Nayanika Black

SKU: MSNBK
8,500

Summary

Part of our contemporary collection. A perfect amalgamation of utiity with tradition. Wear it without the dupatta for a semi-formal vibe or smoothly transit to the traditional avatar by putting on one. Highlighted with badla work, to give it the right amount of bling. Inspired by the traditional garment of the women of the royal courts of Mughal era are our farshi shararas. A Sharara is a flowing two-legged skirt held by drawstrings. It falls straight to the ankles from where it starts flaring flowing copiously onto the floor. The large quantity (historically, 9-15 yards) of expensive cloth, embroidered using the art of goldwork (embroidery) and sterling silver wire threads (Karchob/Zari/Zardozietc.), used to make a farshi sharara mainly was a reflection of the grandeur and extravagance of the nobles and rulers of that era. Wood block printing on textiles is the process of printing patterns on textiles, usually of linen, cotton or silk, by means of incised wooden blocks. It is the earliest, simplest and slowest of all methods of textile printing. Block printing by hand is a slow process. It is, however, capable of yielding highly artistic results, some of which are unobtainable by any other method. Jaipur in modern times is the mecca of Block Printing. With the finest of artisans having worked for generations in the field are Mozart of printing and prints. Inspired by the Mughal Gardens of Gulmarg, Kashmir. Floral Mughal bootas on a black base highlighted with gold khadi are reminiscence of the beauty of these gardens under the moonlit sky. A traditional Mughal jaal print depicting the flaura and fauna. Pre dominantly found as paintings on the walls of buildins and palaces of the Mughal era. The same print was then translated on wooden blocks and printed on the fabric. A touch of art and history. Part of our contemporary collection. A perfect amalgamation of utiity with tradition. Wear it without the dupatta for a semi-formal vibe or smoothly transit to the traditional avatar by putting on one. Highlighted with badla work, to give it the right amount of bling. Inspired by the traditional garment of the women of the royal courts of Mughal era are our farshi shararas. A Sharara is a flowing two-legged skirt held by drawstrings. It falls straight to the ankles from where it starts flaring flowing copiously onto the floor. The large quantity (historically, 9-15 yards) of expensive cloth, embroidered using the art of goldwork (embroidery) and sterling silver wire threads (Karchob/Zari/Zardozietc.), used to make a farshi sharara mainly was a reflection of the grandeur and extravagance of the nobles and rulers of that era. Wood block printing on textiles is the process of printing patterns on textiles, usually of linen, cotton or silk, by means of incised wooden blocks. It is the earliest, simplest and slowest of all methods of textile printing. Block printing by hand is a slow process. It is, however, capable of yielding highly artistic results, some of which are unobtainable by any other method. Jaipur in modern times is the mecca of Block Printing. With the finest of artisans having worked for generations in the field are Mozart of printing and prints. Inspired by the Mughal Gardens of Gulmarg, Kashmir. Floral Mughal bootas on a black base highlighted with gold khadi are reminiscence of the beauty of these gardens under the moonlit sky. A traditional Mughal jaal print depicting the flaura and fauna. Pre dominantly found as paintings on the walls of buildins and palaces of the Mughal era. The same print was then translated on wooden blocks and printed on the fabric. A touch of art and history. Part of our contemporary collection. A perfect amalgamation of utiity with tradition. Wear it without the dupatta for a semi-formal vibe or smoothly transit to the traditional avatar by putting on one. Highlighted with badla work, to give it the right amount of bling.

Description

Pleated kalidar tunic and pants set with Printex detailing on kurta and pants with mukaush work highlights. Comes with a cotton silk dupatta with delicate mukaish chhita work and gota finishing.

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