Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Mesmarizing Tribal Art Painted Sarees Online

Mesmarizing Tribal Art Painted Sarees Online:
The Saree which is a very fine canvas for the display of any ethnic art is amply used to display the exceptional skills of the tribals in some form or the other. Hand painting which is done on sarees is one of such. Hand painted sarees especially from the tribal belt of Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Bengal and Orissa demonstrate the fine craft executed with finesse.The tribal artisans paint patterns, motifs, scenes from the epics, tribal dancing, wedding scenes, ordinary village life, animals, birds, floral designs and other subjects and themes on fabrics like pure silk, cotton and sico. They transfer themes onto fabrics using locally available materials, vegetable and organic dyes and through elementary methods of drawing and tracing on the fabric and then painting on them.

The beauty of such art lies in the craftsmanship in fine detailing, right colour combinations, and extraordinarily neat finish that speaks volumes about their unique skills. The work is spread over one or two months and undertaken by a small group of similarly skilled artisans who do justice to their creations.  Tribal art printed saris of pure silk, Tussar silk, paper silk, Bengal silk, crepe, and georgette are fashionable and in demand.The cream color Bhagalpuri pure tussar silk saree has Lepakshi block prints and tribal art human images  painting all over. The border has kantha work flanked by multicolor kantha work patch on either side all along. The designer pallu with tribal art and multicolour kantha work patch enhances it further. An apt choice for weddings, grand parties and inaugural events.

The plain lush cream colour organic Chattisgarh pure silk saree has multicolor dancing women  and women carrying musical instruments hand painted all over. The hand painted borders, have multi-colour floral designs flanked by thin green borders either side all along. The exquisite pallu boasts of dancing women, cows grazing, an idyllic pasture scene and trees in a brilliant combination of multicolour hand painted images on a green setting. This is a stunning creation that would go well with special occasions like weddings, corporate events, grand parties, social gatheringsand festive occasions.      

Women looks beautiful in Saree. Saris play a major role in the Indian tradition. Indian women prefer saris on all occasions. Fashion changes periodically and rapidly throughout the world. Even though, in India fashion and design of sarees change rapidly. Weavers, work round the clock to satisfy the customers in accordance to fashion and design. Tribal artis very difficult and expensive craftsman ship because it is finished by professional skilled weavers.Tribal art is the visual art and culture of indigenous people. It is also known as ethnographic art. Hands painting of Tribal art mainly express their cultural identity and distinctiveness in their social organization, language, and festivals and also in their dress, ornament, art and craft.

Tribal art printed saris of pure silk, Tussar silk, paper silk, Bengal silk, crepe, and georgette are fashion and in demand. vegetable dyes and organic dyes are used in these sarees.The hand painting of tribal art design sarees depicts the true Tribal livelihood of the Indian villages such as majestic elephants, fishes, sun, dears, monkeys, playing drums, cart, grass, lovely huts representing how to celebrate the wedding in the villages running all across the length of the saree. Some sarees have hindu wedding mandir designs and beautiful tribal women dance postures all across the pallu of the saree. These sarees are perfectly suitable for wedding ceremonies, parties, temples and cultural programs.

Chattisgarh Sarees are famous for the special use of the printing techniques of block batik and dabu. The organic dyes which are used, show up as vibrant color combinations on these saris. Tribal prints of trees, human figures, flowers, animals are popular motifs on the Chattisgarh handloom sarees.Ari embroidery, jaali or net embroidery in geometric or floral design is an attractive feature in Chattisgarh sarees.Tribals in Chattisgarh, for whom sericulture accounts as a major source of livelihood, are skilled weavers of hand-woven Tussar Silk Sarees.  Hand spun and coloured with vegetable dyes, the fabrics that they produce are eco-friendly.

Unnati Silks, has trendy designs,attractive patterns, in pleasing colours and combinations in its wide collection of Chattisgarh Silk Sarees, at very reasonable prices.
Unnati is one of the largestIndian ethnic online websites with over 300 varieties of traditional sarees andsalwar kameez.Dispatch is within 24 hours of order. Free delivery & COD is provided for retail.Worldwide express shipping caters to almost all countries across the world.

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.

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