Kalamkari is an ancient art form. The name “Kalamkari” essentially means ‘pen’ and ‘work’ which says artwork done by pen. Given this exquisite block prints and hand printed designs, Kalamkari Sarees have stolen the hearts of the people. The initial patterns of kalamkari designs were spotted at the age-old temples and then it has seen back. This captivating art of kalamkari has influences of Persian motifs and designs, transforming it into the garments which we see today. Initially, it was made with hand-carved wooden blocks and then refined with a pen.
The colours and prints have changed progressively, depending on the cloth and their mordancy. These are available in bright and mellows colours as well.
Kalamkari designer sarees, these saris are made with delicate designs that have the capacity to woo anyone, the exemplary designs come out through extensive labor and dedication to perfect the intricate design and pattern. Saree is a garment which is worn by all the women across the globe. The art of draping sari has been a generations-old phenomenon. It is the most versatile garments if wore currently it accentuates features like no other apparel can.
Kalamkari sarees: with bold border and intricate designs, these saris look dramatically beautiful when styled correctly. These are available online and offline but the certainty of the authenticity of these is a little thing which bothers a lot. Here comes Tjori for rescue.
From traditional prints like Bagru, Bandhani, Ajrakh, Tie Dye, and more with modern adornments like tassels, bows and more. Our sarees are designer and eye-catching. These saris can be styles up in different ways such as athpourey shari a defined way of wearing sari’s in Bengal. Nivi drape & kappulu from Andhra Pradesh, Mekhela chador from Assam, Nauvari saree from Maharashtra, Mohiniatta from Kerala, Seedha pallu from Gujarat, Surguja from Chhattisgarh, Pinkosu from Madurai, corgi style from Karnataka, Kunbi drape from goa, Madisaru from Tamil Nadu, Santhal drape from Jharkhand and more.
Kalamkari sarees are available in different styles, patterns, and fabrics. When it comes to fabric there are specific fabrics which are used to make these sarees.
Kalamkari Cotton Sarees: Accentuate your style with these beautiful designs and patterns. The all-over print of kalamkari over the saris look graceful and feminine. It is most commonly available in cotton fabric which looks explicit and makes other go gaga over your style. There are other fabrics like Kalamkari silk sarees, which are equally beautiful and gorgeous. Silk in itself is an elegant fabric which is mostly used in south India. Now Tjori comes with a magnificent design on silk fabric which looks extremely mesmerizing to the eyes.
You can style up your ethnic outfit or these beautiful kalamkari sarees online with Tjori. Make your outfit look more appealing by trying a contrast of kalamkari saris and a cotton blouse design in any other technique of art with that you can also be used earrings or necklaces to beautify the look. Now adding footwear, a pair of nice heels would go perfectly with the saree. Buy the latest kalamkari saris online at the best prices.
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