Banarasi Georgette Sarees from SInghanias. Hyderabad
The merge of the timeless Banarasi weave with the whispering softness of the georgette is this beautiful creation, the Banarasi Georgette Sarees. The sarees look serene and elegant and are woven in every colour of the rainbow with enchanting zari motifs.
Banarasi georgette sarees are widely known for their intricate workmanship with the usage of zari that gets perfectly blended with traditional Indian designs and patterns.
How are Banarasi Sarees Made?
Banarasi weave is a technique that dates back to the Mughal Era where it came into being practised in the city of Varanasi.
The special characteristics of these Banarasi Sarees have Nature-inspired designs such as intricate intertwining floral and foliate motifs, ‘Kalga and Bel’, a string of upright leaves called 'Jhallar'.
The visual language of these motifs clearly reflects Mughal and Persian influence where these intricate patterns were created by the ‘Naksha’ or Mapmakers.