Kalamkari saree

Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textiles produced in isfahan, Iran, and in the Indian state of Andhra pradesh. The making of traditional Kalamkari sarees involves an intricate process. The name Kalamkari is resultant from two Persian words; ‘kalam’ (pen) and ‘kari’ (craftsmanship). Kalamkari art is made through an exhaustive and highly refined process that involves 23 steps. The Kalamkari takes design inspiration from forts, palaces and temples of India, and also utilizes animals and birds motifs. Andhra Pradesh, and has two broad styles namely Masulipatnam Kalamkari and Srikalahasti Kalamkari. The Srikalahasti style involves free-hand painting and entire color work using the pen. It incorporates sketches from Hindu mythology and religious symbols and motifs. The Masulipatnam style involves block-printing art influenced by motifs of Islam culture, flowers, animals, and finishing touches are given using the pen. Here are a few designs for kalamkari sarees. Check out!!

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