Banarasi Bandhej sarees bring together two longstanding Indian textile traditions: Benarasi silk weaving and Bandhani knot-dyeing. The silk in these sarees is celebrated for its opulence and shine, an ideal backdrop for the intricate Bandhej tie-dyeing technique. Tie-dye patterns, such as geometric or floral motifs, are formed by knotting and dyeing portions of the cloth - a process that has remained unchanged for centuries. These patterns vary in size and design, often reflecting the culture and heritage of their region.
Cobalt Blue Authentic Bandhej on Shikaargah Jaal Pure Silk Georgette Banarasi Saree with Palki Border is a classic combination of elegance and tradition. Featuring the intricate tie-dye technique of Bandhej, the saree flaunts cobalt blue artistry, crafted from soft, flowing silk georgette. The small, finely spaced Bandhej dots are a reflection of the meticulous skill involved in the making. The exotic Shikaargah Jaal pattern, with its nature-inspired motifs, adds cultural richness to the saree. The Royal Procession theme, adorned with horses, palanquins, and other grand elements, further adds to its regal opulence. An ideal choice for weddings, cultural celebrations, and special occasions, it makes a timelessly charming statement of traditional values.
SILK MARK CERTIFIED
This saree is ready to wear with fall and pico done. Handmade silk tassels adorn the pallu and add more grace to it. An unstitched blouse fabric is included.
*Note: There may be minor variations in the shade, the texture of the product. Hues/textures show differently due to variations in screen settings and other factors,
*Note: This is a handwoven saree and there may be slight inconsistencies such as in it's weaving. These are characteristic of handmade products and attest to their originality and are not considered as defects.