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    Kumuda Chanderi Saree (with Blouse)
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Printed Sarees Online

Undoubtedly, sarees can prove to be highly versatile wear in a woman’s wardrobe. There is so much to experiment with- fabrics, designs and way of draping. In terms of fabric, we can have rich silk, georgette or just the good old cotton. In a world obsessed with machine-made and machine-printed clothes, our hand printed sarees come like a breath of fresh air. All our sarees are hand-block printed in the culturally rich state of Rajasthan. ...

Somewhere amidst the dusty lanes of Rajasthan lies Bagru, a town with a population of around 30 thousand people. The Chippa community of Bagru has dedicated their lives to keep this meticulous craft of block printing alive and make it prosperous. The craftsmen who spend most of their time in the cackling workshops believe that there still are many connoisseurs of fine handlooms around and it is the duty of the community to cater to their tastes and styles. Keeping the latest trends in mind these artisans ensure that their prints are contemporary while maintaining a traditional aesthetic.

Printed Sarees at Craft Maestros

A saree can add a lot of poise and charm to your look and make you feel much more confident. Being great admirers of sarees ourselves, we understand the importance of having THE perfect fabric to get THE perfect drape, hence, all our printed sarees online come in plush fabrics like chanderi, kota silk or tussar silk to ensure an impeccable drape.

The entire process is rather a time consuming and interesting. Usually, shisham wood is used to make blocks that are 2-3 inches deep. With chisels and knives, these designs are carefully carved on the wooden blocks and sent to printers to carry out the process of printing. Traditionally, natural dyes were used but with time and the increase in demand, AZO-free colours gained popularity. Colours are carefully applied to the blocks and firmly pressed on the fabric. At times, multiple blocks can be used to produce one single design.

Flaunt Your Favourites

Arnit Chanderi Saree (with blouse)

The intricate block-prints on this beautiful saree somehow gives it a heavy look. However, the saree is handcrafted to perfection in chanderi fabric giving it a sheer look and making your drape comfortable. Owing to its beautiful prints and colours, the saree can be draped both in traditional as well as experimental drapes of your choice.

Kandhi Dabu Chanderi Saree (with blouse)

Undoubtedly our hottest selling saree, the indigo dabu prints are no less than a treat to the eyes. You can style this saree with minimal silver jewellery and make all heads turn- without many efforts! Alternatively, you can try beaded or even plain chokers to enliven the whole look and feel of your indigo saree.

Ranisa Kota Silk Saree (with blouse)

The fabric of kota silk is super lightweight and makes for a great choice for those who find it difficult to carry a saree OR those who rarely wear one. The fabric is very comfortable and breathable and doesn’t crumble easily. Our Ranisa Kota Silke Saree comes in rose pink colour and is accentuated with golden coloured motifs. This saree can be your perfect companion for cocktail parties.

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