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Product name - Chanderi Saree

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Chanderi sarees are country’s prettiest sarees from Chanderi which situated in the heart of the country, is the heartland of handloom weaving in India. A small town located close to river Betwa in Guna district, Chanderi in Ashoknagar district of Madhya Pradesh holds great historical importance. Said to be founded by Lord Krishna’s cousin Shisupal, the weaving culture of Chanderi started during the 2nd and 7th century and today it is amongst the best known handloom clusters in the country. Specializing in producing finest handloom Chanderi sarees in silk cotton embellished with zari woven work intricately woven by hand interspersed with the delicacy of the extra weft motifs has for times immemorial satisfied the refined tastes of the royalty. At Shatika, we have an exclusive range of Chanderi Sarees online. Diamond Booti, Booti Jaal, Badi Pankhudi or Makkhi booti, Chanderi sico sarees come in a variety of patterns and colours. They display various beautifully striking motifs that include ‘Nalferma, ‘Dandidar, ‘Chatai’, ‘Jangla’, Mehndi wale haath. Known for their sheer texture, light weight and a glossy transparency which account for their delicate texture, our Chanderi sarees collection are a mix of traditional and modern techniques and they come in contemporary motifs and pleasing colors.  They display various beautifully striking motifs that include ‘Nalferma, ‘Dandidar, ‘Chatai’, ‘Jangla’, Mehndi wale haath. Known for their sheer texture, light weight and a glossy transparency which account for their delicate texture, our Chanderi sarees collection are a mix of traditional and modern techniques and they come in contemporary motifs and pleasing colors. 

Product Code : chanderi001

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35A, “KAILASH BHAVAN”,
Ground Floor, Jagat Roy Chawdhury Road,
Kolkata – 700 008, West Bengal, India

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