Mughals are credited for the introduction of this fine craftsmanship in India. Mughals also tried their best to glorify the art of weaving and designing. During the course of that act, they inspired few craftsmen to work in intricate art of weaving. This marked the beginning of Sari weaving art and since then Banarasi silk is an unmatched example of excellent artistry.
Crafted in Georgette and adored with gold work this collection will be the perfect addition to your festive collection. The designs also include strings of intricate leaves, called ‘Jhallar’. The idiosyncratic pattern of Banarasi work includes heavy working of gold, small detailed figures, metal visual effects and compact weaving.