Silk Saree with Kalamkari Painting and Elaborate Aanchal.


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Re-live the Golden Era of Traditional Art with this Silk Kalamkari Saree. These beautiful kalamkari artwork sarees involves only natural dyes in it and involves seventeen steps to be prepared drawn, printed and presented before You. ..Compliments to follow any party You walk into with our exclusive designer silk Kalamkari Saree having rich traditional heritage paintings.Motifs, Border, and elaborate Aanchal.

The magic of the elaborate designer pallu with intrinsic drawings unfolds the beauty of Kalamkari Artisans’ Skills. They have a fantastic fall and best suited for occasions where Your presence is appreciated and looked upon.Kalamakari silk sarees are most preferred due to their Classic, Traditional Heritage Value and aesthetic appeal.

This Kalamkari Silk Saree is skillfully hand painted and dyed by the Traditional Kalamkari Artisans Andhra Pradesh. India.

  • Country/Region of Manufacture: India.
  • Material: Woven 100% Silk
  • Color: Natural & Herbal Dye.
  • Look : Authentic and Classy Traditional.
  • Fabri Care: Dry clean Mandatory.
  • Blouse Piece: Included.
  • This product is hand Crafted and may have slight irregularities that are a natural outcome of the human involvement in the process. These add to the unique charm of this exquisite piece..


Traditional Art painted Silk sarees are on one hand pragmatically classy due to their heritage value associated with,these Silk Sarees Stylish and easy to carry and on the other, they are an epitome of beauty and luster. Silk is known for its shimmering appearance making it extremely grand looking. Only natural dyes are used in kalamkari and it involves seventeen steps. They are beautiful sarees reflecting Your persona as an Art Connoisseur.

Story Behind the Artwork You Adopted:

Kalamkari Painting  :

Kalamkari or qalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile, produced in Iran and India. Its name originates in the Persian, which is derived from the words qalam(pen) and kari (craftmanship), meaning drawing with a pen.

Started originally in the Sasani era in Iran (almost 2500 years ago), there are two distinctive styles of kalamkari art in India – the Srikalahasti style and the Machilipatnam style. The Srikalahasti style of kalamkari(Kalamkari), wherein the “kalam” or pen is used for freehand drawing of the subject and filling in the colors, is entirely hand worked.

This style flowered around temples and their patronage and so had an almost religious identity – scrolls, temple hangings, chariot banners and the like, depicted deities and scenes taken from the Hindu epics – Ramayana, Mahabharata, Puranas and the mythological classics.

The Pedana Kalamkari craft made at Pedana nearby Machilipatnam in Krishna district, Andhra Pradesh, evolved with the patronage of the Mughals and the Golconda sultanate. Owing to the said patronage, this school was influenced by Persian art.

Technique :
Seeping it in astringents and buffalo milk and then drying it under the sun .Afterwards , the red, black, brown, and violet portions of the designs are outlined with a mordant and cloth is then placed in a bath of alizarin. The next step is to cover the cloth, except for the parts to be dyed blue, in wax, and immerse the cloth in indigo dye. The wax is then scraped off and remaining areas are painted by hand, similar to Indonesian batik.
To create design contours, artists use a bamboo or date palm stick pointed at one end with a bundle of fine hair attached to this pointed end to serve as the brush or pen. This pen is soaked in a mixture of fermented jaggery and water; one by one these are applied, then the vegetable dyes. In Iran, the fabric is printed using patterned wooden stamps.

Color fixing :
Dyes for the cloth are obtained by extracting colors from various roots, leaves, and mineral salts of iron, tin, copper, and alum.[ Various effects are obtained by using cow dung, seeds, plants and crushed flowers to obtain natural dye. Along with buffalo milk, myrobalan is used in kalamkari. Myrobalan is also able to remove the odd smell of buffalo milk. The fixing agents available in the myrobolan can easily fix the dye or color of the textile while treating the fabric. Alum is used in making natural dyes and also while treating the fabric. Alum ensures the stability of the color in kalamkari fabric.

Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 15 × 10 cm

Silk Handwoven


Saree : Length – 5.5mtr, Width – 45inches.
Blouse: Length-.80mtr


Dry Clean Mandatory for this product. Iron on reverse. Do not bleach and expose this product to excessive heat and sunlight for long.


Dispatched in a maximum of 3 business days. Returns accepted within 10 days of delivery. Cancellation requests will be accepted strictly within 24 hours of placing the order only.


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