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17/02/2022 / Poted by: AMISHA MITTAL
Linen is the strongest natural fibre known to man and is frequently passed down as a family heritage. The word “linen” derives from West Germanic and is related to the Latin name for the flax plant, Linum. Linen weave sarees are pleasant to wear in hot weather because of their qualities.
02/03/2022 / Poted by: AMISHA MITTAL
The canvas of Madhubani art is always full of patterns and colours; the empty areas are filled with blooms, foliage, and a torrent of hues, carefully set with geometrical borders. Madhubani art is claimed to have evolved in the ancient city of Mithila, the birthplace of Sita, King Janaka’s daughter. The king is reported to have commissioned the Madhubani arts to honour his daughter's marriage to Lord Rama of Ayodhya. It thrives as a traditional Indian craft, ethnic Indian wear, pure handloom sarees, and hand painted sarees.