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Jbk Arts Traditional Hand Printed Bandhani Chiffon Combo Saree

SKU: Q13056000020

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  • Bandhani
  • Rajasthan
  • 100
  • Multicolour
  • Chiffon
  • JBK Arts

$ 17

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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, in the nineteenth and early twentieth century the Marwari merchants and the dominant business communities wore elaborately tied, brightly coloured turbans which was later adopted in cotton sarees as well. They contain natural images of flora and fauna and geometrical patterns with vegetable dyes on the weaves. Multicolour colured and Bandhani designed saree is one of the popular variety of Jbk Arts Traditional Hand Printed Bandhani Chiffon Combo Saree in Rajasthan Cotton made by JBK Arts.

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Design

Since the inception of Rajasthani fabric the weavers of these traditional hand woven textiles use tie-dye technique on vibrant colours of the cotton weaves . They created natural images of flora and fauna and 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. These are mainly inspired from the elaborately tied, brightly coloured turbans of nineteenth and early twentieth century the Marwari merchants. Multicolour colured and Bandhani designed saree is one of the popular variety of Jbk Arts Traditional Hand Printed Bandhani Chiffon Combo Saree in Rajasthan Cotton made by JBK Arts.

Making of sarees

Making

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. In a genuine Rajasthni Bandhani two or three bright coloursare used against a dark background with their ties intact. The JBK Arts saree which comes under HandPrinted Bhandhani Chiffon Saree contains Bandhani motif which can be brought through this process of making. JBK Arts excels in such saree making.

process of dyeing

Dyeing

In the tie-dye cotton sarees of Rajasthan spots of colour are applied by hand or by dip-dyeing at different stages of the saree making. Occasionally these sarees are dyed in natural colours and then spots and dots are applied to the sarees. Multicolour colured and Bandhani designed saree is one of the popular variety of Jbk Arts Traditional Hand Printed Bandhani Chiffon Combo Saree in Rajasthan Cotton made by JBK Arts.

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