The sari is usually worn over a petticoat (called lahaṅgā or lehenga in the north; langa, pavada, or pavadai in the south; chaniyo, parkar, ghaghra, or ghagaro in the west; and shaya in eastern India), with a blouse known as a choli or ravika forming the upper garment. The blouse has short sleeves and a low neck and is usually cropped at the midriff, and as such is particularly well-suited for wear in the sultry South Asian summers. These are usually more dressy, with plenty of embellishments such as Hand Block Print and may be worn on special occasions.. The sari developed as a garment of its own in both South and North India at around the same time, and is in popular culture an epitome of Indian culture.The sari signified the grace of Indian women adequately displaying the curves at the right.
Saree Chanderi/Maheshwari Bagru Dabu Print(with blouse)
‘Chanderi ‘and ‘Maheswari’ both are name of village where this sarees are produced or weaved . Saree Chanderi/Maheshwari is mixture of half silk and half cotton .this is handloom saree. This is Traditional saree of Chanderi and Maheshwari. its light in weight.
Saree Khadi HL Bagru Dabu Print (with blouse)
Saree Kota Doria Bagru Dabu Print
Kota doria or Kota Sari made at Kota, Rajasthan, its nearby area.’Kota’ is place name. Sarees are made of pure cotton and have square like patterns known as khats on them. This is Handloom saree.The chequered weave of a Kota sari is very popular.
Saree Mangalagiri HL Bagru Dabu Print (with blouse)
‘Mangalagiri’ is place name where this saree is manufactured. this is traditional saree of Mangalagiri .this is pure cotton handloom saree. on this saree we do our process of Bagru Dabu Print with different block print with natural colours.this saree available with zari border and cotton border.
Saree Mul Cotton Bagru print
Mul mul is fine cotton cloth. its very soft and light weight. it weaved on 100×120 count. its very popular. and on this cloth we print with natural colour and dyes with traditional wooden blocks .most of them have cream base.
Saree Mul Cotton Special Bagru Dabu print
Mul mul is fine cotton cloth. its very soft and light weight. it weaved on 100×120 count.this saree go with two process Bagru print and Dabu print. Bagru print is with natural colour and dyes .Dabu print is process in which black soil is used to print the cloth.
Saree Tasar Silk Handloom Bagru Dabu Print (with blouse)
Indian traditional tasar which is produced by the silkworm. weaved in Chhatisgarh /M.P.: Champa,. the lenght of saree 6.25mtr with blouse. on this Hand Block Print process took place .
Saree Vidharwa Silk Bagru Dabu Print (with blouse)
Vidharwa Silk saree weaved in Bhandara, Maharastra.This is Traditional saree of Bhandara. “vidharwa” is area name so it know as Saree Vidharwa Silk.This is handloom saree. Vidharwa Silk saree have woven border.