A Bandhani saree depicts a timeless trend. Feel proud if you possess at least one of these drapes that are crafted using the oldest printing technique in India. The tie-and-dye art of Bandhani printing, also known as Bandhej, is painstakingly intricate. But with an outcome so aesthetic, the laborious work involved is justified. That also explains how the art has stayed on over all these centuries.
Since the last few seasons, this traditional Rajasthani saree has graduated to become a sought-after outfit for celebrities, fuelling its demand as a fashion statement among emulators. Screen and digital-printed Bandhani sarees in fabrics like faux chiffon and georgette have captured the mass market. The dotted detail has charmed women of every age-group and social strata.
Bandhani sarees are for occasions where you want to look dressy without compromising on comfort because these printed sarees are quite light in weight. Versatility is another scoring attribute; you can style them both ways with different types of blouses and accessories.
1. Sea Green and Blue Georgette Bandhani Print Saree
2. Red and Yellow Ombre Chiffon Saree with Bandhani Print
3. Green Georgette Bandhani Print Saree
4. Navy Blue and Pink Cotton Bandhani Print Saree
5. Dark Maroon Georgette Bandhej Saree
6. Orange and Red Georgette Bandhej Saree
7. Multi Colored Georgette Leheriya Saree
Our latest collection of Bandhani saris is full of vibrant colors to blend in with festive surroundings. Get these printed light-weight sarees for the on-going season of festivals. With a detail so alluring, these ethnic ensembles carry undisputed impressiveness!