The Chanderi Hand Block Print Saree is basically made up of the Chanderi cotton silk. It is the material that is developed in Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh and is very famous in the country. The weaving culture of Chanderi is as old as the 2nd and 7th century, and the demand of it has been going on since then. But the tradition of the Chanderi saree began in the late 11th century, and people started to know more about it. The manufacturing of Chanderi sarees reached its peak during the Mughal period and has been going on since then. There are three types of fabric that are used in the production of the Chanderi sarees: • Chanderi Cotton • Silk Cotton • Pure Silk The patterns on Chanderi sareers include various patterns like the geometric designs, floral art, coins, and peacocks. More than the unique designs, these sarees are best known for their fine silk, embroidery, and the silver and gold brocade work. The importance and the usage of the Chanderi sarees in the country are more towards central India and South Gujarat. Having a luxurious feel and a sheer texture, the women absolutely love these sarees. Another fascinating thing about this material is that it is very lightweight, which is eventually very easy to carry anywhere and everywhere. These sarees can be worn at the occasions like a Pooja or any other simple ceremony. The Chanderi Sarees have been in major trend off late, and have been loved by everyone all around the globe. These sarees have been showcased internationally, and it has been getting love all across. Maintaining this material is very important, so as to attain it for a longer time. The following are the ways by which one can maintain a Chanderi saree: • Dry cleaning is the most essential way to keep it safe, in order to protect the detailed work on them • Drying it in the shade is very important, and it must be kept away from the direct sunlight The Chanderi saree consists of a hand-block print and is inclusive of a blouse of 80 cm. The length of the saree happens to be 5.5 m, and there are totally natural colours involved in the production of the Chanderi Hand Block Print saree.
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