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    What is Bandhani? 

    It is ornamented by plucking the fabric with the fingernails into multiple small bindings that produce a figurative pattern, a type of tie-dyed fabric known as bandhani is ornamented. In Sanskrit, bandhani means \"to tie\"). Today, the majority of bandhani manufacturing plants are located in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Sindh, Punjab, and Tamil Nadu, where it is known as sungudi. The paintings from the sixth century exhibit the oldest instance of the most common type of Bandhani dots. In Tamil and regional dialects, Bandhani is also known as ...

    What is Bandhani? 

    It is ornamented by plucking the fabric with the fingernails into multiple small bindings that produce a figurative pattern, a type of tie-dyed fabric known as bandhani is ornamented. In Sanskrit, bandhani means "to tie"). Today, the majority of bandhani manufacturing plants are located in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Sindh, Punjab, and Tamil Nadu, where it is known as sungudi. The paintings from the sixth century exhibit the oldest instance of the most common type of Bandhani dots. In Tamil and regional dialects, Bandhani is also known as Bandhej, Bandhani, Piliya, and Chungidi. Depending on how the fabric is tied, other tying methods include Mothra, Ekdali, and Shikari. The finished goods are referred to by a number of names, including Khombi, Ghar Chola, Patori, and Chandrokhani.

    The bandhani technique necessitates a high degree of aptitude. Depending on how the fabric is tied, such as Chandrakala, BavanBaug, or Shikari, the technique involves dying a fabric that has been firmly knotted with thread at numerous locations. The main colours utilised in bandhani are yellow, red, blue, green, and black.

    Natural colours are the primary colours utilised in bandhani. Because Bandhani is a tie-and-dye procedure, the best colours and combinations are achievable because the dying is done by hand.

    The Khatri population of Kutch and Saurashtra has been responsible for all Bandhani craftsmanship. Thousands of tiny knots, called "Bheendi" in the native language of "Gujarati," can be found throughout a metre-long piece of fabric. The knots are opened to expose the pattern after being dyed in vibrant colours. The completed products have historically been categorised as "khombi," "Ghar Chola," "Chandrakhani," "Shikari," "Chowkidaar," and "Ambadaal."

    India's Ahmedabad is well-known for its bandhani. Rajasthan is another state that produces bandhani art, but the Kutch and Saurashtra regions of Gujarat are distinguished by their use of various colours and patterns.

    Different colours in Bandhani signify different things. People think that a newlywed's life will be lucky if they wear red.

    Buy a Traditional Bandhani Blouse

    Buy a traditional Bandhani blouse at Itokri in beautiful and vibrant colours and designs. An adaptable item of apparel, the Bandhani blouse can be worn in a variety of ways. 

    The blouse was initially intended to be worn with the Bandhani saree, a traditional saree from the same town. This results in a timeless, refined appearance.

    Try out various draping techniques: You can alter the way the saree is draped to alter how the blouse appears. Try draping in various styles. 

    Accessorise:Add some glitz to your ensemble by wearing the blouse with jhumkas, a necklace, or bangles, traditional Indian jewellery.

    Crop top version: The blouse also works as a crop top. For a more contemporary appearance, pair it with a skirt, palazzo pants, or jeans.

    Layer it: Layer the blouse over a collared shirt or a t-shirt for a chic and contemporary look.

    Experiment with different colours: Bandhani blouses come in a variety of colours. Try pairing it with different coloured sarees for a different look.

    Ultimately, the key to styling a  Bandhani blouse is to have fun with it and experiment with different looks to find what works best for you.

    Why Choose iTokri?

    iTokri is a creative hub created by gifted Indian artisans, whose work is honoured here in an original and eco-friendly way to offer them the respect they really deserve and a safe internet presence. Along with expanding across the country to satisfy the needs and tastes of Indian women, iTokri also promotes the commitment of these artists. You don't have to worry about rushing to the store in a hurry to buy the perfect dress for the perfect occasion. Customers can easily and quickly buy the products of their choice from the comfort of their homes thanks to efforts made by iTokri. You can checkout and grab beautiful  Indian Craft products  from itokri an  online handloom store at very reasonable prices like  Bandhani fabrics,  Bandhani tie dye,  bandhani sarees,  bandhani dress material,  bandhani cotton dress material,  bandhani skirts,  bandhani kaftans,bandhani kurtis and a lot of other beautiful clothing material and  fabrics at Itokri.  

    FAQs 

    What is Bandhani also known as?

    In Tamil and regional dialects, Bandhej, Bandhani, Piliya, and Chungidi are additional names for Bandhani. Other techniques for tying fabrics include Mothra, Ekdali, and Shikari, depending on how the fabric is tied. The final products go by many names, such as Khombi, Ghar Chola, Patori, and Chandrakhani.

    Can we wear a bandhani blouse on any kind of saree?

    Yes, Bandhani blouses can be paired with any sarees as they have really beautiful prints and look very gorgeous if paired with any plain sarees. 

    Is Bandhani blouse perfect for party wear sarees?

    Yes, Bandhani could be perfect clothing for a party to wear saree as Gujaratis have a huge fan following of bandhani sarees and on weddings puja or on any big and auspicious occasion they prefer wearing sarees.

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