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    Holly Handblocks - Prints on Maheshwari Handwoven Sarees

    By Admin | On 2020-09-09 11:33:08 |

    Holly Handblocks Prints on Maheshwari Handwoven Sarees  Latest Range of Handblock Prints on Handwoven Maheshwari Silk Cotton sarees with Variation of Multiple Art Shapes e.g. Geometrical, Warli Prints, Flower Jaal, and Much more with Dark and Pastel shades. Printed by our Skilled Printer from Maheshwar itself and Borders are crafted by our Master Weaver "Nitish Maheshwari (Soni Ji) ". For More information and Product Inquiry contact us :  Maheshwari Handloom Works Trusted manufacturers & Wholesalers 198/1, MG Road, Maheshwar 451224, Madhya Pradesh Contact : +91 7389425757  

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    Master Weaver of Maheshwari Silk Sarees | Maheshwari Handloom Works

    By Admin | On 2020-07-22 12:51:06 |

    Master Weaver of Maheshwari Silk Sarees | Maheshwari Handloom Works Leading Manufacturer & Master Weavers of Maheshwari Handwoven Silk Sarees and Dress Materials. We operate more than Hundred Handlooms with Many Patterns of Sarees and Dupattas with a large variation of Border and Fabric Design and weaving techniques. Designs are very with the Dobby Apparatus used for Weaving Patterns upper side of the loom and lie with the Thin Rope/Dori. Colors of Warp We can do vary with the  help of "KANDI" Bobbin loaded with Cotton Dyed Thread with the help of "Charkha". for more production related information or Customised Order Please ...

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    Maheshwari Fabric Mantra

    By Admin | On 2019-07-25 07:44:40 |

    Maheshwari fabric was originated in Maheshwar in Madhya Pradesh, India in the 18 th century. Fabric has geometrical motifs and borders in zari and resham, designs inspired by stone carvings and detailing at the Maheshwar Fort. The fabric has an extremely fine texture obtained from a unique weaving style. It is light and airy to wear, has elasticity and fine thread count leading to a glossy finish, making it a perfect wear for all seasons. The colors are made using natural vegetable dyes. Back in the history, maheshwari sarees were used as special gifts for royal relatives by Maharani Ahilyabai ...

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    Chanderi Fabric Mantra

    By Admin | On 2019-07-25 07:39:17 |

    Chanderi is a town situated in Ashoknagar district of Madhya Pradesh, India.  weaving pattern in Chanderi produces finely textured fabrics of silk and cotton embellished with zari woven work. Motifs on the fabric come in varied designs from traditional coin and flowers to geometrical shapes. Chanderi fabric is known for its sheer texture, lightweight, and glossy transparency, setting it apart from textiles produced en masse in factories. The thread used is of extremely fine quality and never comes out even after long use, retaining the fabric’s appearance for long. Chanderi Weaving focuses mainly on Motifs and Pallu weaving While Maheshwari has ...

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    Bagh Print Mantra

    By Admin | On 2019-07-25 07:34:25 |

    Bagh Print was is traditional hand block print with natural colors is now practiced in Bagh, Dhar district in Madhya Pradesh. Innovative geometric and floral designs inspired by nature are printed on the fabric using wooden blocks, few of them even 100 or 200 years old. A spectacular feature of bagh prints is the use of natural colors, mainly red, black, khaki and indigo. We offer Bagh prints on Maheshwari cotton silk Fabric, making it a perfect wear for all seasons. Bagh Print can be done on any kind of Silk and Cotton based fabric i.e. Pure Cotton, Silk, Silk ...

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    Maheshwari Sarees from looms by Weavers of Maheshwar, Madhya Pradesh

    By Admin | On 2018-11-18 19:59:37 |

    We bring out the Royal Traditional Culture From Heritage and Ancient city Maheshwar of Madhya Pradesh which is known for its Incredible Sarees named Maheshwari Handloom Sarees. It is World famous because of its Handwoven Speciality which is weaved by Handlooms by a weaver, Who is making this kind of Creation in a whole day. It is more likely to wear in a casual attire just because of its contain Cotton in material, Basically, it is Weaved by Silk and Cotton in Warp and Weft Respectively. Many of the Bollywood actresses are showing interest in this category of Handwoven Sarees, ...

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    Maheshwari Handloom has been Registered

    By Admin | On 2018-10-01 09:03:04 |

    Now Maheshwari Handloom has been Registered with Logo Design, we are pleased to inform we are now successfully Registered with Trade Mark Ministry for our Design of Logo, now we are having our Copyrights to protect our Trade Mark Design.

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    Maheshwari sarees for festivals Fashion

    By Admin | On 2018-07-26 15:46:57 |

    enormous varieties of Madhya Pradesh’s one of the oldest fabric materials, Maheshwari. There is a wonderful collection of sarees, suits and dress materials in Maheshwari, Chanderi and Silk materials.   It is to be noted that Maheshwari cloth material is always liked by the people and also attracts the tourists as well. More than 60 different designs in Maheshwar material are displayed in exhibition from Khargone district of the State. There is an array of vibrant colours like green, ocean green and ocean blue along with shades of yellow, brown, sky colours and colours in contrast. Maheshwari printed sarees with ...

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    Handloom handwoven Maheshwari Saress latest Collection

    By Admin | On 2018-07-18 09:51:23 |

    Latest Collection of Maheshwari Handloom Silk Sarees with Buti weaving in pallu and body. Maheshwari Buti weaving sarees online. With beautiful colors. 

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    Maheshwari Sarees Shopping Places

    By Admin | On 2018-06-03 11:27:23 |

    The Maheshwari saree comes from the Maheshwar town of Madhya Pradesh. The tradition of handloom weaving in Maheshwar has been prevalent since the 5th century. Legends say that Rani Ahilya Bai Holkar invited craftsmen from Surat and Malwa and employed them in Maheshwar to design exclusive saree for gifting the visitors of the royal palace. This is how the tradition of Maheshwari saree came into being. Chanderi sarees show the blend of different culture and differ from Maheshwari saree in the weaving style and patterns. They also slightly differ in the border design. Maheshwari Handloom works, Maheshwar Maheshwar is ...

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