Friday, 29 November 2013

Grand Chanderi Silk Sarees Online

Chanderi Silk Sarees Online:
Chanderi, in Ashoknagar district of Madhya Pradesh (MP), is known for its Chanderi Sarees, sheer in quality, fine in texture and a marvellous work in art and design.The hand-woven variety especially, extracts a lot of patience, dedication and craftsmanship. A weaving art since royal times, this ethnic tradition has still survived the test of time, thanks to the people of Chanderi.
Enhancing the beauty further is the ‘Butti’ or motif, which is an interlaced, hand-woven, shape, consisting of gold, silver or copper coated threads. The Asharfi Butti, or Gold Coin shaped Butti has been a popular choice since earlier times, though the pure gold or silver used in its making has given way to tested Zari, which is woven from synthetic yarn by needles of different sizes.


 The bigger version of the ‘Butti’ is popularly known as ‘Butta’.A major difference in the making methods is that the ‘Buttis’ of hand-woven Chanderi sarees, retain their shape and appearance throughout the life of the fabric, with no thread coming out from the ‘Butti’ structure. The same cannot be said for the one woven from synthetic yarn, which tends to lose the initial shape and appearance after some time.Chanderi Sarees with silk as the base fabric have zari brocades with embroidery of different patterns as Zari, Zardosi, Ari, Gota, Chikan, to name a few.Buttis once only hand-woven on the fabric, have been replaced by gold-printed ‘Butti’ prints on the silk fabric body.


The pure Chanderi Silk Sari with white horizontal stripes and multicolor floral buttis all over has blue, multi-colour patch borders on either side. The pallu also has similar design on it.  It is very apt for parties and grand events.The Mustard color plain Chanderi Art Silk Saree with multi-colour horizontal lines has blue and floral banarasi patch borders on either side. This pattern is continued for the entire length including the pallu. An exquisite affair it would do for parties, events and soial gatherings.


There is this Gorgeous casual multi color chanderi silk half and half embroidery sari, which has small artistic zari bootis and floral zari embroidery along with maroon, green patch plain borders and an elegant designer pallu with beautiful butti patch work. This grand creation suits parties, weddings, corporate events and social functions.

Parties are generally occasions for fun, enjoyment, social exchange. For women, it is also an opportunity to display their latest acquisitions in apparel.The saree is a popular fabric nationwide; a once traditional garment that has assumed the level of a fashion statement. Sarees are light, airy, comfortable and come in very many varieties, fabric materials, designs, patterns and colours.The occasion demands the type of saree that is to be worn.Grand Parties like weddings demand long presence, easy movement, and maintenance of look all the time. Hence when comfort with appearance is prime, pattu saris or pure silk saris which are not very heavy, airy and with a lot of zari work and other finery would be a good choice.


Mysore silks and Kanjeevaram silks as well as Dharmavaram Silk Saris also known as Rajwadi Sarees are known for their broad borders and gold brocade embroidered pallus, available in a combination of soft colours, exquisite designs and varying patterns. Banarasi and Chanderi Sico fabrics have zari brocades with embroidery of different patterns as Zari Zardosi, Ari,Gota,Chikan.The more informal kind of parties could have their cotton versions with brilliant floral designs or batik with beautiful floral prints and adornments like embroidery and patch work. Assam and Meghalaya silks, light in weight and with a lot of eye-catching motifs in zari and thread work would also be good choices. Art silk sarees with trending prints are a preferred choice of current times for their light weight, flowing style and airy comfort. The Bandhani Crepe Silk Sari having Jaipuri prints, with tinsel printing on them and border embroidered with kundans and sequins, would be a nice change for smaller house parties.


A very good variant, as the ‘Sambalpuri Bomkai saree’, whose print has a more appealing look on account of depictions of nature, animals and birds, would be preferred for traditional parties, house-warming parties and regional wedding parties.Chattisgarh Sarees, famous for the special use of printing techniques of block batik and dabu in organic dyes have vibrant color combinations with tribal prints of trees, human figures, flowers, animals as popular motifs and Ari embroidery, jaali or net embroidery in geometric or floral design. Sico sarees with latest printings of block, batik, bandhani are lovely. All such varieties would be the right choice for social invites. Elegant embroidery patterns on the Sico or silk cotton saree enhances the appeal of the party wearer.


