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Dupatta tera nau rang da!

Dupatta – A single piece of fabric that is the style transformer! The look of a simple salwar suit or kurti leggings can be changed completely when a beautiful dupatta is draped over it. The obsession of Indian women since time eternity, dupatta has evolved yet retained its magical flavor. Bollywood has been in love with it since its inception.… Continue reading Dupatta tera nau rang da!

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Kantha- The pride of West Bengal

Birbhum locale of West Bengal is the origin of Kantha embroidery. Even though Kantha was generally used to finish blankets and comforters, it is currently a well-known weaving for Kantha salwar kameez, Kantha sarees, Kantha dupattas and Kantha shirts.  Kantha sarees are undeniably weaved on cotton or silk. Unadulterated silk and Tussar silk are the supported assortments… Continue reading Kantha- The pride of West Bengal

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Ajrakh Blockprint : Highest Standard of Elegance with Vegetable Dyes

When the world is humming with “sustainability” and “environment-friendly” as the newest big trends of the future, for many centuries, innumerable crafts have existed in harmony with nature. A few things are reserved to such an extent that they don't glare out, yet so striking that one can't resist the opportunity to welcome the style… Continue reading Ajrakh Blockprint : Highest Standard of Elegance with Vegetable Dyes

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Aari work, the most intricate thread-work.

Indian handicrafts are a fast dying industry, which is a part of our rich heritage. Do your bit to support these industries by purchasing fabrics originally manufactured and directly sourced from weavers. Visit http://www.luxurionworld.com to know more. . . #aariwork #kashmiriwork #embroidery #chikankari #kashmir

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Handloom – the weaves of India

Whenever we think of Handloom, we get a picture of countless artisans working endlessly to be a part of the largest cottage industry of our country. It is the relentless pursuit of these craftsmen to not only compete with the machine loom but also better it in every way. This Handloom Day they all deserve… Continue reading Handloom – the weaves of India

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Ideas for Bhai Dooj gifts for your sister

Men, get set to shop! This time it is neither for your wife or girlfriend nor for your mom. It is for your sister. Bhai dooj is around the corner and you must be more than bewildered about what to give your sister. After all she must be the fussiest, fastidious and fault finding one… Continue reading Ideas for Bhai Dooj gifts for your sister

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Dupattas, the style statement you didn’t know you needed!

  Dupattas have stood the test of time and have come off as the most versatile piece of clothing.  Here are ways to style your dupattas to look your best! Soof Work Dupattas   Banarasi Dupatta Banarasi dupattas are the perfect addition to your wardrobe if you look to add a touch of India to… Continue reading Dupattas, the style statement you didn’t know you needed!

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These dupattas will make you stand out from the crowd!

1.Banarasi Katan Silk Dupatta with Cow Motif. This look is definitely not for the ones weak at heart. The color, the print, the drape, everything about this dupatta shows your bold side. It is a sure choice for anyone who chooses to stand out in a crowd.Banaras is one of the most devout places of… Continue reading These dupattas will make you stand out from the crowd!

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Bhagalpuri dress code from the Silk City itself.

Bhagalpur is popularly known as the Silk City of India, and rightly so. Bhagalpur is one of the most fertile ranges  of India, blessed by River Ganga herself. Along with giving us our daily bread, and our melodious Kishore Kumar, this city has blessed us with the Queen of all Fabrics that is Bhagalpuri Silk.… Continue reading Bhagalpuri dress code from the Silk City itself.

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Batik, an ancient dyeing technique worthy of revival.

Batik, originated in Indonesia, is a form of resist dyeing using wax. Batik is traditionally made in several countries like India, Egypt, China, Japan, Nigeria, Senegal and many more. Indonesian batik is the most popular out of all. Batik is an ancient art form that is popular worldwide to this date. Read on to understand… Continue reading Batik, an ancient dyeing technique worthy of revival.