Associated with the aristocratic and royal persona in India for a long time, zari work is one of the most popular and elaborate techniques in metal embroidery. Flaunted by the Rajas and the Ranis of yesteryear, zari work has an inherent charm that livens up a fabric. The intricate work not only boasts of superior craftsmanship but its dazzling effect lends a regal aura to the attire. Even a plain zari border adds luster to the whole look.
At Sujatra, we love our ancient art forms specially use of zari in our sarees. No wonder the art was once the jewel in the crown of Indian fabric craft. The assimilation of zari in our sarees has brought about a whole new spectrum in the party wear segment. The amalgamation of zari as border work has restricted the blingy affair so as to enable one to use these sarees on simple get together too. take a look at the sarees at Sujatra and we are sure you would love the way it has been used to bring about a novelty of the idea.
If we trace the actual inspiration behind this technique, it would lead us back to the Medieval times where zari was used on silk fabric. Believed to be originated in the then Persia, it was embraced by the Mughals as part of their royal trousseau. Later the art form underwent a change as the real zari which was made of pure gold and silver gave way to imitation zari which was cheaper in cost. But the art has retained its aura of marvel and even today they are worn during special occasion and festivals. Use of zari is known for the refined work, exquisite pattern and exceptional grace.
Browse through the zari work sarees at Sujatra to see how they are so different from their usual perception, still retaining their original flavor intact. The designer motifs of zari are all so unique and alluring that you would certainly be tempted to buy them. Get them home not only to show reverence to one of the most ancient handicrafts of the world but also to add opulent addition to your ethnic wardrobe. Shine your way through, lovely ladies!!