Tangaliya Cotton Handwoven Royal Blue Color Border Saree
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Tangaliya silk or cotton saree is made through using the craft Tangaliya. Its a handwoven process in which a weaver painstakingly goes through for 20 days.
Tangaliya is 700 years old .
Tangaliya weaving, also known as Daana weaving is practiced in Surendranagar district of Gujarat. This form of weaving not only requires high skill but also an eye for detail.
Tangaliya is a labor-intensive and painstaking process. Contrasts colored threads are twisted onto a group of four to five threads of Warp, creating dana, or beadwork. The fabric is constructed in plain weave. The geometric patterns give the impression of delicate embroidery but are actually weaving. The weavers’ fingers sense exactly the right number of warp threads and twist extra weft around them. The result is a glorious geometric pattern, tiny, white dots lighting up rich, dark fabrics. The motif vocabulary of Daana weaving mainly constitutes of the elements present in the community’s environment.These are authentic heirloom sarees.