Designer Rajyalakshmi Gubba Exclusive Unveiled and Showcase her Special Collection “Forgotten weaves of Banars " on National Handloom Day
On this National Handloom Day we have curated a special collection named “Forgotten weaves of Banarsi “ in this particular category of banaras sarees the oldest techniques of banarsi which revolved during the Mughal era are showcased. Weaves like kadwa, jaaldaar, Tanchoi meenakari on satin silk and Poona silk base are our highlights. These collections are a perfect blend of art and beauty. These sarees are here to stay and be the most cherished collection of a Handloom lovers wardrobe. It’s been a total joy and achievement to bring back these forgotten weaves to the nawab city of Hyderabad.
Important of National Handloom Day.
Handloom industry occupies a prominent place in decentralized industrial sector of India. Each region of India has its own textile tradition and is known for the production of distinct varieties of material.
Therefore National handloom day is as equally important day like our other national celebration days. Considering the diminishing handloom market and the dying of these art forms it’s very important to bring in awareness of handlooms to our coming generations and for ourselves to keep them alive and going.