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Candid Dil ki Baat (Saree)

Pink Kota Cotton Chikankari Saree

Sale priceRs. 10,200.00
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Pre Drape This Saree (Rs. 1,900.00) Pre Drape
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Product Type: Saree

Length:  5.30 m (530.00 cm)  Width:  1.12 m (111.76 cm)

Blouse Piece: No

Fabric: Kota Cotton

Wash Care: Dry Wash

Blouse: Su, The model is wearing XS size blouse called Lacy macy

Disclaimer: The pictures are clicked in daylight. Colour may vary slightly from the image due to the screen brightness

What You will Recieve: 1 Saree

In a visual world ruled by candid shots, she had forgotten the actual meaning of the word. Did candid only mean looking away into the distance? Did it not mean shabby morning pictures, half-shut eyelids and awkward laughs? She knew how the word felt, though. It felt light and relieving. Like unlaboured endearments after a long day.

So, when she had to dress up for a canid shoot, she chose a colour that spoke to her heart. A mellow pink — a little like the insides of candy floss; a little like a thriving lotus.

Speak your mind, speak your heart in this lovely pink saree made of Kota cotton, featuring hand-embroidered Chikankari work. 


Kota cotton fabric is renowned for its softness, light weight and ease of wear. It is made using an open weave with fine checks, which are called ‘khats’. This weave ensures that the resultant fabric is airy and comfortable. This Kota cotton fabric forms the base of these sarees, which are further embellished with Lucknowi chikankari work. Chikankari is a style of embroidery that has its roots in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh. The word 'chikan' is derived from the Persian word 'chikeen'. In its most traditional form, chikankari work reflects the influence of the intricate carving patterns found in Mughal architecture. The legacy of chikan work in Lucknow dates back to more than 200 years.  


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