Rajasthani Cotton Saree

Welcome to Rajasthani Cotton Saree

Rajasthani Cotton fabric sarees are known for their light-weight and bright-shades! Rajasthani chiffons and crepes are the ultimate choices for women who prefer to nurture their feminine beauty with stylish look and comfort together. Make your ultimate statement of trendy fashion draping the best of Rajasthani Cotton Sarees.

Hand Printed Chiffon...

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Hand Printed Crepe Saree

Know Your Saree

  • design
  • material
  • origin
  • threadcount
  • weaving
  • dyework
  • Design

    Since the inception of Rajasthani fabric the weavers of these traditional hand woven textiles use block printing on vibrant colours of the cotton weaves . They created natural images of flora and fauna with geometrical patterns with vegetable dyes on the weaves. The art of Khari or overprinting in gold is also broadly practiced in Rajasthanare still added to give a modern touch to the traditional cotton weaves

  • Material

    Pure cotton handlooms of India, especially of Rajasthan are weaves of simple lattice, which are yarn threads closely placed to each other. This widely preferred cotton is a soft, smooth textured, light – weight , air and material of sheer comfort in the humid weathers of the state. Get a glimpse of exclusivity, softness and comfort through Rajasthani Cotton from the online ethnic store of Kiukart.

  • Origin

    Textile is one of the most particular and specific expressions of that nations culture and heritage. In villages of Rajasthan, textile traditions, learned via a costume tradition and spanning countless generations. The ancient art of textiles in Rajasthan uses fibers like cotton, silk and wool to make attractive designs and textures. In Rajasthan, as in other parts of India, the royal ancestry inspired master-craftsmen to make the best fabrics. Rajasthani textiles discover handmade textiles that are mostly used for clothing Century-old skills carry on to produce some of the most creative textiles in Rajasthan which are admired and collected not only by experts in India but are popular all across the world.

  • Thread Count

    The process of single count untwisted cotton is tedious. Usually 40s, 60s and 80s single count cotton and 2/80s mercerized cotton is used in the making of Rajasthani cotton saree.

  • Weaving

    The process of winding, drafting, denting, weaving and spinning weft thread is an ongoing three week process in the making of these Rajasthani cotton sarees. The ancient crafting tradition however was the “Bandhakala” method. This is the tie and die art which is still depicted in the beautiful cotton weaves of Rajasthan. The threads are first tied and died and then woven into fabric like Rajasthani Cotton

  • Dyeing

    The unbleached threads or yarns are scoured, bleached and dyed in desired color. Magnificent, remarkable combinations of red colours, shocking pink, purple and orange, greenish-blue and parrot green, saffron and crimson, incorporated with touches of gold and silver steal the limelight in any gathering.