Banarasi silk sarees are light as air and are the epitome of comfort. These Banarasi silk sarees are weaved with hand-loom techniques that bring out the different softness and texture even with all technology. The fashionable and exotic weaving, different kinds of motifs, zari and emeralds have become the favourite among women all over the world. This saree is weaved with the Tanchui weaving technique. The unique weaving technique brings out the unique texture. The saree has a contrasting zari border and plain body on it that is just like the border to the art. The process starts with the selection of yarn as the base should be strong for any product. Then Reeling (tying the yarn in a bundle) the treads separately rise on the reeling machine. The process continues with the dying of yarn in particular colours. Then comes the magical process of the whole process, where the saree is woven in a handloom. The warp (tana) holds the tension on the loom and lift, whereas weft (bana) are placed in a shuttle. The shutter moves and interweaves the warp and weft (back and forth). The magical process of weaving is what makes fabric special and unique. After day and night waking up the designer team and weavers create this magic. With the final touch of love and cutting the tiny threads on the fabric. These light as air and soft as butter Banarasi sarees are then folded and packaged with love. In a world full of machine-made products we bring you something that ‘Reflects the hands of its makers’. So, this saree that reaches you is the story of these heroes, who pack it with love along with their unique work. For wash care, hand wash saree in cold water with mild detergent and cold water. Avoid machine washing sarees as it may cause harm to the fabric. Avoid direct sundry; it may cause the colour to fade and keep them in dark while wrapping it on a soft cloth.
|Dimensions||46 × 8 × 8 cm|
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Banarasi handloom works are very famous all over the world and everyone wants these beauties. Javed Alam, a weaver from the Land of Shiva, Kashi who has completed his primary education and has taken over his father’s Haji Zainul Abdeen Ansari Business. Mr Ansari has been very clear from the start that he wants his all 4 sons to learn the same skill and take on the family business further. Javed Alam is the elder son who not only teaches his 3 younger brothers about the business but also helps local weavers in developing new designs and selling them. There are people who work for money, there are people who work for reputation but then there are very few people who work for others. Javed Alam is working on developing Banarasi sarees at a low cost so that everyone can afford these beauties. A family working in making beautiful Banarasi saree for over more than 44 years. Specialised in Banarasi Handloom work and weave all types of beautiful Banarasi sarees, dupattas, suits, fabric. Working with the team of 10 people Javed says this is not a staff, these are 10 fingers of my hands and I am very grateful to these fingers because without them I am nothing.
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