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Chanderi Sarees

Chanderi sarees date back to the 12th and 13th centuries and originate from the town of Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh, India. Initially chanderi silks were used in weaving ‘khilats’, ceremonial robes given to someone as a mark of honour. The material was thus very expensive. The silk showcased it’s beauty with its softness, transparency, and fringes embroidered with heavy golden thread.  The process of weaving a Chanderi has been practiced over many generations. It has created a long lineage of skilled weavers who cannot be replaced. Being one of the jewels of India’s textile industry it holds a special place in every wearer’s collection. Originally, the fabric is woven with hand-spun cotton yarn which can be fine upto 300 counts. This fine count cotton is...

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Kotpad Handloom Fabrics

Amongst the variety of handlooms in India, the traditional Kotpad sarees were the first to receive the Geographical Indication of India tag. It is a vegetable-dyed fabric woven by the tribal weavers of the Mirgan community of this village.Kotpad sarees offer an excellent blend of colors and soft fabric, which provide the most comfort to the wearer. Hence, they are becoming very popular amongst the younger generation.

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