Uppada Jamdhani Saree
The Uppada Jamdani silk saree dates back to the 18th century when Jamdani, a Persian word, denoting an art of weaving that originated in Bengal, was revived and introduced to weavers in the twin coastal villages of Uppada-Kothapalli in the Kakinada district of Andhra Pradesh.
The saree, also coined as Andhra Uppada is inspired by the Jamdani tradition but maintains a distinct local character resulting in acquisition of a GI tag in 2009, with paisley, floral and geometric motifs woven on the finest of pure silk. Cotton is used for both Warp and Weft and Zari for Extra Warp & Extra Weft. Threads are interlaced to form the designs and no wonder, the magnificence of the saree shines through every thread.
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? Suggested dry cleaning
? Do not squeeze or wring
? Dry on clean horizontal surface under shade
? Store in clean and dry place, away from insects, dust, excessive light and moisture
|135 × 135 × 540 m