an offering for Sankranthi in a range of Mangalgiri saris and hand embroidered women’s kurtas
Hand Embroidered Kurtas
This is the first time that Chikankari has been threaded into the dāram design, which is a combine of many qualities: simple, elegant, subtle and ornate.
dāram in collaboration with the Serenity group,
The tanka – the running stitch embroidery or straight stitch has been used for the dāram kurtas from Rajasthan. The tanka work has been done by Sadhna, a women’s handicraft enterprise in
To know more, log on to www.sadhna.org
The Lambanis are nomads settled in Sandur, Karnataka. dāram’s designer has picked a few from the wide range of Lambani stitches to highlight the neckline and to detail the dāram cuts.
Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra, a group working with the Lambanis, has worked to embroider the kurtas. To know more, log on to www.kushalakalasandur.com
Saris – Mangalgiri
Mangalgiri – a town in the
On display at dāram are saris in hand dyed yarns of cross colours in which the warp colour is different from the weft colour. The variety of zari borders includes the Nizam border, the temple border, the flower border and the pattern border.