Summer parties demand something light and airy which should be absorbent and comfortable for the weather and ocasion. South handloom Cottons with fancy designer prints and the Bengal handloom cotton sari famous for its fine, transparent texture and light weight Fancy artistic hand woven bootis,  jamdhani design, printed motifs and hand painting, would do nicely.Unnati silks, the largest ethnic online Indian shop offers exquisite designer Chanderi silk sarees with matching blouse for online sale. Our Online shopping store has the widest range of rich Indian Sarees and Salwar kameez. At Unnati Silks, you can buy unique, exclusive collection at affordable prices.


Unnatisilks also trades in places like Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Ernakulum, Delhi, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Patna, Jaipur, Kochi and many other Indian cities. We also do worldwide express shipping to countries like Russia, Germany, China, United Kingdom (UK), UAE, Dubai, Oman, Pakistan, Singapore, Malaysia, Canada, Spain, New Zealand, South Africa, Korea and others.

Contact:
 
UNNATI SILK PRINTS PVT. LTD,#3-4-360, Vajra Complex, General Bazar (Tobacco Bazar), M.G.Road, Hyderabad-500003.AP,India.040-64555251 or 97000 57744. 

www.unnatisilks.com

You can also buy online sarees in 


Wondrous Chanderi Sico Sarees Online

Chanderi Sico Sarees Online:
Chanderi, in Ashoknagar district of Madhya Pradesh (MP), is known for its Chanderi Sarees, sheer in quality, fine in texture and a marvellous work in art and design.The hand-woven variety especially, extracts a lot of patience, dedication and craftsmanship. A weaving art since royal times, this ethnic tradition has still survived the test of time, thanks to the people of Chanderi.

Enhancing the beauty further is the ‘Butti’ or motif, which is an interlaced, hand-woven, shape, consisting of gold, silver or copper coated threads. The Asharfi Butti, or Gold Coin shaped Butti has been a popular choice since earlier times, though the pure gold or silver used in its making has given way to tested Zari, which is woven from synthetic yarn by needles of different sizes. The bigger version of the ‘Butti’ is popularly known as ‘Butta’.


A major difference in the making methods is that the ‘Buttis’ of hand-woven Chanderi sarees, retain their shape and appearance throughout the life of the fabric, with no thread coming out from the ‘Butti’ structure. The same cannot be said for the one woven from synthetic yarn, which tends to lose the initial shape and appearance after some time. Buttis once only hand-woven on the fabric, have been replaced by gold-printed ‘Butti’ prints on the silk fabric body.
Chanderi Sico Sarees have a blend of silk and cotton as the base fabric and have zari brocades with embroidery of different patterns as Zari, Zardosi, Ari, Gota, Chikan, to name a few. Brilliant floral designs or batik also adorn these sarees.


 Take the brilliant striking lemon yellow Chanderi Sico Handloom saree. It has self colour floral buttis in patola weave with gold violet and green Banarasi attach patch border on either side. The pretty picture is completed with banarasi patch work border with patola weave floral buttis on the pallu. Extremely apt for grand parties, corporate functions, social events, traditional get-togethers.  
There is the beautiful black handloom Chanderi Sico Saree. The plain saree has golden resham weaving with green and magenta horizontal line borders on either side. A Neon french lime green colour designer pallu completes the grand picture.


This exquisite stunner could be a preferred choice for weddings, grand parties, corporate events and festivals.You also have the scintillating china pink Handloom Chanderi Sico saree. The saree has brown green and cyan colour prints all over, with magenta colour zari resham borders on either side. Multi-colour block prints and zari vertical lines adorn the pallu, making it an elegant affair. This stylish sari would suit as party, corporate wear.



Parties are generally occasions for fun, enjoyment, social exchange. For women, it is also an opportunity to display their latest acquisitions in apparel.The saree is a popular fabric nationwide; a once traditional garment that has assumed the level of a fashion statement. Sarees are light, airy, comfortable and come in very many varieties, fabric materials, designs, patterns and colours.The occasion demands the type of saree that is to be worn.Grand Parties like weddings demand long presence, easy movement, and maintenance of look all the time. Hence when comfort with appearance is prime, pattu saris or pure silk saris which are not very heavy, airy and with a lot of zari work and other finery would be a good choice.


