Traditional Jaipuri Print Hand Block Printed Cotton Mulmul Fabric Saree
One of the most graceful costumes made from unstitched fabric-the saree-the much loved choice for most Indian women may also be worn in such a lot of different ways. The saree and all its parts, the body, the pallu and the border, all of them play a significant role in all of the look.
Block printing used to be introduced to the Jaipur region of Rajasthan by the Chhipa community. This community used to be originally located in Bagru Village, an area now famous for its vegetable dye and mud withstand (dabu) block prints. The art of block printing has been passed down for generations within families and communities and has branched out in up to date decades to other regions such as Sanganer, just South of Jaipur. In traditional Bagru style block printing, the ‘recipes’ for the traditional plant-based dyes are developed within every family and kept alive from generation to generation.
Pair this saree with a clutch and a pair of fashion sandals or any casual footwear of your choice for an informal look when dressing up for a party. You’ll be able to also pair it with a pair of earrings and bangles when adorning this outfit for a festive occasion.
Care Instructions: Hand Wash
This saree is suitable for office or work wear, normal occasions, family get together, regular or day-to-day Use or gifting to loved one
Saree Length :- 6.5 Meter(Including Blouse Piece and) and Blouse Length :- 0.90 cm. .
After Washing You Would Have to Iron It Before Wear This Saree Because Cotton Light Wrinkled Behaviours.
Colour:- Multicolor ; Material:- Cotton Mulmul
Type :- Traditional Block Printed Saree