pure banarasi saree

pure banarasi saree

24 April 2022
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I get mesmerised with the thought of how simple dots can make such exquisite patterns in Bandhani. They sometimes even tell you a story. Tales inspired from Nature, Festive events, and great historic milestones to name a few.

Like a barati pattern showcases the essential elements of a marriage procession such as a Shehnai (Musical Instrument), Dulha (Groom), Dulhan (Bride) and much more. Or a Shikargah pattern depicts the major parts of a jungle ecosystem, like animals (Elephant, Horse, Peacock, Lion, Tiger, Parrot and many more), flora and fauna.

Apart from telling a story, bandhani also has symbolic meaning.

Like a Ghachola also called Ghatchola, represents blessings and good wishes for a new bride entering her marital home. Wearing a gharchola is believed to bring good luck to the newly wedded couple. So, Brides add this auspicious gharchola to their wedding attire in any form they can like a saree, dupatta, chunnari, Odhani and even lehenga.

The artisans of Bandhani are majorly located in Gujarat and Rajasthan. The Khatri community of Gujarat excels in creating Bandhani textiles. Be it a saree, dupatta, shawls or running fabric. These great artisans devote hundreds of hours in creating a single garment. The tedious task of plucking the fabric with nails, and tying with thread takes hours to complete.


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