India has constantly been one of the most famous countries within the global for its conventional splendor and saree is the only which portrays this stylish splendor in India. Saree has won its significance since Mahabharat and it represents our culture and subculture even today. Different saree have distinct styles and motifs, every with extraordinary specifications. Wearing saree has never gone out of trend, it's the advent of a masterpiece on its personal. Every saree possesses its personal speciality and every sample is stimulated with the aid of using the splendor of nature located in India. Occasions and Festivities are one of the instances wherein a saree will become a great fit for each woman.
Born in the Bagalkot district of Karnataka state of India, the intricate and affluent weaves of these classic handwoven products has made its appearance in the 8th century AD with the name “ILkal saree”. Due to the easy availability of the organic materials, these sarees gain easy growth. This saree is considered to be a conventional form of aesthetic outfit in countries like India. To enlarge its thickness and firmness this saree is fabricated with silk thread, which is then immersed in the rice water and sun- dried. This saree is a fusion of silk, silver and gold thread. The technique used in weaving Ilkal saree is called “Tope Teni” which means interlocking pallus and body warp together. There are approximately 20000 weavers weaving this Ilkal bagalkot saree. Other than the blouse worn with the saree, you can team it up with a gleamy blouse and also add some gold jewellery to your overall look.
Color: brown checks with purple boders
- All items are without fall and piko.
- All sarees include a blouse piece
- Fixed all in one size.
- Dry clean only.
- All sarees include GST
- The color of the product may vary due to digitalization or light sources used.
- Each purchase helps one weaving family.
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