Kanjeewaram Hand woven Pure Silk Turning Border Saree Cerise Pink

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Color: Pink


Material: High Quality Pure Silk

High Quality Pure Silk

Style: Kanjeevaram Hand woven Saree

Kanjeevaram Hand woven Saree
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This luxurious Rare Kanjeewaram Hand woven Pure Silk Saree Cerise Pink has a large Butta  part of India Archive URMI collection of Cherished Kanjeevarams. 

Step into the realm of timeless elegance with URMI collection exclusive, an opulent collection by India Archive, showcasing our exquisite and cherished Kanjeevaram Handwoven Pure Silk Saree for many generations to come.

In a vibrant Cerise Pink hue, this saree is adorned with large Butta which has many small paisly motifs is weaved using turning border technique  and shimmering high quality zari work along the border. Crafted with utmost precision and passion, each detail exudes sophistication and grace. 
The luxurious silk drapes you in unparalleled opulence, making a statement of refined style and impeccable taste. Whether for grand celebrations or intimate gatherings, this saree epitomizes the perfect fusion of tradition and contemporary allure, capturing hearts with every graceful drape.

Collection: URMI

Type: Kanjeevaram handwoven pure silk saree Cerise Pink. Kanjeevaram handwoven pure silk saree with zari turning weaving technique and beautiful gold pallav.

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

Colour: Cerise Pink

Country of Origin: India

Detailed information: 
Kanjeevaram sarees are originate from the temple town of Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu fourty-seven miles south-west of Chennai. In the latter part of First millenium AD,  Kanchipuram was the capital city of Pallava empire. It later became part of the Chola and Vijayanagara empires.

The mulbery silk yarn is procured from Bangalore region, the zari threads from Surat in Gujarat. The shimmering changing colours is done by a combination of different weft colour and is a specialty of Kanjeevaram sarees.

Some of the popular and treasured motifs are as follows:

Yaali : Its is a mythical creature which is Part lion, part elephant, and part horse. Its is an emphatic symbol of protection. Its is believed to shield the wearer from the evil eyes and stow an auspicious essence around you. The sacred Yalli as a sculpture is also  bestowed at the doorways of temples in Tamil Nadu.

Poo Chakram: It is a traditional floral circular motif, and is usually artistically spread across sarees.     

Maanga:  It is a paisley motif.  It has myhological relevance as a symbol of prosperity, the border, pallu, and body designs of a Kanjeevaram saree. The maanga motif has become a beloved motif among weavers and is extensively used in the pallav, border and body.    

Mayil: The peacock (Mayil) motif is symbol of beauty and love. It as spiritual relevance and is embedded in many mythological stories regarding the rejuvenation of Mayil

Yanai : The auspicious elephant (yanai) motif elephant is traditionally associated with royalty. It has roots in hindu spirituality and is the chariot of goddess Lakshmi and considered as a symbol of wealth, wisdom and courage. 

Kuthirai: The mythological motif of Winged Horse has a huge relevance in the motifs of Kanjeevaram sarees. Considered as symbol of The winged horse is a symbol of power, freedom and eternal integrity. The Kuthirai  is a predominant feature of the mandapams of Southern India temples. 

Kodi Visiri: Its is a Floral Creeper, it is used in multiple ways on borders and Pallav  creating beautiful intricate patterns. Mayilkan- Its is ancient motifs indicating the Peacock's Eye. In Uttara Ramayana a story elaborates on how Indra, who unable to defeat Ravana, sheltered under the wing of a peacock. He later blessed the peacock fearlessness from serpents and with "thousand eyes". Its strong mythological relevance is seen in it been a much revered motif of the Kanjipuram weavers. 

Rudraksham: - Rudraksha has strong relevance and is woven in the sarees indicating how in mythology it is considered as Lord Shiva's tears and has healing capabilities. 

Iruthalai Pakshi : The motif is a two Headed mighty celestial bird. It has strong mythological significance and is also called Gandabherunda. The motif is considered as a symbol of triumph and glory. 

Thazhampoo Reku:  The thazhampoo Reku is a motif of Screw pine. Its is a fragrant kewra  flower has sharp petals. its used as an hair adormnet in Tamil Nadu. The Thazhampoo Reku flower got interpreted into motifs as a bundle of large triangles also depicting temple gopurams.   It is considered one of the most sacred designs or motifs used by the weavers of Kanchipuram.  


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  • 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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