Blue Gharchola Red Border Saree
Beautiful combination of gharchola and golden jangla weaving throughout the saree with contrasting red patterned floral zari border giving a traditional look to the entire saree. Contrasting red broad palla with patterned golden zari weaving. The blouse is kept simple with floral boota segregated with a border (in the same color as palla).
Originating from the Khambat (Cambay) region of Gujarat, Gharcholas have been used for years in Gujarati weddings. A sub-set of Bandhani (Indian tie and dye art), Gharchola was earlier made by traditional weavers and Bandhani workers. The dying process of Gharchola is historically associated with Jamnagar, as it’s believed that the water quality of Jamnagar is excellent for producing the rich red colours of Gharcholas.
All the way from Ahmedabad! There are many cultural practices and religious/ ritualistic symbols associated with this integral aspect of Indian society. Gharchola is one of them! Best combination of gharchola and jangla weaving enhances the beauty of the saree.
1) Dry clean only.
1) Fall and piko has not been done in the above saree.