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The Ilkal Anjuman Weavers Women's Silk and Cotton Saree (Multi-Coloured)
The embroidery is speciality of Karnataka and is highly intricate. It is done in such a way that no thread knots appear on back of the fabric and the front and back look alike. The designs used in Kasuti reflect traditional patters like palanquins, elephants and lotuses which are embroidered all over the field and the pallu carries designs of temple towers.
Unnati Silks Women Handloom Dark Green Pure Mangalagiri Cotton Saree with Blouse Piece, woven stripes elegant pallu with zari border from the weavers of Andhra Pradesh (UNM21610)
These cotton saris are known for featuring micro checks or stripes on the field with a dense zari border giving the sari a beautiful drape. The pallu is mono-striped adorned with solid lines of lustrous zari in typical tribal style.
Unnati Silks Women Handloom Cream-Green Pure Narayanpet Cotton Plain Saree with Blouse Piece, woven stripes elegant pallu with border from the weavers of Andhra Pradesh (UNM18858)
These saris are available in cotton or cotton-silk mix and are woven in dark earthy colours. They are characterised by a rich pallu with a unique pattern of alternating red and white bands. The border is usually a flat expanse of deep maroon red or chocolate red thinly separated by white or coloured lines.
Ada Hand Embroidered Lucknowi Chikankari Women's Faux Georgette Kurti Kurta with Slip A90314
Finely detailed, dense floral patterns with knots, pulled network and other textural elements are characteristic of this work. The design motifs in Chikankari are predominantly influenced by Mughal art. The bel or creeper is the most commonly used design; individual motifs or butis, animals and flowers are also made including fish (mahi), hathi (elephant) and kairi (mango), dhaniya patti (corriander leaf), ghas patti (grass leaves V-shaped line of stitches worked in a graduated series); murri (g