From the HOLY city of Benaras, House of Elegance presents you an Kadhwa Katan Silk saree in green silk base with contrasting yellow palla.
The saree is embellished with floral zari motifs spread throughout with an extra wide yellow zari border adorned with blossom floral vine. The coordinated yellow blouse is full of small zari bootis with a floral vine border on one side.
Weavers called it “Kadhwa” as it is “kadha hua” or “embroidered”. This is one of the finest weaving technique of Benaras, when each motif is woven separately. Each saree is a kind of master piece as it is woven by 2-3 weavers simultaneously and takes 2-5 weeks to weave a saree based on the intricacy of design. Kadhwa is created with extra wefts on top of the base warp fabric with resham or zari wound around hand shuttles, leaving no loose floats or threads on the back of the fabric.
Kadhwa on Katan silk oozes royalty and luxury. Katan is the finest quality of Mulberry Silk in both the warp and the weft, woven in a plain weave.
Dark green marinated with yellow embellished with Zari exudes royalty, dignity and eminence to your looks in any wedding ceremony or grand festivals like Diwali, Durga Pooja, Karva Chauth etc.
Note:This saree is certified by "Silk Mark India" assuring 100% natural silk in the base fabric.
Fabric: Kadhwa Katan Silk
Size (Approx.): Saree: 6.5 Meter | Blouse: 1 Meter
Proudly made in India
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