Elegant Vidarbha Tussar by Tussar Karvati Border saree with Ganga Jamuna border and woven stripes in the body .The border is woven with mercerized cotton yarn and body is woven with pure tussar hand reeled yarn.
This product is handwoven and there might be slight weaving irregularities as they are part of the creation process.... These add to the unique charm of this exquisite piece.
Saree length : 6.4 mtrs ( Including blouse piece)
Width : 45 inches
Background: In earlier days, handloom weavers of village Andhalgaon, Mohadi and Palandur District Bhandara, the part of Vidarbha region in Maharashtra used to produce cotton gamchha with 20s cotton yarn in warp and weft having two side Karvati border (Solid border). “Karvat” in Marathi is the saw and since the designs look like saw tooth, the fabric is known as Karvati or Karvatkati. District Bhandara is a tasar cocoon producing area. Having plenty raw material the weavers introduced tasar material in weaving of Tasar Karvati Saree.
Technique applied: The Tasar Karvati Saree is woven with three shuttle weaving (tapestry type of weaving technique) to have solid colour border and body. The border is woven with mercerized cotton yarn and body is woven with pure tussar hand reeled yarn.
Washing and maintenance Instructions :
Dry Clean Only.
Things to remember:
We try to match the colors/details of the products in the photos to the real ones, but please allow for minor color variation in the material in some cases, as sometimes the digital cameras miss the colors by a bit..