While people all around the county are going gaga for the sarees, printed sarees have acquired a special place. No matter how modern we become and espouse westernization, we will always adorn sarees and all the changes. From the time of its evolution till today, the saree has been an all-time favorite.
While all types of sarees are graceful, the printed one looks out of this world. Not just by Indians, but printed sarees are accepted and revered all over the globe. The elegance of these sarees is in no way limited. They are available in different forms and different materials with mottled designs.
Let’s have a look-
These are the most manufactured and admired sarees in the nation. The motifs on the saree are digitally designed. Also, the experiment’s feasibility with colors varies with this type of saree. The Prints used on these sarees are usually floral, abstract, and contemporary. When women dress up in this saree, she looks spectacular and dignified.
1. The Block Prints:
Holding its history back in Gujarat, block printing is also widely printed in Rajasthan. This printing gained its eminence from the royal times. These were the choices of kings and queens. People of higher status always preferred such sarees.
A wooden block printed stamp is used to print, and each pattern is published separately. The wooden stamps are dipped in color and stamped on the fabric. This induces great effort, and the personnel has to be skillful. The raw and captivating look of this saree attracts the seekers of this saree.
2. Kalamkari- The Pen Print:
Renowned by the name of Kalamkari, this saree originates from the southern parts of the nation. Elaborated pictures of the god and goddesses are drawn on the cotton or silk fabric. The extravagated beauty of this saree is beyond comprehension. Women adorned with saree have the source of colossal.
As many of us think, the dyeing in color is just to put a color on a cloth. But eternally rich, Gujarat has taken it to a different level by introducing bandhej sarees. They tie tiny pieces of fabric of a saree by threads and dye the entire saree.
As the saree’s dyed color is perfectly soaked, they unlock the ties and develop the vibrant bandhej printed saree. Along with Bhartiya prints, the bandhej creates a glamorous look. Women all around the world love this saree.
Apart from the grave embroidery sarees, the printed sarees incorporate their patterns, making them lighter in weight and eye-pleasing. One can match the class and sophistication of these sarees to none other.
Happy printed saree to you all, and enjoy reading!