The Unique artistic tradition of "Parsi Embroidery" also called "Gara Embroidery" had its roots in Iran in the Bronze Age. In India, it gained prominence in the 19th century when Parsi merchants brought back uniquely embroidered pieces of Chinese silk from China. The Parsi women who by then had adopted the Indian Saree as their attire, got their sarees uniquely embroidered. They wore these embroidered sarees fashionably as a challenge to the European dress worn by English women at parties.
Parsi Gara work is done with such care and precision that it's also known as painting with threads.
Set in Heirloom kanjivaram in Red and Green, it truly is a labor of love!
The pallu of the saree is classy with the elegant floral veins embroidered across it. Zoom in to see the precision of the work which literally feels like it is a painting!!
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This saree comes with an unstitched blouse, it is ready to wear with fall and pico complete. Tassels can be added upon request!
Note: Minor color differences possible due to light and camera settings
Note: This is a hand woven and handmade saree, minor inconsistencies can be expected and these are not considered as defects
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