Chanderi, which is amongst the best known handloom clusters, occupies a special place because of its centuries old weaving specialty of producing finely textured fabrics of silk and cotton embellished with zari woven work, and more specifically because of its saris that have been patronized by royalty. Chanderi is known to have its origin back in the Vedic Period, and is believed to have founded by Lord Krishna’s cousin, Shishupal. The Chanderi produces three kinds of fabrics: Pure Silk, Chanderi Cotton and Silk Cotton. The motifs have come a long way from the traditional coin, floral and peacocks to the geometrics. Chanderi Saree, a product intricately woven by hand interspersed with the delicacy of the extra weft motifs that has for times immemorial satisfied the refined tastes of the royalty.
The fabric is made up of pure silk and cotton which is very soft in texture with an exceptional sheen. The golden threads or the zari works finds their way in the borders. This fabric is a blend of Pure silk and cotton woven together to bring the light weight and beautiful shine.
The dress is a two piece salwar dress material with top 2.5 meters and dupatta 2.5 meters. Chanderi 2mts salwar. It can combined with a matching salwar in cotton or cotton silk. (Cotton/cotton silk salwars are preferred in combination with handwoven chanderi suits)
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Material & Care
Top, Salwar and Duppatta – Pure handloom Chanderi Silk
Fabric Purity - 100% Pure Handloom Silk and 100% Pure Handloom Cotton (mixed in equal ratio)
Salwar – Pure Chanderi included
Colour : Colour fast
Wash : Dry Clean only. Do not dry in direct sunlight.
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