A pretty amalgamation of two completely handmade textile art forms - one that is dye based and another that is embroidered bring a unique look to this saree!
Kantha, a unique art form native to the Eastern part of India and Bangladesh, that has been practiced for centuries. Generally womenfolk gather together and sew fabric scraps to form applique designs and form running stitches either linearly or into motifs.
Batik on the other hand is a resist dye technique that produces abstract designs.
Expert artists cast their magic and created this!!The artwork is traditional. The pallu with full work is grand. These sarees take weeks to make by artists as everything is handmade.
The saree is ready to wear with falls and pico done. An unstitched blouse fabric as seen in the last picture is included.
****NOTE: HANDMADE PRODUCT ******
Also, since these are handmade, there may be slight stencil marks. Embroidery also causes the fabric to scrunch and stretch and there may be slight traces of this. Being characteristic of this art form. they are not considered defects.
*Note: There may be minor variations in the shade, the texture of the product. Hues/textures show differently based on ambient lighting, gadget settings, etc.