This series of sarees expresses our love for precious metals and their shades. Find a mix of zari,...
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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 Nath Motif:
A Nath a.k.a. the nose pin or nose stud or nose ring.
In the Indian culture, piercing the nose is a way of paying respect to Goddess Parvati.
Goddess Parvati has many names and every name has a different symbolic meaning…. each one of them stands for the different roles that a woman plays in her life cycle.
- Kamakshi – Goddess of love and devotion
- Annapoorna – symbolic of all that is complete
- Durga/Chandi – the Goddesses that slayed demons like Durgamasur and Mahisasura
- Kali – A ferocious Goddess whose violence was actually symbolic of motherly love.
- Lalita – the playful Goddess
Indian women are also known to worship Goddess Parvati to bring about marriage and to resolve conflicts between couples. Goddess Parvati is also worshipped for fertility, marital bliss and self –discipline.
Hence, a Nath is also said to symbolize marriage.
Material: Handloom Cotton.
Care: DRY CLEAN ONLY.
Colour: Bright Pink. 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 7 - 10 working days of confirmed order with payment.