Indian saree is one of the most successful evergreen dress of Indian sub-continent. One of the famous types is printed sarees. Different type of printing is done at fabrics. Printed saris look very pretty. They are also available in handloom forms. Pictures of printed saree can be seen on our website. If you are looking for printed saree shop visit our online saree catalog which gives you exclusive collection of printed saris for casual wear, georgette printed saree, latest printed sari in different colors and designs for online shopping.
The printed sarees are an extremely versatile garment. Printed sari is the traditional outfit for women in Bangladesh. It simply consists of a single, rectangular piece of material, five to six yards in length, accommodating any size. The style, color, and texture of this material vary according to region and caste.
When comes to draping printed Saree, avoid big prints, as it gives a gaudy and a huge look. Delicate print on a printed sari, gives a delicate look. Dark skin color women should generally buy dark colours like maroon, green, dark pink etc. Red and yellow printed sarees are hot this season. Lehariya saree is yet another option of printed sari. Lehariya sarees/saris are catching the eyes of young girls.
The happy floral prints are never going anywhere. They look lively and make for a wonderful drape. You can flaunt infinite floral prints that may range from rose, lilies, sunflower and more. Floral printed sarees are your soulmates on days when you feel like present your cheerful side. Drape these for sunday brunch or weekend hangouts at your folk’s place. Spruce the floral look with pretty pearls or just a pair of contenporary earrrings.
A number of printing technique has been developed in different centers. They are direct printing, resist printing, and screen printing. In certain cases, the cloth is painted by using by using a pen with dyes and mordants. This method is known as kalamkari, a pen work. In others, the techniques of printing and kalamkari are combined by printing the outline of the design and filling in the details with a kalam, a pen.
The kalamkari technique was used mostly in the large painted hangings used in temples, which depicted scenes from the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. So go on, express your love for Indian myths with some wonderful kalamkari sarees.
The batik technique is a development from this form of resist printing. Here the fabric is painted with molten wax and then dye in cold dyes after which the cloth is washed inhot water. This results in the melting of the wax and emergence of the patterns cloth. The effect of the resist technique in printing is soft and subdued and the outlines are not so clearly defined in the case of the painted batik.
The important centers for hand printing in Rajasthan are Jaipur, Sanganer, Bagroo, Pali and Barmer and many others. In Gujarat state, Mandvi, Dhamadka, Mundra, Anjar, Jamanagar and Surendernagar, Jaitpur, Ahmedabad, Vadodara and deesa are important centers of printing. In Kuch, printing on silk and cotton was perfected a long time ago. The local handloom satin, known as gajji, was used for printing ordhnis, chaddars and yardage material for skirts. Farrukhabad, in Uttar Pradesh is an important printing centre. Nearly 15 different tree-of-life patterns have been evolved here and even today large wooden blocks for printing a five-foot long tree-of-life with foliage, flowers, birds and animals are available with the printer.
Kolkata has developed its own motifs for printed saris, based on the folk tradition of the area as well as its textile weaves. Alpana design done on the floor and Daccai design have been adapted for printing.
Abstract, digital, geometric and block prints are among the finest Indian prints that look lovely in office, al fresco lunch and spring summer parties. With so many colors to choose from, countless patterns and motifs, you have a world of options to let the prints do the talking for you.