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Handloom Sarees - Ethnic Sarees Online

Do you know what a handloom mul saree is? It's a beautiful type of saree, woven using a traditional handloom. The fabric used is called "mul", which is made from very fine and lightweight cotton yarns. The sarees themselves are known to have a soft texture and a sheer appearance, with subtle designs woven in using a variety of techniques.

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They're super popular all over India, especially for special occasions like weddings and festivals. Oh, and did we mention that they're sustainable and eco-friendly too? Buy the best handloom sarees with contrasting kalamkari print blouse from Blockart.

Why Traditional Handloom Sarees Are Best For Any Occasion?

  • These sarees give an aesthetic appeal and love to wear them on special occasions like weddings, festivals or formal events.
  • Fine cotton yarn is used to make handloom mul sarees, which makes them lightweight and soft and comfortable to wear, even in hot and humid weather.
  • These sarees are more sustainable and environmentally friendly than mass-produced synthetic fabrics.
  • It's a way to support talented local artisans and preserve traditional crafts for years to come.

Faq's about Handloom Sarees

  • Q: What is a handloom saree in mul cotton? This type of saree is woven by hand using a traditional handloom with fabric made from fine cotton yarns.
  • Q: What is the difference between a handloom saree and a machine-made saree? A handloom saree is made by skilled artisans using a traditional handloom, while a machine-made saree is mass-produced using automated machines.
  • Q: On what occasions can I wear a handloom saree? Handloom sarees are versatile and can be worn at weddings, festivals, formal parties, and other cultural events.
  • Q: Are handloom sarees in mul cotton expensive? The price of handloom sarees depends on the quality of the fabric, and the design.