Your Kaisori range of Silk cotton saree is handcrafted with block printed pattern by artisans to create the perfect ethnic ensemble to match any look.
The ancient town of Bagru is home to many techniques of printing.Dabu,Jahota and Syahi Begar are the most predominant forms of printing still practiced in the region.
Syahi Begar, is a traditional printing technique from Bagru, Syahi or black is the color obtained from a mixture of horse-shoe iron, jaggery and water; begar or the red color is made by mixing set quantities of alum, madder and resin from the Babool or Acacia tree. The different pastes are pressed to form floral and geometric prints with specially made wooden blocks from Pethapur.
The style and technique of printing gets a contemporary look in our new story from Bagru.A collection using Chintz patterns as an inspiration on this handcrafted range of silk cotton sarees.
Fabric : Cotton Silk fabric with Bagru hand block printed patterns with natural vegetable dyes..
Size: Standard saree length with blouse piece
Care Instructions :Dry cleaning.Do not soak. Gentle ironing.
Variation and irregularities in the fabric are part of the hand weaving process and are part of the beauty and charm of the handmade fabric.