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Assam Cotton-the Queen Of Cottons
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Mekhela Chador is the another name of the Assam Cotton Sarees have their origin in Assam, India. Assam Cotton sarees are rich in design and zari work woven on these fabrics gives a rich feel. These are especially executed for employees and households for corporate occasions, dinners.
Saree is always an evergreen icon or garment or a symbol of tradition, mainly observed in festivals, marriages, occasions, and other corporate events. Indian fabrics are the most traditional fabrics that displays woman as a beauty.
Saree reflects Indian tradition and culture. It features a woman as both a goddess and as an angel. That Women love sarees is evident from the fact that they live draping it on each special occasion. Interest is paid to wear different sarees for different occasions.
Assam is famous for its tea and wild life, but the sarees of Assam are much more popular for women. Assam Silk and Assam Cotton are heartthrobs of women. Cotton sarees of Assam are light in weight, easy to maintain and to carry. Sarees that give a rich look for occasions as well as keeps the body cool during hot summers.
In Assam Cotton Sarees, there are two main pieces that are draped around the body. The bottom portion, draped from the waist downwards is called the Mekhela and the other is Chador.
The top portion cloth is a long lengthened cloth that has one end tucked into the upper portion of mekhela and the other draped over the body. The top portion of the Assam Cotton Saree is tucked in triangular folds. Womens in Assam prefer these Sarees traditionally between puberty and marriage.
Assam Cotton is well- known for its floral designs and beautiful patterns like animals, flowers, birds, fruits, leaves and zari works. Its well designed broad borders appear awesome for women. Sometimes a woven pattern is stitched with the top or bottom portions of these sarees, which gives striking look to the saree.
Ornamental designs on the Assam Cotton Sarees are traditionally woven, never printed. Sometimes a woven pattern, is stitched along the sides of a chador, or along the bottom of a mekhela.
Traditional Assam Cotton Sarees are made from raw materials like Cotton, or more recently mercerized cotton, which is soft & shiny. Designer Assam Cotton Sarees are mostly displayed on wedding ceremonies, festivals and some grand functions. Designer Assam Cotton Saree of fancy prints and embroidery works looks traditional as well as trendy.
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