Salwar Kameez, formerly a traditional dress of Punjab worn by both the genders, though the style differed as women would take dupatta or stole with this attire. Salwar kameez have gone through many changes in its designing and stitching but this attire is the most popular and comfortable one, approved, accepted and appreciated all over the Indian sub-continent.
Though there is no denying that each Indian state has its own dress culture but it would not be wrong to…Continue
Saree symbolises Indianness. It is magical attire which transforms the woman who wears it. Since Indus Valley Civilization, the popularity of a saree has never seen a decline. It is a wearer’s delight and onlookers cannot help but admire how a saree makes any woman sensuous, adding femininity, grace and elegance to her personality. Sarees also receive a religious sanction and approval for any event, occasion or function as they still remain customary wear at a traditional gathering.…Continue
Textile Printing is an art form which needs technical skill to be learned. Colours are applied to the fabric according to the design or pattern and it is more or less a manual work. Indian printing methods involve not only handwork but also stencils, screen, block prints and tie and dye techniques and prints. Indian printing is unmatched and exceptional from rest of the world as it applies a unique skill in creating this globally acclaimed and appreciated the art form. These prints are a…Continue
History of saree goes back to Indus Valley Civilization which definitely gives us an idea as to how old this traditional attire of India is. Saree is more than just an attire. It is a poetry on a woman who wears it. It expresses her femininity in the most sensuous manner. Maybe that is the reason Saree was never forgotten by an Indian woman and till date holds the most special place in her wardrobe.…Continue