Mysore silks and Kanjeevaram silks as well as Dharmavaram Silk Saris also known as Rajwadi Sarees are known for their broad borders and gold brocade embroidered pallus, available in a combination of soft colours, exquisite designs and varying patterns. Banarasi and Chanderi Sico fabrics have zari brocades with embroidery of different patterns as Zari Zardosi, Ari,Gota,Chikan.The more informal kind of parties could have their cotton versions with brilliant floral designs or batik with beautiful floral prints and adornments like embroidery and patch work. Assam and Meghalaya silks, light in weight and with a lot of eye-catching motifs in zari and thread work would also be good choices. Art silk sarees with trending prints are a preferred choice of current times for their light weight, flowing style and airy comfort. The Bandhani Crepe Silk Sari having Jaipuri prints, with tinsel printing on them and border embroidered with kundans and sequins, would be a nice change for smaller house parties.


A very good variant, as the ‘Sambalpuri Bomkai saree’, whose print has a more appealing look on account of depictions of nature, animals and birds, would be preferred for traditional parties, house-warming parties and regional wedding parties.Chattisgarh Sarees, famous for the special use of printing techniques of block batik and dabu in organic dyes have vibrant color combinations with tribal prints of trees, human figures, flowers, animals as popular motifs and Ari embroidery, jaali or net embroidery in geometric or floral design. Sico sarees with latest printings of block, batik, bandhani are lovely. All such varieties would be the right choice for social invites. Elegant embroidery patterns on the Sico or silk cotton saree enhances the appeal of the party wearer.


Summer parties demand something light and airy which should be absorbent and comfortable for the weather and ocasion. South handloom Cottons with fancy designer prints and the Bengal handloom cotton sari famous for its fine, transparent texture and light weight Fancy artistic hand woven bootis,  jamdhani design, printed motifs and hand painting, would do nicely.Unnati silks, the largest ethnic online Indian shop offers exquisite designer Chanderi sico sarees with matching blouse for online sale. Our Online shopping store has the widest range of rich Indian Sarees and Salwar kameez. At Unnati Silks, you can buy unique, exclusive collection at affordable prices.


 Unnatisilks also trades in places like Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Ernakulum, Delhi, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Patna, Jaipur, Kochi and many other Indian cities. We also do worldwide express shipping to countries like Russia, Germany, China, United Kingdom (UK), UAE, Dubai, Oman, Pakistan, Singapore, Malaysia, Canada, Spain, New Zealand, South Africa, Korea and others.

Contact:
 
UNNATI SILK PRINTS PVT. LTD,#3-4-360, Vajra Complex, General Bazar (Tobacco Bazar), M.G.Road, Hyderabad-500003.AP,India.040-64555251 or 97000 57744. 

www.unnatisilks.com

You can also buy online sarees in 


Thursday, 28 November 2013

Tremendous Bomkai Silk Sarees Online

 Bomkai Silk Sarees Online:
Bomkai is a tribal village, situated in the Ganjam district of Orissa, famed for its Bomkai Sarees in Silk and Cotton. This ethnic fabric was once worn only during rites and religious functions.The exclusive Bomkai Saris employ the ikat style of tie-dye, where the threads are dyed with contrasting colours before they are woven. Motifs are woven with a special extra weft’ technique. This traditional art uses vegetable dyes to a large extent. Black, yellow, orange, maroon, are the preferred hues.Bright coloured panels with extra motifs on a highly contrasting background make this tribal art fabric uniquely stand out.Motif patterns commonly adorning the fabric are bitter gourd, the atasi flower, the kanti-phul or small flower, peacocks and birds, Konark temple, conches.


The initial or large motif known as Buttah, such a bird sitting on a tree, is woven on the body. This accentuates the fabric look. The smaller motifs decorate the borders and pallu, and have pomegranate seeds, Saara seeds and temple spires as popular subjects.A special method of cutting warp ends of a colour and re-tying them to different coloured warp ends, known as ‘muha-johra’ is used to create a dense layer of colours at the end piece (pallu) of the Saree.Bomkai sarees, also known as Sonepuri saris, are available in cotton and silk fabrics.Bomkai Silk Saris have been influenced by Pure Tribal art silk, and are embroidered with temple spire patterns on the border. Some of these sarees have contrast pallu and extra motifs on the background as animal prints, geometric designs, birds, elephant and flowers.The Bomkai Silk saree resembles the ikkat designed Sambalpuri sari. This design in four colors, such as red, green, white and blue, can be identified by animals, birds, conch shells and Konark temple patterns.


