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Candlelight-Peach Lukhnavi Chikan Sari with Floral Hand-Embroidery

by Kapil Goel Director

Exotic India Art is a One-stop E-commerce brand dealing with handmade products since 1998. Products on the Exotic India Art gallery are based on Indian Arts, Culture, Tradition, Region, and Religion. You will get an excellent collection of Indian handmade products with doorstep delivery facilities without adding any extra additional charges and with complete transparency. You will get products based on Indian Arts, Books, Paintings, Textiles, Beads, Jewelry, Healthcare, Sculptures, Home Décor, Home & Livings, Ayurveda, Audio, Video, and much more.

In the Exotic India Art Textiles gallery collections, you will get the finest handmade products, embroideries which are very rare and unique. You will get India’s best artisan handcrafted textiles products. You will get a collection of multiple variations of Textiles products such as Saree (Bomkai Saree, Chanderi Saree, Banarasi Saree, Kanjivaram Saree, Chikan Saree, Baluchari Saree, Bridal Saree, and much more.), Salwar Kameez, Kurta Pajama, Rituals, Dhotis, Shawls, Stoles, Ladies Top, Dupattas, Skirts, Jackets, Anvastram, Vest Coat, Lehenga Choli, and much more. You will also get some other variations of Indian Handmade Textiles Art in form of Bedspreads, Cushion Covers, Masks, Footwear, Bags and Accessories, Borders and Patches, and much more.

Candlelight-Peach Lukhnavi Chikan Sari
Candlelight-Peach Lukhnavi Chikan Sari

Superior-quality georgette that lends itself to a fluid fall. The color a pink so pale, it is transparent across the endpiece. Embroidery that adds weight and beauty to the saree. The Indian saree that you see on this page is an expressive, feminine number and would occupy pride of place in the wardrobe of the modern Indian woman. A soft, youthful number that would look as good at a pooja or a traditional gathering as it would at a friend’s wedding or party.

The predominant part of its charm lies in the embroidery Chikan Sari that defines its border of moderate width, not to mention the body of the endpiece. Any connoisseur of Indian fashion would know it at a glance to be chikankari, the technique of embroidery mastered by the local artisans of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. Pristine, gossamer-like motifs of simplistic florals and paisleys, defined by a running stitch and shadow-work, an examples of super-fine and complex handiwork. The embroidery is interspersed with shiny silver mirrors of minuscule proportions that add to the glamour of the saree.


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About Kapil Goel Committed   Director

239 connections, 14 recommendations, 1,596 honor points.
Joined APSense since, December 19th, 2019, From Roseville, United States.

Created on Jan 21st 2022 02:05. Viewed 79 times.

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