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Chanderi Weaving



In Chanderi, traditional craftsmen use silk as warp and fine cotton as weft, which leads to an astounding end product, an ideal summer wear. Usually in subtle hues, these sophisticated garments are best-of-breed. Deriving creative inspiration from the Varanasi style, the silk ‘Zari‘ sarees are most sought after. The sarees generally have a rich gold border and two gold bands on the ‘pallav’ (the loose end of the saree hanging from the shoulder). The more expensive sarees have gold checks with lotus roundels all over which are known as ‘butis’.  ( Learn more about chanderi handloom craft )


Setyawati ~ Handwoven Chanderi Saree { 33 } SOLD OUT
Setyawati ~ Handwoven Chanderi Saree { 33 }
Rs.12,500

Some wandering rays of an aimless light, Carelessly slipped into my loom the previous night…..


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Setyawati ~ Handwoven Chanderi Saree { 9 } SOLD OUT
Setyawati ~ Handwoven Chanderi Saree { 9 }
Rs.13,000

Some wandering rays of an aimless light, Carelessly slipped into my loom the previous night…..


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Chanderi saree ~ Puskaraparna SOLD OUT
Chanderi saree ~ Puskaraparna
Rs.9,000

Some wandering rays of an aimless light, Carelessly slipped into my loom the previous night…..


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