Richly coloured with elegant prints and embroidered borders and pallu, Bomkai Silk Sarees are apt for traditional functions, weddings, as bridal attire, for festivals and other special occasions.Bomkai Cotton Saris with striking colours, contrast pallu and extra motifs on the background such as geometric designs, birds, elephant, flower, dombaru (hour glass shaped drum, Shanka, Peacock and fish are attractive, finding good use as daily casual, college, corporate and office wear.Richly coloured with elegant prints, embroidered borders and pallu (end-piece), Bomkai Silk Sarees are apt for traditional functions, weddings, as bridal attire, for festivals and other special occasions.


Bomkai is the small town situated in Orissa and Popular for hand woven sarees. Bomkai sarees are also known as Sonepuri sari and available in cotton and silk fabrics. The Bomkai Silk saris have been influenced by Pure Tribal art silk, and are embroidered with temple spire patterns on the border. Bomkai silk Sarees are very popular with rasipuram temple resham border. Some of these sarees have contrast pallu and extra motifs on background. Such as animal prints, geometric designs, birds, elephant and flowers. Other patters have such names as rukha, dombaru and karela ,shankha, peacock and fish. Some of these sarees have double color ikkat prints.


 Bomkai silk saree resembles well known ikat design like sambalpuri. This design comes in four colors such as red, green, white and blue and can be identified by animals, birds, conch shells and Konark temple patterns. These sarees are available in rich colors and elegant designs with thread work ornament borders and pallu.They are apt to wear on daily casual, college, corporate office and traditional occasions and are suitable for wedding, bridal functions and festive parties.Unnati silks, the largest ethnic online Indian shop offers exquisite designer Bomkai Silk sarees with matching blouse for online sale. Our Online shopping store has the widest range of ethnic Indian Sarees and Salwar Kameez. At Unnati Silks, you can buy unique, exclusive collection at affordable prices.


The exclusive Bomkai Saris employ the ikat style of tie-dye, where the threads are dyed with contrasting colours before they are woven with a special ‘extra weft’ technique. This traditional art uses vegetable dyes to a large extent, with a leaning toward artificial colours in present day creations. Black, yellow, orange, maroon, are the preferred hues.Bomkai Cotton Saris in striking colours, with contrast pallu and extra motifs on the body, such as geometric designs, birds, elephant, flower, dombaru (hour glass shaped drum), Shanka (Conch), Peacock and fish look very attractive. These Saris are finding good use as daily casual, college, corporate and office wear.Bright coloured panels with extra motifs on a highly contrasting background make this tribal art fabric stand out uniquely.  


Motif patterns commonly adorning the fabric are bitter gourd, the atasi flower, the kanti-phul or small flower, peacocks,birds, the Konark temple and conches.
The weaving of the Bomkai Saree, involves thread movement of the warp (lengthwise lay of the threads) and the weft (breadth wise feed of thread), finely controlled through an arrangement mechanism on the loom. The resulting pattern of interstices provides strength to the fabric.The large motif known as Buttah, has a bird sitting on a tree, and is woven on the body of the saree. This accentuates the look of the fabric. Smaller motifs decorate the borders and pallu, and have pomegranate seeds, Saara seeds and temple spires as popular subjects.      


 A special method of cutting warp ends of a colour and re-tying them to different coloured warp ends, known as ‘muha-johra’ is used to create a dense layer of colours at the end piece (pallu) of the Saree.Bomkai sarees, also known as Sonepuri saris, are available in cotton and silk fabrics.Bomkai Silk Saris have Pure Tribal art imprinted on silk sarees and are embroidered with the popular temple spire patterns on the border of the fabric. Some of these sarees have contrast pallu and extra motifs in the background such as animal prints, geometric designs, birds, elephant and flowers.The Bomkai Silk saree resembles the ikkat designed Sambalpuri sari. This design in four colors, such as red, green, white and blue, can be identified by animals, birds, conch shells and the famous Konark temple patterns.



 Unnatisilks also trades in places like Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Ernakulum, Delhi, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Patna, Jaipur, Kochi and many other Indian cities. We also do worldwide express shipping to countries like Russia, Germany, China, United Kingdom (UK), UAE, Dubai, Oman, Pakistan, Singapore, Malaysia, Canada, Spain, New Zealand, South Africa, Korea and others.

