KHANA VISCOSE COTTON MIX SAREE
Guledgudda Khana Fabric is made from Viscose Cotton Mix Material(Viscose is a semi-synthetic type of rayon fabric made from wood pulp). Khana is a unique fabric that has 100+ years of history, It is named after Guledgudda village in Bagalkot District from North Karnataka where the khana weaving traditions emerged.
The khana is a beautifully weaved material that has unique designs & patterns which give a grand and luxurious look.
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Normal Wash don't use brush
Light Weight (Upto 450 Grams)
The ILKAL Saree you might have heard about this or you might have seen the Saree which is Originated from Ilkal. Ilkal is a town of weavers and granites. Ilkal saree is having the history from the 8th century. As centuries go on Ilkal saree have its demand in all south India
- Ilkal saree has its demand or market because of its
- Pallu Design
- TOPE TENI technique
- Consistency from years
- It's color
Border: Bhoomi Border Sarees, Gadi dadi border, Gomi dadi, chicki paras, bugadi sateen border, Gayatri, Kari Chandrakali, Chaduranga Chicki these border gives a verity and rich look to the Saree.
Types of Sarees: Ilkal Sarees comes with many different categories like Guledgudda Khana Sarees and The distinctive feature of Ilkal sarees is the use of a form of embroidery called as Kasuti. The designs used in Kasuti reflect traditional patters like palanquins, elephants and lotuses which are embroidered onto Ilkal sarees.
Pallu Design: The Pallu is usually red silk with white Patterns. The end region Pallu is made up of Patterns of different Shapes like hanige(comb), Koti kammli(fort ramparts) tope tenne(jowar) and rampa(mountain range)
TOPE TENI Technique: it is the technique which makes saree unique from other saree because of saree joining the body wrap with pallu wrap which is locally called as TOPE TENI Technique this technique is Exclusively used in Ilkal Saree
Consistency of saree from year: The Consistency of ilkal saree is top because won’t fade its colour up to a year and we have some sarees more than 50 years old
Colour: some traditional colors are used most of the time these are Pomegranate Red, Brilliant Peacock green and Parrot Green. As time goes weavers also updated now these sarees are available in all colour
There is Somany traditional Silk Saree in India with their value, virtue, perceptions in that place ilkal Saree is also there the Ilkal saree have the GI tag of 76. If you want to buy ilkal saree online then you can buy it from silkal.in