Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Saree Blouse Design Patterns 2013 Pics Pictures Images Photos

Saree Blouse Design Patterns Biography
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Handloom Sarees are woven in Cotton as well as Silk. While Cotton Sarees with indigenous varieties of short staple Cotton originated first, the local varieties of wild Silk, called Tussar, Eri, Muga and Mulberry were also used for exclusive purposes. However, Cotton remains the most dominant fibre in the history of Indian textiles. Due to the climatic conditions, Cotton has always been the preferred fabric of the masses in India for everyday wear as well as for special occasions. The Silk variety was patronized by the royalty and the elite. It is only since the last century that the common masses, with their rising economic status, have become more inclined to Silk Sarees for a bride’s trousseau or for select occasions.

Even with multicultural dimensions of the Indian society and intermittent explorations with the new forms of textiles over the centuries, one important thread of continuity still exists: the Saree. Cross cultural influences, however, have only led to the further expansion of its visual language and orientation. In fact, these influences have made the craft richer by lending their characteristics to the cultural ethos of the times.
Saree Blouse Design Patterns 2013 Pics Pictures Images Photos
Saree Blouse Design Patterns 2013 Pics Pictures Images Photos
Saree Blouse Design Patterns 2013 Pics Pictures Images Photos
Saree Blouse Design Patterns 2013 Pics Pictures Images Photos
Saree Blouse Design Patterns 2013 Pics Pictures Images Photos
Saree Blouse Design Patterns 2013 Pics Pictures Images Photos
Saree Blouse Design Patterns 2013 Pics Pictures Images Photos
Saree Blouse Design Patterns 2013 Pics Pictures Images Photos
Saree Blouse Design Patterns 2013 Pics Pictures Images Photos
Saree Blouse Design Patterns 2013 Pics Pictures Images Photos
Saree Blouse Design Patterns 2013 Pics Pictures Images Photos
Saree Blouse Design Patterns 2013 Pics Pictures Images Photos

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