Chanderi Silk Baghru Print Saree Pattern 6
- SKU: CH_BAGHR_SA_0005
5 in stock
*Chanderi Silk Baghru Print Saree | Unstitched Blouse Piece:- Silk Cotton
*Material: Chanderi cotton Saree| Saree Length : 6.30 Mtr. | (0.9 Meter Running Blouse Piece)
*Ocassion : Festive | Casual | Traditional | Work Wear | Daily Wear.
Chanderi Silk Cotton
Baghru Hand Blocks Print
It can be delivered within 5-7 days
500 grams (approximately). The last image gives a detailed look of the blouse piece that comes with this saree.
Chanderi silks are known for its gossamer looks and amazing feel.
Slight difference in colour from the visible product image is possible. Read more.
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Washing and maintenance Instructions :
Wash separately with a mild detergent and dry in shadow.
If you can dry clean so its very good otherwise wash in the home also but wash only in Ezee or Shampoo,
. Pls don’t rub fabric
. Don’t brush use
. Don’t wash in the washing machine
. Don’t Sokh in sun a very long time
We Use all Nature colors so that’s why please flow this Rules
Things to remember:
We try to match the colors/details of the products in the photos to the real ones, but please allow for minor color variation in the material in some cases, as sometimes the digital cameras miss the colors by a bit.
Baghru Print Info
Bagru printing is one of the traditional techniques of printing with natural color followed by the Chippas of a remote place of Rajasthan. The process starts with preparing the cloth to finished printed fabrics through their indigenous methods. Motifs having some specialty are transferred onto light coloured background with wooden blocks following two styles direct and resist style.