Material : BHAGAL PURI KHINCHA SILK
Dimension : 6.5 miter with blouses
This is a silk saree with a cream-colored Madhubani/Mithila painting and Gota Patti work. Madhubani/Mithila painting is a traditional art form from the Mithila region of Bihar, India, known for its bright colors and intricate patterns. Gota Patti is a type of embroidery that uses gold or silver thread to create designs on fabric. The combination of the Madhubani/Mithila painting and Gota Patti work on this saree creates a beautiful and unique piece of clothing. The cream color of the silk provides a neutral background for the colorful painting and shimmering embroidery. Sarees are a traditional garment worn by women in India and are often associated with formal occasions such as weddings and religious ceremonies.
Country of Origin - India
ABOUT Roots Tale
The rationale behind RootsTale: The Inspiration and the Birth As a woman journalist for over 20 years, I worked for media houses, public radio broadcaster and as an independent documentary film maker. All these exposed me to the beautiful stories of grassroots artisans from different parts of India. These stories, starting from their learning process of such wonderful art form through their parents and grandparents and then to become full-fledged art producers and their journey to getting exposed to local markets fascinated me tremendously. During my interaction, one common challenge I found... Read More