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No Two Handmade Items Are Exactly Alike. Variations In Color, Shading, Texture, Shape And Grain Are Inherent In A Handmade Item. That'S The Beauty Of Our Jhakhas Weavers From Different Locations Which Describes Our Indian Diversified Culture.

Every Inch Of The Yarn That Forms A Hand Knit Garment Once Flowed Through The Fingers Of The Maker Who Knit The Garment With Intention And Purpose. Who Wouldn’T Take Extra Special Care Of Such An Item. Jhakhas.Com Take Cares Of The Weavers As Well As Clients.

Now if you need to know more about our various weaves before buying please have a look on some simple questions answered for you - 


What Is Saree?

The Sari (Also Spelled As 'Saree'), Is A 6.5 Meter Running Fabric Traditionally Worn By Women Across The Globe But Most Popular In India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh And Nepal.

The Saree Standard Length Is 5.5 Meter Long The Blouse Standard Length In Meter Is 0.80 To 0.90 Cm (Length). Saree Always Worn With A Petticoat Or Inner Skirt Which Is Worn First And Saree Is Wrapped Around. The Blouse Fabric Is Used To Get Designer Blouses Stitched In Various Designer Neck Patterns And Sleeves Styles.

What is Salwar Kameez ?

Salwar Kameez Is A Traditional 3 Piece Ensemble Worn By Women, It Consist Of 3 Items - Top (Kurta/Kurti,Anarkali) , Salwar(Pant/Chudidar/Patiyala/Plazzo) And A Raw Fabric Which Is Known As Dupatta Or Chunari Or Sometimes Odni. Generally The Fabric Preferred For Salwar Suit Is Cotton, Georgette And Silk With Dupatta Options Based On Occasion But The Fabric Used For Dupatta Is Chiffon, Silk, Georgette, Cotton Etc.

What Is Chikankari Saree?

Chikan Work Means Lucknowi Embroidery And The Chikankari Sarees Are Adorned With Intricate And Beautiful Thread Embroidery On A Fabric, While Saree Is Usually Made Out Of Cotton, Chiffon Or Georgette Fabric.

Many Women Arond The Globe Love Chikankari Sarees And Most Loved Colors Are White Chikanakri Saree, Red Chikanakri Saree Or Black Chikankari Saree.

What Are Different Types Of Chikankari Sarees ?

The Famous Chikankari Saree Type Is Tepchi Work Chikanakri Saree Which Has Thin Lucknowi Chikanakri Work Same Work On All Over Saree. Another Type Of Chikankari Saree Is Designer Chikankari Saree With Border And Designer Boota Work And Uplifted The Look With Mukaish And Gota Patti Work.

What Is Dupatta?

Dupatta Is A Long Scarf Or Running Fabric Loved By Every Women Who Love To Wear Traditional Outfits. The Dupatta Is Also Worn Over The Hindu Outfit Of Lehenga Or Ghagra- Choli.

The Dupatta Is Generally 2.5 Meter Long And Made On Chiffon, Cotton , Silk Or Georgette Fabric And Worn As Plain Dupatta In Many Colors Or Embroidered Dupatta Or Lace Work Dupatta.

It Is Traditionally Worn Across Both Shoulders But With Time Many People Started Showing Various Options Of Draping Dupatta In Modren Stylish Ways.

However Material For The Dupatta Varies According To The Need And Occasion The Other Names For Dupatta Are Chunri And Chunni (Sometimes Shortened To 'Unni' By Many Gujaratis).

What is Organza Fabric?

Organza Is A Semi Transparent Light Weight Fabric Which Is Is Produced From Silk.Organza Fabric Is Used To Make The Sarees, Suits, Designer Dupattas And Lehengas. The Fabric Is Sometimes Manufactured Using Synthetic Materials Like Nylon Or Polyester Mixed With Silk Thread To Give It Little Shiny Look.

The Famous Uses Of Organza Now A Days Can Be Seen In Floral Organza Styles. In Year 2020 Most Of The Famous Designers Used The Floral Organza Fabric To Craft Classic Lehengas , Sarees And Dupattas.The Great Designer Sabyasachi'S Flroal Organza Collection Was Loved By Everyone Across The Fashion Industry.

Jhakhas Also Have Beautiful Floral Organza Salwar Suit And Beautiful Floral Organza Dupatta & Designer Organza Sarees.

What Is Gota Patti Work?

Gota Work Is A Type Of Indian Embroidery That Originated In Rajasthan, India. It Uses The Applique Technique. Small Pieces Of Zari Ribbon Are Applied Onto The Fabric With The Edges Sewn Down To Create Elaborate Patterns. Gota Embroidery Is Used Extensively In South Asian Wedding And Formal Clothes.

When You Buy A Product From Jhakhas.Com, You Are Directly Support A Indian Weavers And Artist. But It’S Not Just About Money. Each Purchase, Gives The Artist, The Maker, The Crafts Person A Confidence In Their Product, Chance To Develop Their Skills Further, Opportunity To Re-Invest The Money Back To Their Business And Carry On Producing Beautiful Works Of Art.


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