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The vision and skill led these traditional Gadwal sarees worlds famous. Today, it’s been mandatory to every woman having at least one Gadwal saree in their wardrobes.
‘Saree’ plays an important role in every woman’s life. It represents the dignity of women.
Indian sarees are the best apparels that are in progress across the globe. Gadwal saree is conifer cultural attire that exhibits royalty and dignity.
Gadwal Handlooms are the world famous garments known for their thickness and designs. These are the durable and pure handloom zari sarees.
Gadwal sarees have their origin in Gadwal, which is a very popular town in Mahbubnagar. It is located in Andhra Pradesh, India.
Gadwal Handlooms have richest history during 1930’s. Under the patronage of royal family of Gadwal Samsthanam, the weavers richly woven these sarees to gain royal’s heart. Later, these sarees has been very popular as Gadwal sarees since 1930’s.
Interesting facts about Gadwal Sarees are,
Every year, the Brahmotsavam of Lord Venkateswara starts with these specially woven Gadwal sarees.
Even this 5.5 yard saree can be folded down to the size of a small match box.
Without any training, the weavers of Gadwal acquired their weaving skills hereditarily from their ancestors.
Each and every thread of Gadwal saree is Hand-woven. Most of the Gadwal sarees having rich borders, pallu works and gold or silver zari brocades.
The weaving of Gadwal Handlooms is such a hard process that requires skill and experience. For weaving a single Gadwal saree, requires 4-8 working days with continuous efforts.
The core materials used by weavers to manufacture are Silk, Cotton and Zari. Either tussar or mulberry is used for silk and unbleached cotton is used for body.
Weaving and dyeing (colouring) processes are the very crucial steps taken by the weaver to result a good saree.
In Dyeing, weavers dip the yarn into boiled colour water in very high temperature to make the yarn highly durable. Dyeing should be done in such a way that the colour should apply perfectly to the yarn and the quality shouldn’t be affected. Yarn will be rolled over small sticks and converted to thread after dyeing and drying.
In weaving, through continuous warp and weft, weaver makes a durable, soft and hard fabric. They use a method called ‘count’ which gives the fabric soft and hardness’s. The no of threads used in warp and weft is usually the ‘count’.
Here in weft, they use an interlocked-weft technique called Kuppadam or Kumbam.
The motifs used are stylish lion, youli, double headed eagle, floral designs etc. Border patterns like Hamsa, mythical swan and such delightful themes are used.
Gadwal cotton sarees with classical borders are casual and summer wears. Designer Gadwal pattu sarees with embroidery works are apt for weddings. Gadwal sarees with beautiful motifs and patterns are best suitable for parties, festivals and other grand occasions.
Today, through Gadwal Handlooms, Indian weavers once again proved their talent and skills to the whole world.
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