The Vāsovāya collection by Roopkala Heritage.
Bandhani work was started by the Khatri community of Gujarat, India. The term ‘Bandhani’ is derived from the word ‘Bandhan’ which means tying. This practice of tie and dye or weaving bandhani was started some 5000 years ago. Bandhani Saree or Bandhani design is evergreen and is considered to be culturally rich as its a handloom masterpiece. Bandhani is also known as Bandhej Saree, Piliya, and Chungidi in Tamil and other regional dialects.
- This Bandhani is a type of tie-dye is decorated by plucking the Silk textile with the fingernails into many tiny bindings forming a jaal design throughout the canvas. If you keenly observe this masterpiece each jaal has an intricate pattern of dots which is extravagant.
- Bandhani Sarees form a ritual necessity for married women for many ceremonies. This saree contains an alluring garland border with rich pallu. However, the trend of wearing traditional sarees is on hype these days.
- Update your wardrobe staple with this exclusive piece of handloom in silk fabric from our Vāsovāya collection by Roopkala Heritage. To mention, our weavers are known for their neat and intricate work which one can perceive through this saree.
- This graceful and gorgeous saree is one amongst our exquisite range of sarees from the collection and is a great choice of outfit for wedding wear. The fabric is super soft and easy to drape. The weave holds the fall of the fabric very beautifully.
- Brides, this should be your pick if you’re hoping to stand out because this bandhani saree will give you the edge you need. And it’s super light to carry, you’re gonna be much more at ease for bridal appearances.
- This saree with a pop-up of Brinjal Purple is sure to get all eyes on you. Along with modernity and elegance this saree honors the tradition. The Purple color has its charm and style. It beholds small motifs very gracefully.
- Try this Fantabulous Brinjal Purple Silk Bandhani which will hit you differently and stand out from the genz of Pastel.
- This saree can be best teamed with traditional Meenakari and Kundan jewellery.
The bandh will remain constant but the design of borders, pallu, and the inside weave keeps changing.
The blouse is only for representational purposes.