Maheshwari Mercerized Cotton Silk Saree with hand block printing , comes with running blouse fabric and intricate zari borders.
Saree Length with blouse - 6.5 meters
A Maheshwari saree is a traditional Indian saree that is woven by hand in the town of Maheshwar in Madhya Pradesh, India. The saree is made using a blend of cotton and silk yarns that are mercerized, which means that they have been treated to increase their strength, luster, and dye affinity.
The Maheshwari saree is known for its unique characteristics such as its lightweight, sheer texture, and its reversible nature. It typically features block printing or embroidery in a variety of patterns and designs that reflect the culture and heritage of the region.
A block printed Maheshwari saree made with mercerized cotton and silk yarns would be a luxurious and elegant piece of clothing. The mercerized cotton adds durability and breathability to the fabric, while the silk gives it a soft, smooth texture and a subtle sheen. The block printing technique would add intricate designs and patterns to the saree, making it a beautiful and unique piece of wearable art.
Wash Care - Dry Clean Or separate hand wash with mild liquid detergent. (do not soak)