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Kalyan Silks Sarees

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The kalyan Silks sarees is best suited for marriage purpose. There are a lot of types like Silk Shades, Patterns, Zari, Dhramavaram saree  and Kantha work. Kalyan sarees are famous for its purity, quality and the lowest prices.

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Palace Collection, Saugandhika and Sahaana are the best collections in Kalyan silks. Palace collection is the India’s best selling for brides. These type of sarees are prepared with silk, zary and with good craftsmanship. The best thing about this saree is having Excellent quality and Low price.

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Dhramavaram saree will give rich look to women. Dharmavaram sarees started around 1900. The cost ranges from 2000 to 1 lakh in Kalyan Sarees. These types of sarees available in different colours in all showrooms.

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Kantha work sarees normally used by West Bengal and Odisha. It was done with soft dhotis and saris. Patterns like fishes, birds, kalka, mandala, mythological stories, human, animal figures and floral symbols. Because of Low production in India, the rate of the saree in Kalyan Silks will come around 6000INR.

Different types  Of  Kantha Work-

1) Archilata Kantha

2) Lep Kantha

3) Baiton Kantha

4) Durjani/Thalia

5) Oaar Kantha

6) Rumal Kantha

7) Sujani Kantha

 

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Designer Printed Sarees are the exclusive items in Kalyan Sarees. The Features of this sarees are

  • Fine textures
  • Eye-catching look
  • Unique prints
  • Colorfastness

 

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  1. Erna

    Silk sarees’ could bring to mind the Great China silk route’ for glboal trade between different countries in the past, and the country China where sericulture, reportedly, was for the first time introduced by a queen. It remained Chinese governemnt’s national secret and was not known as an industry in other countries for long Later it was introduced in Europe and Japan… As an industry, it appears to have been introduced in India (in the present era) only about 400 years ago, after which it flourished and at a certain stage saw some ups and downs due to disease, and competition from other silk producing countries. It has flourished as an agro-industry after independence, and provides employment to over 3.5 million people in the country With the above as background and also, as is well known, the geographical and cultural meeting point of the North and South India, i.e., the state of Karnataka, besides gold mine, sandalwood, and so on, naturally provides ideal climate for 5 to 6 crops of Mulberry silk throught the year, and accounts for around 85% of its production in the country, with West Bengal, J & K, Tamil Nadu, besides some other states also following it Besides Mulberry silk, Tasar, Eri and Muga silks are also produced in India in some states An interesting aspect of systematic silk production is that the raw material, cocoon – virtually a reel of silk thread, as silkworm’s protective skin that passes through 3 to 4 moultings – is made by a cultured worm that feeds on cultivated plant, a bush or tree, over a span of about 50 days of its growth from its initial egg stage, to longer larval stage and then to the pupa stage from silk emitted from its mouth. The worm is then allowed to come out of the cocoon in the grainage, which is boiled in water to soften it and thereafter to reel out the silk thread… For good quality silk, the male worm is thereafter allowed selective breeding through a healthy female that is crushed and tested after it has laid eggs while the male worm is rejected or maybe allowed to mate with other female worms! The cocoon thus seems to have inspired ancient Hindus’ to similarly maintain brahmacharya’ or celebacy and lead a discipline life till one is mature enough to enter grihasthashram’ or marry, only in the interest of a healthy progeny. Worship of Shivalingam in His consort Parvati’s yoni-pitha, like our earth having moon as its only satellite, also thus communicates symbolically the continuity of healthy and disciplined human race eternally, yuga after yuga, Adi Shiva believably having originally started from Kashi

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