Assam Silk Saree – Tagged "Mekhela Chadar" – Asom kriti

Assam handloom and handicrafts — Mekhela Chadar

WEAVES OF ASSAM

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Beautiful weaves of Assam like gamcha style, kaziranga, karbi design, Rabha design mekhela chadar and Assamese sarees

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Love stories of our Bollywood Divas and Sarees

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Bollywood actresses and their love affair with sarees.

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What is Assamese Mekhela Chadar? How to wear it?

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Mekhela chadar is a traditional attire worn by Assamese women. It is an unparalleled pride of Assam. Although the exact details of the originated date is not available, it is a treasured traditional dress of Assam worn since times immemorial. Mekhela chadar is easy to drape, extremely comfortable and looks good on anyone.  The making: Keeping intact the age old weaving culture of Assam, majority of the Assamese mekhela chadar is traditionally woven. The designs which are always woven and never printed portray the rich culture of Assam, showcasing the flora and fauna and other valuable treasures of the...

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How to care for your Silk Mekhela Sadors and Silk Sarees

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Beauty of pure Silk is, it gets shinier as it gets older. It will last for lifetime without losing its quality and sheen. There are several types of Silks in India, kanjeevaram, Mysore Silk, Banarasi Silk, Muga Silk, Tussar Silk, Paat Silk etc. which are of very high quality. Muga Silk of Assam is one of those rare Silks which gets shinier and better with each passing day. But in order to ensure that your Silk Sarees last long, a few important points have to be carefully followed. Silk is organic fiber and thus, cannot be treated similar to synthetic fiber.  Our...

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Introducing "Assam Silk" from Sualkuchi

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