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Magenta Shikargah Jangla Pure Katan Silk Banarasi Saree

Flaunt This Drop Dead Gorgeous Magenta Katan Silk Drape Inspired By Shikargah Jangla Design. Adorned With Charming Animal Motifs And Scrolling Floral Vines In Signature Kadhua Weave Accompanied With Kuniya (Corner) Motifs, Subtle Border And Elaborate Paisley Aanchal Add A Tint Of Royalty To The Entire Drape. 

Weave : Kadhua 

Colour : An Enchanting Shade Of Magenta 

Material : Lustrous Katan Silk 

Measurement : 5.5 Meters With 1 Meter Blouse 

Banarasi sarees for centuries have been a dream for brides. It is an emotion, art and culture that one holds close to its heart. It is also patience and perseverance of the artisans who weaves it with utmost faith.

Tanchoi

A Sensuous play of colourful resham work leaving an exquisite intricately embossed design on silken surface - Tanchoi is a weave of sudden subtle switch of closer hues in the same colour family or complimentary shades, happening on body of a saree. A dense weaving technique that truly reflects creative craftsmanship & richness of Indian Textile. 

We Understand That Every Type Of Textile Needs To Be Cared For Differently. We Therefore Recommend The Following To Care For Your Handloom.

- Store Your Silk Saree Wrapped In A Cotton Muslin Cloth.

- Store It With Dry Neem Leaves For Keeping It Safe From Moth & Silverfish.

- Embrace Your Saree More Often To Prevent Zari from Tearing In Fold Lines .

- Avoid Direct Contact With Perfume Sprays.

- Dry Clean Only.

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Varanasi Handloom Makes India Proud Of Its Heritage. A Genuine "Made In India" Product.

Every Single Product We Made Is Handcrafted In Varanasi.

The Weavers Of Banaras Blend Imagination With Faith, Symbol & Myths. It Brings about A Kind Of Uniqueness To The Fabric & Gives A Distinctive Perspective To The Fabric.

The Traditional Looms Specialised In Handmade Silk Goods Was Established In The Mughal Era By Emperor Akbar Who Wished For The Finest Artisans To Manufacture Silk Garments For The Royalties.With Generations Of Experience This Age Old Tradition Has Flourished On The Banks Of River Ganga In Varanasi. With Age These Skills Have Stood The Test Of Time.

Stuti Weaves Is More Than An Organisation, We Are Genuine Followers Of Age Old Traditions Who Believe In Our Commitment, Our Products And Our Vision Of Skill Preservation & Sustainability Since The First Days Of The Brand.