Make your wedding dresses classy with renewed Jamawar and Katan.
Revival of Jamawar and Katan gives a blend of traditions, customized to give comfort and affection to its valued customers.
Jamawar and Katan have never actually gone out of fashion. Still, there have been efforts to revive this exquisite material for formal wedding dresses in women. Revival of Jamawar and Katan gives a blend of traditions, customized to give comfort and affection to its valued customers. The word “Jama” implies a robe and by “War" we mean yard. This woven material was named Jamawar because of its high preference by the Kings and the elites. It is worn in the form of a shawl to be wrapped around thus the trade name “Jamawar”.
This impressible wool with a mixture of cotton is an elegant material and therefore Jamawar is demanded highly these days for Pishwas bodies, chudri dar pajamas and for the colored panels in A-line shirts.
The revival of Jamawar has provided us with an extensive variety of colors and complex designs.
Other types of Jamawar shawls include: Rega-butta-which have small floral patterns; Kirkh-Buties-these designs have large floral outline and Jaldars-they have net like design. The original Jamawar shawls are however expensive to buy.
Today, many embellishments are made in Jamawar with sequins, dabka work, goata, beeds and swaroski crystals. Tapestry is also used to enhance and decorate the woven pattern. Also, there are approximately fifty colors found in these Jamawar shawls including turquoise, purple, blue, green, red and yellow to name a few. This art was revived first by India through the introduction of Jamawar saris by establishing a shawl weaving centre. These saris vary from rich to delicate pastels.
On the other hand, Katan is popular for its ability to refine the texture and its extraordinary color scheme and designs have no parallel match anywhere else. Revival of smart Katan has enabled it to be available in markets with multi-colored embroidery, mooti, resham work, beads, sequins, cut dana and tie n dye dupattas with matching gypsy kurtis. This cloth is available at competitive prices and is also provided at prompt delivery. The classy fabric is thus affordable by everyone. Katan is made with twisting a number of different silk threads. Majorly it’s used for wrapping light fabric.
If anyone plans to experiment with their traditional clothes especially saris or other kinds of wedding dresses, they can revive their fashion statement with modern Jamawar and Katan silk. For a sari, one can adjust the pallu by draping the sari in any way they like in order to be the trend setter. Hence, remember that by using Jamawar and Katan in your wedding dresses, you can make the entire outfit look extremely chic and trendy.