Golden Yellow With Red Char Dham Tussar Silk Saree
Please scroll down to read saree details. This is a 100% custom made handloom saree made exclusively by our weavers. For our overseas customers, we are delighted to offer a special international shipping flat fee of $25 (USD) irrespective of the number of sarees purchased.
The Char Dham (meaning: four abodes) is a set of four pilgrimage sites in India.] It is believed that visiting these sites helps achieve moksha(salvation). The four Dhams are, Badrinath, Dwarka, Puri and Rameswaram. It is believed that every Hindu should visit the Char Dhams during one's lifetime.
The body of the Saree is decorated with Brahmakamal flowers with 4 colours buty and the border is designed with ganga jamuna style with lemon deep and purple colours
The top of the anchal is starting with big 7 Brahmakamal flowers, then 3 jalla lines followed by Aayudha of lord Krishna as Sankha, Chakra, Gadda, Padma
The Middle portion of the Anchal is decorated with the famous 4 temples of India together referred to as Char Dham.
The top right represents East/ Puridham.The bottom left represents west/Dwarika dham. The top left represents north/ Badrinath, and the bottom right represents south / Rameswaram
The bottom line of the anchal represents Aayudh of lord Shiva, middle Ganga mataa, Snake, Trishul and Damaru
And lastly the jalla lines are weaved using elephant, birds and flowers motifs
The Saree has been woven using the Jalla technique which is one of the oldest form of Handloom weaving techniques in the country.
This beautiful saree is a rare piece and a completely NEW take on Handloom Silk Sarees.
It comes with a blouse piece. Length - 5.5 metres, Width - 47 inches.
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- The colors of the actual product may slightly vary due to the digital medium. Our endeavour has been to present you the true colors of the products as far as possible.
- There may be loose threads on the backside of the pallu or borders of the sarees, which is a mark of true hand-woven or handloom saree.
- The slight irregularities or imperfections in the body/anchal/border of the sarees are to be celebrated as a mark of true handloom products, enhancing their uniqueness and beauty.
For silk sarees - Dry clean
For cotton sarees – Hand-wash separately in cold water and dry in shade.
- Iron Care: Light iron.
For Pattachitra handpainted products, iron only on the backside or use a cotton cloth on top of the painted parts while ironing.