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    The Speciality of Mangalgiri Blouse Fabrics 

    Mangalgiri fabrics are a prominent handloom item from Andhra Pradesh. Mangalgiri is named after the town of Mangalgiri, which is 12 kilometres from Vijayawada. Mangalgiri is well-known for its exquisite sarees and for being a renowned pilgrimage place. This unique mangalgiri fabric features beautiful tribal designs woven in cotton and zari o...

    The Speciality of Mangalgiri Blouse Fabrics 

    Mangalgiri fabrics are a prominent handloom item from Andhra Pradesh. Mangalgiri is named after the town of Mangalgiri, which is 12 kilometres from Vijayawada. Mangalgiri is well-known for its exquisite sarees and for being a renowned pilgrimage place. This unique mangalgiri fabric features beautiful tribal designs woven in cotton and zari or golden coloured patterns in small checks. Mangalgiri saree's pallu (edge) is embellished with a striped motif, a traditional tribal ornament composed of golden embroidery. Mangalgiri blouse materials are available in various bright colours to look very attractive.

    Cotton yarn purchased from mills is used to produce Mangalgiri cotton fabric. After that, the cotton yarn is boiled in water and caustic soda for a few hours before being dyed. If the yarn is used to make white coloured sarees, it is bleached before weaving; otherwise, chemical dyes are used to colour the yarn. The yarn is sun-dried after being dyed and is now ready for weaving. Because mangalgiri blouse fabrics only feature a zari border, the cloth is solely woven on pit looms, allowing the weaver to exert significantly greater energy during the weaving process without gaps. Mangalgiri textiles are distinguished from other weaves by this feature. There are no decorations on the main body of the Mangalgiri cotton fabric. Instead, the Nizam border and pallu are adorned with zari or golden thread work. The tribal designs inspired these geometrical and basic designs. Buy the best quality mangalgiri cotton blouse material from iTokri. 

    Why buy from iTokri 

    If you want to buy mangalgiri blouse fabrics to give your saree a beautiful look, consider shopping from iTokri. iTokri, an  Indian handicraft store, is one of the finest handloom stores, assisting Indian artisans in honing their craft and showcasing their brilliance to the rest of the world through their complex works. Aside from Mangalgiri materials online in India, you can also shop online for  cotton blouse materials,  sarees online,  women's skirts,  Kurtis online,  designer dupattas online, and other different collections of  fabrics online. Also, look at the current summer collections, including  kaftans, Kurtis, and more.

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    1. What is Mangalagiri cotton fabric?

    Mangalgiri handlooms are often made of cotton, silk blends, or mercerized cotton. Mangalagiri blouse fabrics are distinguished by a thick zari border or striped zari threads. Mangalagiri saris have a sharp finish to the fabric.

    2. What is Mangalgiri silk?

    Mangalagiri Sarees and fabrics are woven on handlooms in Mangalagiri. Mangalagiri is a town in the Guntur District of AP, India. Mangalagiri Pattu sarees are a one-of-a-kind variation woven from pure silk/cotton with distinctive characteristics like Zari.

    3. What is Mangalagiri famous for?

    Mangalagiri is a town in the Guntur District and a Mandal. Since 225 B.C., the settlement has been known to exist. However, the Sri Panakala Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple is the town's most famous attraction. On a mountain in Mangalagiri, this temple is dedicated to Lord Narasimha (man-lion). Because of the world-famous handloom sarees and garment fabrics woven here, Mangalagiri holds a special place on the world textile map.

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