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Tales of The Tussar Silk

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Tales of The Tussar Silk

All women love their Tussar when it comes to handloom sarees. This section of the weavers have provided enormous variety as far as style and cost of Tussar silk sarees is concerned. You have Kosa Silk ,Dupion Silk, Mulberry Silk, Staple Tussar Silk, Ghicha Tussar Silk to name a few types of Tussar Silks.

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The Art of Passion : Handblock Printed Ajrakh Sarees

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The Art of Passion : Handblock Printed Ajrakh Sarees

Ajrakh Sarees do not need an introduction these days.They are popular among all strata of society.Ajrakh Sarees were heart of Sindh, Now in Pakistan. The Ajrakh handicraft has been practicing mainly in the Khatri community ,Khatri community had migrated from Sindh to Kutch somewhere in 16th century.They were the ones who got art of adding shine or glitter on to the fabric.The art of weaving Great women leaders like Indira Gandhi and Benazir Bhutto were seen wearing Ajrakh Sarees.  Ajrakh handblock printing is done on Cotton,Modal ,Mashru and Modal silk. Ajrakh sarees comes in lovely geometric patterns, symbolising Mughal architecture...

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Fine Art Weaving : Jamdani Sarees

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Maintaining Your Silk Sarees

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Maintaining Your Silk Sarees

We spend hard earned money in buying expensive silk sarees.Maintaining all these sarees  like Pure Tussar Silk Sarees, Pure Chanderi Silk Sarees and Pure Silk Sarees is again a time consuming task. However by following the given steps it can ease out your work of maintaining your treasure box of sarees : Never put any of your expensive fabric or sarees in hot water. Never hand wash a Pure silk saree ,Aways dry clean. For your collection of mix Silk sarees you can try washing them in a mild detergent Like Eazy Wash,Do not use Soap or a harsh detergent....

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The Art of Handblock Printing

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