Gulab aur Jamun
Every sweet tooth in the world has Banaras in its must-visit list. With sweet-treats that entice not just your taste buds but takes over all your senses, this is a portal to heaven. But, the one sweet that sits on a throne in this kingdom is the Gulab Jamun. These juicy balls of bliss floating in sugary syrup have an element of surprise at the centre filled with kesar and badam and the journey towards that centre is so worth it! With this saree, we bring alive this joy. The Gulabi warp and the Jamun weft is your guilty pleasure. Go for it!
Length: 6.5 meters ; Width: 47 inches
Blouse Piece: Yes, it comes with a running blouse piece( The last image is of the blouse piece )
Wash Care: Dry Wash
Blouse: Su, the model is wearing a blouse named as Gulal
Fabric: Katan Silk and polyester
Disclaimer: Slight colour variations are due to photography location and light conditions
Note: The blouse piece of this saree is an unstitched fabric and as shown in the 5th image
There are some things in the world that depreciate in value with the passing of time. However, there are other things that become more and more valuable with time. Old is truly considered gold in such cases. A fine example for this is the Banarasi saree. The Banarasi saree is a product of one of the oldest surviving saree weaving techniques in our country and has survived centuries of cultural change and transformations. These sarees are unique as they use real gold and silver zari threads for weaving. These threads are flattened strips of gold or silver alloys that are then woven to form beautiful patterns and motifs on the saree.
The weavers of Banaras pass on this timeless craft to the next generation as a way of life itself. Right from tracing patterns to be woven on the saree, sourcing the threads, dying the threads and then weaving, the entire process takes anywhere between 15 days to 6 months depending upon the complexity of the designs. But, the end result is a unique, Banarasi silk saree that is irreplaceable in a woman’s wardrobe!