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                                                      Indian ethnic is all about handlooms

Traditional handlooms, weaves that come from manually operated looms, are from historical times, that have seen glorious times, the patronage of royalty and the encouragement of a populace totally dependent on it for clothing themselves. Handlooms and weaving came up out of a need that led to their discovery, but the devotion and toil of those that chose to make it their livelihood breathed life into these fabrics with their concepts, execution, finesse and flavor transformed a simple process into a complex art.

India famous for its traditional handlooms, especially salwar kameez, sarees and many other fabrics, has had a glorious past in handlooms and a bright future in fashion fabrics. Handlooms are the soul of Indian ethnic, the means of livelihood for millions with a glorious past and a promising future. Their presence in Indian fashion has given it a niche place, an identity in international fashion.

Handloom of India

Handloom fabrics are woven across the length and breadth of India at different locations, each location having its own tradition of weaving. There are innumerable varieties of sarees with names based on the locations where they traditionally belong. Each variety has its peculiarities, forms of adornment, its special characteristics and the making process. Some varieties are even attached to royal times based on the encouragement received from their respective benefactor rulers, some others a background of how they have evolved over time. Weaving is roughly the same process all over, it is the manner in which additions are made during the weave, after it, the coloring, the other processes typical to each variety that create the shades of difference. The salwar kameez that once was only a traditional garment like the saree has by virtue of handlooms reached the level of a fashion statement.

What is a handloom?

A loom is a device used to make cloth. The loom holds the warp threads under tension longitudinally, to facilitate the interweaving of the weft threads laterally. There are very many looms and though shapes and the mechanics vary, the basic purpose is to weave cloth. Cloth from looms, mostly operated by hand, other than the power loom are defined or known as handlooms.

 

Cotton – well-suited for handlooms

Cotton is a fine natural fibre whose fabric is soft, light, airy and very comfortable, especially during the summer season. It is durable, has good affinity to colours and is skin-friendly. Handloom cottons are woven on hand operated looms as against mass produced cotton fabrics woven on power looms. Cotton handlooms offer good canvas for designs, patterns and motifs. With good blending qualities, cotton handlooms of traditional styles such as Gadwal cotton salwar suits, Uppada silk punjabi suits, Pochampalli cotton punjabi suits, Kanchi cotton punjabi suits, Mangalagiri cotton salwar suits, Venkatagiri cotton salwars, Narayanpet, Rasipuram, Kerala, Chettinad, Banaras, Kota, Orissa, Bengal have been used with silk to get blended Sico salwar kameez and Cotton silk salwar suits fabrics of very good quality and durablity. Since they offer good canvas for prints, beautiful designer versions are available using traditional block bagru and dabu prints in a wide range of extremely vibrant and pleasing colours.

Other fibres in handlooms

Silk, jute, linen, and other natural fibre threads are also used to create wonderful handloom fabrics. While silk and cotton have tensile strength to be stretched in the weaving process, some of the other natural fibres achieve their strength in the making of fabrics only through blending with silk or cotton. Artificial or man-made fibres like chiffon, georgette are also used to make fabrics like salwar kameez on hand operated looms.

Buy Online Handloom salwar kameez from Unnati Silks

Unnati Silks with its three decade long association with traditional varieties of sarees and salwar kameez and direct interaction with master weavers across India has provided delightful fabric fare in Handloom cotton and silks of enchanting prints, exotic designs and eye-catching colourful combinations. You have handlooms with extraordinarily bewitching batik prints. There are screen printed online salwar suits with lovely patch borders with block printed floral art and fancy patterns. You also have pigment printed Punjabi suits online with catchy motifs and complemented by shiny zari thread borders. Weaves of quality, patterns and designs that are most trending, embroidery that is exclusive and intricate, colours that are fast and vibrant, the spread on display to buy online, is at prices most attractive, be it wholesale or retail.

 

Buy Handloom salwar kameez online and get the Unnati advantage

Unnati Silks, largest ethnic Indian shop online provides for you to buy designer handloom cotton salwar kameez online with matching dupatta for sale. Online shopping store with the widest range of ethnic Indian Saris online and Salwar Kameez online. At Unnati Silks, you can buy chudidar kameez online from the exclusive range of salwar suits - a unique, fancy, exclusive collection of Traditional, Wedding, bridal attire, stylish, party, trendy fashion, formal, corporate, office, daily casual salwars in pure silk salwar suits, pure cotton punjabi suits, sico, georgette salwar kameez, chiffon, dupion sik punjabi suitstussar silk salwar kameez, organza, salwar kameez crepe, gicha, jute salwar kameez and other fabric varieties at attractive prices.

You can purchase handloom cotton, silk salwar suits online at Unnati silks and the products will be dispatched within 24 working hours of placing the order. We have free shipping and Cash on Delivery (COD) facility for Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Bhopal, Indore, Lucknow, Jaipur, Patna, Bhubaneshwar, Dispur, Itanagar, Kohima, Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Amritsar, Jullundur, Ernakulam and many other Indian cities and towns. We also do Worldwide fast shipping or express shipping to countries like UK, Canada, USA, Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, South Africa, Seychelles, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, Bahrain, UAE, Qatar, Oman, Dubai, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Myanmar, Mauritius, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives, Bhutan, Grenada, Jamaica, Saint Lucia and many more.