Gandaberunda Saree – Brown
This series of sarees expresses our love for precious metals and their shades. Find a mix of zari, thread, pearls, sequins and other traditional and contemporary hand embroidery ingredients on these sarees to make our favourite QoH motifs.
This saree is woven in Andhra Pradesh/ Telangana and hand dyed in Rajasthan which adds a dull lustre to the silver/gold Ganga Jamuna borders and changes the shade of the zari to copper, bronze, beaten silver and other such metal shades.
The Gandaberunda Motif:
This bird has a deep historical link to the Mysuru Kingdom and it is the symbol of the Royal family of Mysore. It is also currently the official insignia of Karnataka.
According to Hindu Mythology, the Gandaberunda is said to possess immense magical strength. When Lord Vishnu, the Mediator, assumed the avatar of Narasimha to defeat Hiranyakashyapu, it created such a sense of fear amongst the other Gods that they sought the help of Lord Shiva. This, in turn, angered Narasimha even more, which led him to turn into the two-headed bird – The Gandaberunda.
Till date, Gandaberunda is a symbol of great power and welfare of people.
Material: Handloom Cotton.
Care: DRY CLEAN ONLY.
Colour: Peach. Slight difference in colour from the visible product image is possible.
Note: Blouse worn by model is not part of the saree.
Delivery: Will be dispatched within 3 – 10 working days of confirmed order with payment.