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Question:

Why are Women So Fascinated about Handloom Kalamkari Sarees?

Answer:
Women are representatives of elegance and beauty. Naturally they would be fascinated by Handloom Kalamkari Sarees. The handloom Kalamkari Sarees were famous during the Mughal period and were also liked by the British. They have come to spotlight when the fashion designers started experimenting it. These sarees easily bring out the charm of any women helping them to showcase their fashion statement. A craze for these sarees began, and now the fashion-loving women buy them which adds glamour to their fashionable wardrobes.
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How is a Kalamkari Saree made?

Answer:
Kalamkari saree has gained popularity by its Indian traditional art. Process of making a Kalamkari fabric involves 23 steps. The interesting fact about any Kalamkari Saree is that it is made naturally and no chemicals are used. Natural dyes used in Kalamkari sarees are made out of vegetables, roots and rust. The fabric which is used in a Kalamkari saree is initially boiled, soaked in a natural bleaching solution for a certain period and finally dried in sunshade. The designs are then made using natural dyes.
Question:

What are the different types of Kalamkari Sarees?

Answer:
There are different kinds of Kalamkari saree. Some of them are listed below
  • Machilipatnam style kalamkari saree
  • Srikalahasti style kalamkari saree
  • Georgette kalamkari saree
  • Dark crepe kalamkari saree
  • Peacock kalamkari saree with floral designs
  • Dhakai jamdani saree with kalamkari block prints
  • Chiffon kalamkari saree
  • Muga silk kalamkari saree
  • Assam silk kalamkari saree
  • Venkatagiri kalamkari saree
  • Ponduri khadi kalamkari saree
  • Kosa silk saree with kalamkari printed
  • Uppada saree with kalamkari printed
  • Kerala cotton saree with kalamkari printed
  • Chanderi hand printed kalamkari printed
  • Half net woven saree with kalamkari printed
  • Chettinadu cotton saree with kalamkari printed
  • Half khesh saree with kalamkari printed
Therefore you can choose the saree which is more comfortable to you.
Question:

What is a Kalamkari ?

Answer:
Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile, produced in Isfahan and Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Only natural dyes are used in Kalamkari and it involves twenty-three steps. There are two distinctive styles of kalamkari art in India - Srikalahasti style and the Machilipatnam style. The Srikalahasti style of Kalamkari(Kalankari), wherein the "kalam" meaning “pen” is used for freehand drawing of the subject and filling in the colours. In Machilipatnam style of Kalamkari work, it involves vegetable-dyed block-painting of a fabric.
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Women are representatives of elegance and beauty. Naturally they would be fascinated by Handloom Kalamkari Sarees. The handloom Kalamkari Sarees were famous during the Mughal period and were also liked by the British. They have come to spotlight when the fashion designers started experimenting it. These sarees easily bring out the charm of any women helping them to showcase their fashion statement. A craze for these sarees began, and now the fashion-loving women buy them which adds glamour to their fashionable wardrobes.

By cbazaar on | 23 Jul 2020

Kalamkari saree has gained popularity by its Indian traditional art. Process of making a Kalamkari fabric involves 23 steps. The interesting fact about any Kalamkari Saree is that it is made naturally and no chemicals are used. Natural dyes used in Kalamkari sarees are made out of vegetables, roots and rust. The fabric which is used in a Kalamkari saree is initially boiled, soaked in a natural bleaching solution for a certain period and finally dried in sunshade. The designs are then made using natural dyes.

By cbazaar on | 23 Jul 2020

There are different kinds of Kalamkari saree. Some of them are listed below

  • Machilipatnam style kalamkari saree
  • Srikalahasti style kalamkari saree
  • Georgette kalamkari saree
  • Dark crepe kalamkari saree
  • Peacock kalamkari saree with floral designs
  • Dhakai jamdani saree with kalamkari block prints
  • Chiffon kalamkari saree
  • Muga silk kalamkari saree
  • Assam silk kalamkari saree
  • Venkatagiri kalamkari saree
  • Ponduri khadi kalamkari saree
  • Kosa silk saree with kalamkari printed
  • Uppada saree with kalamkari printed
  • Kerala cotton saree with kalamkari printed
  • Chanderi hand printed kalamkari printed
  • Half net woven saree with kalamkari printed
  • Chettinadu cotton saree with kalamkari printed
  • Half khesh saree with kalamkari printed
Therefore you can choose the saree which is more comfortable to you.

By cbazaar on | 23 Jul 2020

Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile, produced in Isfahan and Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Only natural dyes are used in Kalamkari and it involves twenty-three steps. There are two distinctive styles of kalamkari art in India - Srikalahasti style and the Machilipatnam style. The Srikalahasti style of Kalamkari(Kalankari), wherein the "kalam" meaning “pen” is used for freehand drawing of the subject and filling in the colours. In Machilipatnam style of Kalamkari work, it involves vegetable-dyed block-painting of a fabric.

By cbazaar on | 23 Jul 2020

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