Six yards of beauty and elegance!
That’s the story of a saree that has travelled the era of Indus Valley Civilisation making it a part of regular lives for women in the Indian subcontinent.
Truth be told, saree is the oldest and probably the only unstitched garment that has survived the test of time.
Over the epochs, it has also become a ‘canvas’ for painters and weavers to exhibit their imagination and craft artistic weaves, prints, and embellishments with golden, silver, and different coloured ‘dhaga’. With this, the printed sarees also paved the way to become the most glamorous and sensuous all-time wear for womenfolk.
Artisans of the remotest parts of Indian villages have mastered the art of such printings like kalamkari and ikat. But, it is our ignorance that has made them a dying art form.
So, why not join hands with us at India Imprints to revive such exquisite and fine artistry?