Chanderi, a small town in Madhya Pradesh, famous for its hand-woven sarees, is a renowned centre for it's traditional weavers. Chanderi Sarees took birth around the second half of the twentieth century and is named after its birthplace; a small town in Ashoknagar district of Madhya Pradesh.These are exquisitely hand woven sarees.Chanderi Sarees are weaved with intricate detailing by talented weavers, and it takes nearly 14 days for two people to weave a single Saree !!!
The traditional weaving of Chanderi fabric is mainly done for making sarees and suit materials.It is a result of traditional methods of hand weaving that has been passed on from one generation to another. Chanderi sarees have unmatched sophistication and are popular among the Indian upper middle class saree wearers.Chanderi sarees were a favorite among the queens and princesses of ancient times and are still considered a symbol of royalty.Hence they are also called as The Royal Drapes.
The Chanderi saree symbolizes a rich monarchy; reflecting the grandiose of an era.
Chanderi sarees are lightweight and comfortable. Chanderi fabric is known for its sheer texture, light weight and a glossy transparency Their beauty lies in their simplicity, beautiful borders and gorgeously designed ‘pallus’ and ‘aanchals’. These sarees give a soft touch against your skin and are airy too. They can be suitably worn for casual as well as special occasions. Giving you a luxurious experience, the Chanderi saree adds to your glamour, along with adding the Indian touch.Chanderi sarees are available in innumerable colors, designs and pattern.
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Each saree is a beautiful expression of the weaving craft form and has been created over days with some old & young skilled hands.
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