Raw Silk fabric with embroidery has historically dominated the fashion and textile industries. This centuries-old tradition of sketching designs on fabric can be found in many nations throughout the world.Read More
Silk is a popular fabric because of its high quality. Because silk stitching is an ancient Chinese skill, it is becoming more popular than ever in India. Only the traditional stories and features of the kings and queens of that era may explain the amazing detail in the silk embroidery materials and craftsmanship. Silk embroidery was also favoured by Mughals and royal kings of India, and it was prominently featured on their clothes.
Raw silk, also known as ‘Paat' in Eastern India, ‘Resham' in Urdu and Hindu dialect, and ‘Pattu' in southern India, is the most natural type of delicate fibre that can be weaved into various fabrics and clothing simply and smoothly. India is now the world's second-largest producer of raw silk fabric with embroidery, with China taking the lead. India's major states have taken over about 97 per cent of the output.
Raw Silk is produced in a number of cities, including Bhagalpur and Pochampally. Even today, the fibre’s essence is beautifully coloured and weaved by hand, with inherent Silver strands interlaced throughout the fabric. This cloth has the potential to adapt into any location, regardless of the season, for religious occasions, marriage ceremonies, and many other traditional get-togethers. This fabric is mostly used by young brides, which adds to the look's grandeur and royal feel. So next time if you wear a gold raw silk fabric, you are going to light up the room in awe!
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