Silk Sarees Online

The vibrancy of the Rajkot Patola silk saree

The Rajkot Patola silk Saree is an exquisitely designed and finely woven fabric of vibrant colours. A fine example of the ikat style of weaving, it has mesmerised the market for its extraordinary craftsmanship that speaks volumes for the ethnic artistry that goes into its making. Rajkot, in Gujarat, India, is famous for its pure silk … More The vibrancy of the Rajkot Patola silk saree

Pochampally silk saree – Devotion and dedication undimmed over time

Pochampally, in Telangana, India, is well-known for its Pochampally brand of sarees, the base fabric being cotton, silk or a blend of the two. The exquisite finish of the saree comes through the dyeing and weaving of pre-coloured threads which are dyed according to the Ikat or Ikkat technique. The special technique of the Pochampally … More Pochampally silk saree – Devotion and dedication undimmed over time

The unusual attraction of the Narayanpet handloom cotton sarees

The Narayanpet Saree, though woven in silk also sports a range of exotic and appealing handloom cotton sarees traditionally from Narayanpet, a town in Telangana, India. Narayanpet Sarees originally came through a Marathi influence; patronage of Shivaji, the Marathi ruler. The appeal of the Narayanpet Cotton Saree The Narayanpet handloom cotton sarees are known for … More The unusual attraction of the Narayanpet handloom cotton sarees

The Kerala Cotton Sari –Tradition In A Modern Format

The Kerala Cotton Saree adapted from Mundum Neriyathum, the traditional attire of Malayali women in the South Indian state of Kerala, has been modified suitably, to also appeal to the changing times. Considered as one of the oldest forms of the modern day saree, Mundu (the lower garment) and Neriyathu (the upper garment) together form … More The Kerala Cotton Sari –Tradition In A Modern Format