The Indian subcontinent accepted this idea long before it became aware of the concept of a global village in the world - Traditional Mili

Thursday, June 20, 2019

The Indian subcontinent accepted this idea long before it became aware of the concept of a global village in the world

       

The Indian subcontinent accepted this idea long before it became aware of the concept of a global village in the world. The country's various capital cities have produced some fantastic weaves and styles in today's day for the splitting of the cultures and its excellent beauty and monopoly. Narayanget sari is one such example. This style of knitting shows the distinct effects of two states, such as Maharashtra and Telangana (part of the eastern Andhra Pradesh). These saris had the privilege of enjoying the royal patronage of the Marathas. As the goddess dress, Narayanapatra saris are specially worn by the nobles for defeating the statues of gods and for the longest time. A better treatment than a royal one, a godly one. All that Narayanapatra saris are
Narayanget Hamlet in an impressive sleeping village in south India. It is located in Telandan, 165 km from Hyderabad. A school of thought says that during the campaign of Shivaji Maharaj in Dacan in 1630, the brightly colored Saris of the woman was caught in her eyes and thus Narayenapet Sari got her Royal Maratha patronage. In other versions of the story it has been said that those who came back who were weavers, who were part of Shivaji camp during the campaign, came back and developed the form.


Weaving process: Narayanapura sari yarn

           Narayenapet saris are made of cotton or silk. This base component is usually purchased from Vijaywada. It is very important considering the climate is very hot throughout the year.

          The process of making a helmalli sar of Narayanapatya starts with yarn dyeing. Dyeing yarn dyeing yarn in hot water at a very high temperature. Interestingly, higher temperature, more color durability. Eight saris are made to go one over a loom where a unique process is employed for construction. Therefore, instead of seven gauge fabric fabricated on the cavity, 56 yards of silk are placed on the loom at one time. Narayanaputra will take one or two days to manufacture a cotton, and the silk Narayenapet sari will take longer depending on the complexity of the design.

Special features

        In 2012, their geographical indicator (GI) got registered with the Indian government of Narayanget road. The first textile industry that settled in the 17th century Narayanget region was the pioneer of this industry. The skill has passed down generations from generation to generation. The entire weaving community involved in this industry is located in Narayanget only. Rows are made from fine silk / cotton and at least 80 threads are counted. There are eight threads used to make sarees in borders, which help strengthen the fabric.

Narayantapura sari color


         Narayanaapate saris are available in cotton or cotton-silk composition or pure silk and are packed in dark clay shades. Cotton sari, in most cases, can use color checks of the body so that it can lend the ethnic face. Narayanapat silk saris have their own style, which is formed by a wide variety known as the Pati border in the Maharashtra region and the top-teanee Pallab. Borders and villages of Narayanapat is very traditional. They are characterized by a wealthy elf with a unique pattern of red and white band options. The border is usually separated by red or chocolate red plain, white or colored lines. They come in opposite colors with special pallus and simple borders. This sari is very light and sometimes borders are decorated with small zari designs.
Narayenapet saris are made of cotton or silk. This base component is usually purchased from Vijaywada. It is very important considering the climate is very hot throughout the year.

          The process of producing a Narrator Handloom sari starts with yarn dyeing. Dyeing yarn dyeing yarn in hot water at a very high temperature. Interestingly, higher temperature, more color durability. Eight saris are made to go one over a loom where a unique process is employed for construction. Therefore, instead of seven gauge fabric fabricated on the cavity, 56 yards of silk are placed on the loom at one time. Narayanaputra will take one or two days to manufacture a cotton, and the silk Narayenapet sari will take longer depending on the complexity of the design.


            Narayanaapate saris are available in cotton or cotton-silk composition or pure silk and are packed in dark clay shades. Cotton sari, in most cases, can use color checks of the body so that it can lend the ethnic face. Narayanapat silk saris have their own style, which is formed by a wide variety known as the Pati border in the Maharashtra region and the top-teanee Pallab. Borders and villages of Narayanapat is very traditional. They are characterized by a wealthy elf with a unique pattern of red and white band options. The border is usually separated by red or chocolate red plain, white or colored lines. They come in opposite colors with special pallus and simple borders. This sari is very light and sometimes borders are decorated with small zari designs.

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  1. Its not easy to understand the culture of Indian clothing but you explained it very well. Thank you for the informative blog. Party Wear Embroidery Saree for Kerala Online

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    1. Thank you very much for those complements. I just wanted to show the beauty of sarees. You can also be my guest and post your sarees' pictures.

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