Banarasi Hand woven Jamdani Pure Silk Saree Amethyst Purple

Rs. 48,000.00
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Color: Purple

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Material: Pure Silk

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Style: Jamewar Banarasi Saree

Jamewar Banarasi Saree
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This exclusive India Archive Banarasi Handwoven Jamdani  Pure Silk Saree in Amethyst Purple is part of the INARA collection of Resplendent Banarasi Sarees. 

Crafted with precision, the resplendent drape of this soft silk Banarasi saree is bound to add a touch of opulence, the saree embodies the perfect fusion of tradition and modernity, making a statement of refined style and impeccable taste.

In a combination of colours this Phulwar (floral) Jaal Jamdani weave design Amethyst Purple saree border is adorned with a zari border.  The Phulwar Jaal is one of the most loved and cherished motifs in Banarasi weaving.  

Collection: INARA

Type: Banarasi handwoven pure silk saree Amethyst Purple. Banarasi handwoven pure silk saree with zari weaving work including Karam phool (eight-petal flower) in zari in an interesting Nathia-Palat arrangement (two similar motifs facing right-left and top-bottom). The saree has large floral motifs used in Phulwar Jamdani technique which is called Toradar.  Jamdani technique is one of the most sought-after weaving traditions in India. This is paired with beautiful Banarasi motifs in a handwoven Jamdani technique.  

Fabric and Composition: 100% Pure Soft Silk. The ends may have hand-combed natural fringe. Includes Blouse piece. 

Colour: Amethyst Purple

Country of Origin: India

Detailed information: 
Banarasi Sarees have been associated with the nakshabandha families which were brought to India by Muhammad bin Tughlaq during his reign during circa 1324-1352 AD. Later many weavers fled due to the fire in Gujarat to various parts of India. 

During the reign of Akbar, master craftsman Khwaja Abdyl Sauad came to Banaras where he designed heddles of looms (gathwas) and many karkhanas (workshops) came into being. Many Persian motifs were also introduced. Historical references like Ain-i-Akhbari  are there for the Banaras weavers who were called Noor Baaf or shining cloth weavers.  Brocade evolved as the prime weaving style of Banaras and became one of the centres for export of its refined textiles in Gold and Silver. 

Wide variety of silks are used including Chinya, Mukta and Tandoori, these are slightly coarse silk used for heavy brocades. Katan has two strands twisted together and used for the warps. Thread which is used to create a soft and smooth texture silk is Pat or Patbana. 

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Disclaimer
  • Accessories – accessories shown like tassles may or may not be a part of the actual product. Blouses/Jewelry worn by the model are only for photo shoots and styling reference.
  • Color Variance – This product has been shot in studio lights and there may be a slight difference with actual colors.
  • This product is handwoven and there might be slight irregularities in the weave. But that’s what adds to the charm of handwoven textile and makes it like none other.
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