Contact:
 
UNNATI SILK PRINTS PVT. LTD,#3-4-360, Vajra Complex, General Bazar (Tobacco Bazar), M.G.Road, Hyderabad-500003.AP,India.040-64555251 or 97000 57744. 

www.unnatisilks.com

You can also buy online sarees in 


Miraculous Chanderi Cotton Sarees Online

Chanderi Cotton Sarees Online:
Chanderi, in Ashoknagar district of Madhya Pradesh (MP), is known for its Chanderi Sarees, sheer in quality, fine in texture and a marvellous work in art and design.The hand-woven variety especially, extracts a lot of patience, dedication and craftsmanship. A weaving art since royal times, this ethnic tradition has still survived the test of time, thanks to the people of Chanderi.

Enhancing the beauty further is the ‘Butti’ or motif, which is an interlaced, hand-woven, shape, consisting of gold, silver or copper coated threads. The Asharfi Butti, or Gold Coin shaped Butti has been a popular choice since earlier times, though the pure gold or silver used in its making has given way to tested Zari, which is woven from synthetic yarn by needles of different sizes. The bigger version of the ‘Butti’ is popularly known as ‘Butta’.


A major difference in the making methods is that the ‘Buttis’ of hand-woven Chanderi sarees, retain their shape and appearance throughout the life of the fabric, with no thread coming out from the ‘Butti’ structure. The same cannot be said for the one woven from synthetic yarn, which tends to lose the initial shape and appearance after some time. Buttis once only hand-woven on the fabric, have been replaced by gold-printed ‘Butti’ prints on the silk fabric body.
Brilliant floral designs or batik, adorn the cotton version of the saree.


You have the Neon Turmeric Yellow pure handloom Chanderi Cotton Saree. With many coloured floral block prints it has golden resham borders on either side. The pallu is a designer affair with many coloured block prints along with zari vertical lines across it. This saree is suitabe for parties, corporate, traditional events.There is this black and yellow Pure Handloom Chanderi Cotton Saree. It has black and yellow colour Stylish Assam Checks. Banarasi attach patch work borders are on either side with an elegant banarasi attach patch work border on the pallu. This modern creation is suitable for occasions like parties, functions, corporate office.


 Also trending is the soothing traditional Neon Grey traditional handloom Chanderi Cotton Saree. With three colour block prints in purple, maroon and green on the body, it has golden resham borders on either side. The pallu has purple maroon and green floral block prints along with zari vertical lines on it. An exquisite offering, this saree works well for corporate, traditional occasions, social get-togethers and the like. 



Saree is one of the traditional and trendy clothing of Indian women. Chanderi is situated in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. Chanderi is one of the famous places known for its handloom sarees, made of silk, mix of silk and cotton and zari or golden thread. They are known for light weight, pure texture, elaborate zari border and glossy transparency. Kareena kapoor is quite impressed of quality, rich colors and motifs of chanderi pure silk saris. Fancy prints of block floral, batik on chanderi cotton saris are charming. Designer chanderi silk sari of zari brocades and embroidered in the patterns of zari zardozi, ari, gota, chikan is graceful.

Latest golden printed booties on chanderi silk sari with naksi zari border is an awesome wear for corporate office, professors and teachers. Chanderi silk saree having printed booties all over the saree body and having zari pallu and blouse is a stylish wear for wedding, bridal occasions, festivals and traditional events.

Sarees are preferred by women from all parts of the globe, Draping of a saree is practiced has a tradition at most memorable moments of women life.  Production of sarees is done in major parts of the country.  Sarees are produced by the usage of various base materials like cotton, Silk and many others. The sarees weaved by hand are more attractive than power loom products.

Unnati silks, the largest ethnic online Indian shop offers exquisite Chanderi Sico Saris, Chanderi Silk Sarees and Pure Chanderi Saris with matching blouse for online sale. Our Online shopping store has the widest range of rich Indian Sarees and Salwar kameez. At Unnati Silks, you can buy unique, exclusive collection at affordable prices.


 Unnatisilks also trades in places like Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Ernakulum, Delhi, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Patna, Jaipur, Kochi and many other Indian cities. We also do worldwide express shipping to countries like Russia, Germany, China, United Kingdom (UK), UAE, Dubai, Oman, Pakistan, Singapore, Malaysia, Canada, Spain, New Zealand, South Africa, Korea and others.

