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Style Tips — Hand Embroidery

Zardozi Banarasi Sarees - Of Opulence and Heirlooms!

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When the timeless art of weaving meets the timeless art of hand embroidery, a saree fit for a queen is created. We are talking about Zardozi embroidered Banarasi Saree, which has become an essential bridal adornments for at least one of the weeding functions, mostly reception. Though the designer sarees in varying patterns, drapes and textures have their share of glamour and glitterati, the one saree which reigns supreme for the modern day Indian Bride is a Banarasi saree, specially in the current times when Anushka Sharma and Deepika Padukone mesmerized the world with traditional weaves for their receptions. The modern day...

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Parsi Gara - Indian Embroidery with Chinese Origin and Persian Heritage

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'Parsi' embroidery is probably one of the finest and most beautiful style of embroideries finding a place in the Indian Panorama of arts. Anyone fond of embroidered work is sure to have come across this neat embroidery style with very tasteful motifs and color schemes, which though is a heritage of the Persian community in India, however, is loved across the country and beyond.  Traditionally, Parsi embroideries find their place in 'Parsi Gara', sarees as worn by immigrant Persian ladies having found a solace in the western parts of India in Gujarat, where Persians took up the Indian style of clothing...

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