'Akash Kusum' Pitambari Gyasar Benarasi Handloom Sari
The regal mustard color along with intricate Minakari and exquisite golden zari work adorn the entire drape. Considering this is a Gyasar sari, that takes around 90 days for the artisans to create it on the weave. Just like a historic silk-brocade, Gyasar also consists of symbolic patterns that are made out of pure zari. It's a complex technique and our craftsmen have created an ingenious sari that incorporates ancestral methods with appealing aesthetics. Charming floral borders and Jangla work make this sari a perfect fit for a modern bride's dream closet!
Color: A stunning shade of Mustard
Fabric: Pure Katan Silk
Making Time: 90 Days
Craft: Gyasar, Jangla, Minakari for a pop of color, and Kadhua or Kadwa, which means kadha hua or embroidered. This is a laborious method of weaving motifs independently onto the fabric and thus, there are no loose threads on the back. Using this technique, a variety of motifs of different sizes, colors and textures can be woven onto the garment. And while it may take four to five weeks to get the piece ready on the handloom, the final product is exquisite.
Composition: Pure Katan Silk in warp and Pure Katan Silk in weft
Sari Length: 5.6 Meters, Blouse: 1 Meter(unstitched, attached with sari)
Note: The blouse shown is for styling purposes only. Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your device settings.
Handweaving is quite an interesting and intricate art. If you need any advice related to saree styling or need some insight into this precious woven garment in your hands, please free to get in touch with us.