Contact:
 
UNNATI SILK PRINTS PVT. LTD,#3-4-360, Vajra Complex, General Bazar (Tobacco Bazar), M.G.Road, Hyderabad-500003.AP,India.040-64555251 or 97000 57744. 

www.unnatisilks.com

You can also buy online sarees in 


Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Tremendous Bomkai Cotton Sarees Online

Bomkai Cotton Sarees Online:
The Bomkai Saree, an ethnic combination of ikat style and supplementary thread work, showcases the unique excellence of tribal art.Bomkai is a tribal village, situated in the Ganjam district of Orissa, famed for its Bomkai Sarees in Silk and Cotton. This ethnic fabric woven on a pit loom, combines ikat and supplementary thread work, and was initially worn only during rites and religious functions.The exclusive Bomkai Saris employ the ikat style of tie-dye, where the threads are dyed with contrasting colours before they are woven with a special ‘extra weft’ technique. This traditional art uses vegetable dyes to a large extent, with a leaning toward artificial colours in present day creations. Black, yellow, orange, maroon, are the preferred hues.


Bright coloured panels with extra motifs on a highly contrasting background make this tribal art fabric uniquely stand out.Motif patterns commonly adorning the fabric are bitter gourd, the atasi flower, the kanti-phul or small flower, peacocks and birds, Konark temple, conches.The weaving of the Bomkai Saree, involves thread movement of the warp (lengthwise lay of the threads) and the weft (breadth wise feed of thread), finely controlled through an arrangement mechanism on the loom. The resulting pattern of interstices provides strength to the fabric.  


The initial or large motif known as Buttah, such a bird sitting on a tree, is woven on the body. This accentuates the fabric look. The smaller motifs decorate the borders and pallu, and have pomegranate seeds, Saara seeds and temple spires as popular subjects.A special method of cutting warp ends of a colour and re-tying them to different coloured warp ends, known as ‘muha-johra’ is used to create a dense layer of colours at the end piece (pallu) of the Saree.


Bomkai sarees, also known as Sonepuri saris, are available in cotton and silk fabrics.Bomkai Silk Saris have been influenced by Pure Tribal art silk, and are embroidered with temple spire patterns on the border. Some of these sarees have contrast pallu and extra motifs on the background as animal prints, geometric designs, birds, elephant and flowers.



The Bomkai Silk saree resembles the ikkat designed Sambalpuri sari. This design in four colors, such as red, green, white and blue, can be identified by animals, birds, conch shells and Konark temple patterns.Richly coloured with elegant prints and embroidered borders and pallu, Bomkai Silk Sarees are apt for traditional functions, weddings, as bridal attire, for festivals and other special occasions.


Bomkai Cotton Saris with striking colours, contrast pallu and extra motifs on the background such as geometric designs, birds, elephant, flower, dombaru (hour glass shaped drum, Shanka, Peacock and fish are attractive, finding good use as daily casual, college, corporate and office wear.


As we all are familiar with what a saree is there is no need of Special introduction. Sari is an elegant garment made by extraordinary fabrics those measures in between 6 to 6.5 yards in length, with no stitching on it. By one word sari can be described has mixture of cultures of various religions and states in countries like India.  We can’t even point to a single occasion wear sarees can be used or worn. Women are so, excited about sarees. They search for latest variety in sarees. Even manufactures change the process and styling of the saree  periodically. Woman these days should manage multiple tasks in a day, like home, office and others.  Women feel better and more comfort in Sarees than other alternatives.


Cotton sarees are produced in Different parts of the   Country. “Bomkai Design sarees” is latest version of sarees manufactured in western regions of Orissa. They follow “bhandha” style of  technique in weaving sarees. The people of this region mainly concentrate on tribal art designs while weaving the sarees. . Bomkai saree resembles well known ikat design like sambalpuri. This design comes in four colors such as red, green, white and blue and can be identified by animals, birds, conch shells and Konark temple patterns. They are apt to wear on daily casual, college, corporate office and traditional occasions and are suitable for wedding, bridal functions and festive parties.  The other name with which these sarees   are widely popular is “sonepuri”.


Unnatisilks also trades in places like Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Ernakulum, Delhi, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Patna, Jaipur, Kochi and many other Indian cities. We also do worldwide express shipping to countries like Russia, Germany, China, United Kingdom (UK), UAE, Dubai, Oman, Pakistan, Singapore, Malaysia, Canada, Spain, New Zealand, South Africa, Korea and others.

