Assam Silk, particularly Muga and Eri silk, is celebrated for its unique qualities and is deeply intertwined with the cultural and textile heritage of Assam, a northeastern state in India.
Kalamkari is an ancient Indian art form, typically done by hand-painting or block printing onto fabric. The technique of "Pen Kalamkari" is more intricate, using a pen and natural dyes to create detailed designs. Pure Assam silk is highly sought after for its lustrous texture, often used in sarees and other traditional Indian garments. The body of the saree features a floral motif, a common theme among Indian textiles. The Pallu's intricate themes of Annapakshi. To complete the look, a zari border is added, providing elegance and richness to the saree.
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.