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The Traditional Beauty of Bandhni Sarees: A Fabulous Wear for Navratri
The art of Bandhni has its roots in the parched soil of Gujrat. The heart-touching beauty of bandhej was soon revered by women in the states of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. It hails from a time when the Rajas and Maharajas ruled the holy soil of India. These sarees were treasured by women in those days as they had an exclusive artistic and creative value.
Bandhni is precisely prints created on saree using tie & dye technique. These drapes come in vibrant colours that can instantly brighten up the visage of any woman.
The Art of Bandhej: A Heritage
Each block of bandhni print was handcrafted. Craftsmen with their mastery, employed threads to tie tight knots in a certain pattern on the entire canvas of the saree. This fabric was then dipped into a tub of colour to give it an endearing hue. It was then scheduled to be air-dried for a certain amount of time before the knots were finally untangled from the drape.
The traditional technique of bandhni has survived through ages and sarees made by employing this technique is loved by women across the Indian subcontinent. In fact, the love for these sarees is spreading throughout the globe, as bandhni sarees are being exported globally.
Bandhej on the Auspicious Occasion of Navratri
The Navratri is considered an auspicious festival that is celebrated mainly in the north and north-western parts of India. On this occasion, women adorn beautiful colours and merge in with the spirit of the festival.
Vibrant bandhni sarees on Navratri will look immaculate. They are available in a plethora of colours and designs, often characterizing mirror-works, sequins, embroidery and other embellishments often adorn these endearing sarees that are available in an ample number of fabrics.
There are various designs of bandhni available, ekdali (single knot), trikunti (triple knots), Dungar shahi (mountain pattern), Kodi (teardrop pattern), chaubandi (four dots) etc. Each design has its own significance and beautifies the canvas of a saree in a different way.
These traditional sarees give its wearer a traditional look that has an embedded ethnic air. Its elegance, charm and grace lend a mesmerizing aura the one who adorns it.
Maintenance of Bandhni Sarees
The sarees containing the art-work of bandhni are often featured on light fabrics such as certain kinds of silks, chiffons, georgettes and even cotton.
Giving them for dry-cleaning is the best way to take care of them
Another alternative is bucket wash with light detergent
Do not use iron on very high heat on a saree featuring bandhej work; Use low heat to iron a bandhni saree
In case the fabric is any kind of silk, do not put it under direct sunlight
Wash away any spots with water as soon as possible, in case of a stain
Bandhni sarees are light and amazing to look at. These sarees ooze an ethnic aura that is seldom found. These vibrant sarees are perfect wears for the auspicious Navratri.