Contact:
 
UNNATI SILK PRINTS PVT. LTD,#3-4-360, Vajra Complex, General Bazar (Tobacco Bazar), M.G.Road, Hyderabad-500003.AP,India.040-64555251 or 97000 57744. 

www.unnatisilks.com

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Marvelous Bhagalpuri Silk Sarees Online

Bhagalpuri Silk Sarees Online:
Bhagalpuri Silk is Tussar silk or ‘Kosa’ Silk. It is known as ‘wild silk’, a name given because the silkworms breed on trees unlike mulberry such as Sal and Arjun found in the forests of Jharkhand. The raw silk has a deep golden colour and is of good texture. Hand spun and coloured with vegetable dyes, Bhagalpuri silk fabrics are eco-friendly. The woven Tussar Silk fabric has a slightly coarse texture, is light on the body, airy and with a comfortable feel about it.   


The exquisite cyber yellow Bhagalpuri art silk saree has beautiful prints all over. There are pink patch borders with different floral patch borders alongside all along the length either side. This very attractive creation would suit for weddings, parties and social events.The rich-looking mustard colour Bhagalpuri pure Dupion Silk saree has self colour Kantha work all over with the king on elephant and his retinue on foot as a theme on one side of the saree. The red and gold patch borders run on the outer all along the length of the saree. The pallu is an integral part of the entire design. An extremely striking creation, this grand saree would do well for weddings, parties and festivals.


 Sari is the attire most widely worn by Indian women. Bhagalpuri silk has unique texture and known as Tussar silk. Bhagalpuri silk saris are quite fascinating with embroidered motifs and printing works. Traditional prints like block, batik, gold prints are impressed over these stylish bhagalpur silk saris. Designer pure bhagalpuri silk saree of embroidered patterns such as chikan, gota, saadi and kohra is fashionable.


Bhagalpuri silk sari having appliqué floral prints all over the body having border with contrast printings is a gracious wear for corporate office, temples and functions. Golden printed over bhagalpuri saree body and having embroidery patch work border with an attractive pallu is beautiful. And are apt to wear on daily casual, family parties and traditional meetings.

The cocoons are generally boiled to make the cocoon soft for easy extraction of silk, thereby killing the larvae within the shells. However some weavers prefer to allow the silkworms to leave the cocoon before boiling. This takes ten to fifteen days after they have fed on the leaves, and is popularly known as Ahimsa or non-violent silk .


Tribals in Jharkhand, for whom sericulture accounts as a major source of livelihood, and weavers of Bhagalpur, are skilled weavers of hand-woven Tussar Silk Sarees.  Hand spun and coloured with vegetable dyes, the fabrics they produce are eco-friendly.The use of leftover silk from woven fabrics, are also used to create designs on the main fabric and is a by-product of the need for variation in the weaves. A time-consuming arduous process, it has spawned a new breed of specialists in the art who are completely devoted to it.


Stylish north Indian half and half tussar silk saris having kantha embroidery and banarsi border are eye-catchers. They are well-suited for Indian weddings, and as bridal attire.Gold Bagru prints on the Tusser silk saree with a fine arrangement of  kundans, sequins and beads and an elegant pallu, make the Saree appeal fashionably  and are highly sought out for college parties, corporate conferences, traditional festivals, pujas and functions.


Unnati silks, the largest ethnic online Indian shop offers exquisite designer Bhagalpuri silk sarees with matching blouse for online sale. Our Online shopping store has the widest range of rich Indian Sarees and Salwar kameez. At Unnati Silks, you can buy unique, exclusive collection at affordable prices.
You can purchase online at Unnati silks and the products will be dispatched within 24 working hours of placing the order. We have Free shipping and Cash on Delivery (COD) facility for Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Ernakulum, Delhi, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Patna, Jaipur and many other Indian cities. We also do Worldwide express shipping to countries like United States of America (USA), United Kingdom (UK), UAE, Dubai, Oman, Pakistan, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Canada, Chicago, New Zealand and others.


Unnatisilks also trades in places like Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Ernakulum, Delhi, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Patna, Jaipur, Kochi and many other Indian cities. We also do worldwide express shipping to countries like Russia, Germany, China, United Kingdom (UK), UAE, Dubai, Oman, Pakistan, Singapore, Malaysia, Canada, Spain, New Zealand, South Africa, Korea and others.
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