Thursday, 2 May 2013

Posted by Unknown On 22:57

Kanchipuram Saree:-


Kanchipuram scented silk saree

1) Kanchipuram silk saree is well known all over India. The glamor of the Kanchipuram saree is color contrasts and traditional deigns edging pyramidal temple, checks, stripes and floral buttas. In a traditional Kanchipuram silk saree, the border, body and Pallav (pallu) are separately and then locked with seals offer the best durability in high saree woven.
                         
2) The border color and design are very different from the body. If the pallu (the hanging end of the saree) must be woven in a different color, it is first separated and then joined the saree woven hand gently where the body meets the pallu is often called zigzag line style.

                                                                                                                3) themes and motifs are as follows: -

Kanchipuram silk saree


Suns, moons, carts, peacocks, parrots, swans, lions, wedges, mango leaves and many of these motifs are woven in Kanchipuram models.

4) Kanchipuram sarees are woven with silk and heavy gold brocade considered and are only worn for special occasions and festivals.
Kanchipuram embroided silk saree














5) Other common reasons are Kanchipuram saree Jasmine Bud in a square or round frame, known locally as mallinaggu. Another is where Thandavalam parallel lines through the body of the saree.
Kanchipuram saree

4 comments:

  1. Simple and attractive sarees!!!!! I do agree with your point that the Kanchipuram silk saree is well known in all over India. In India we can see that lehenga sarees or many different types of stuff available under clothing. It's only depending upon the user choice which one they prefer most.

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