The creation of handloom sarees is significant for economic development in rural India. It will take two to three days of work for the completion of a single saree. Although, some provinces have their own traditions of handloom sarees. However, the weaving of sarees takes place in many regions of India. The most part of rural Indian hearts is in handlooms. Weaving is a traditional beauty of India and where millions of looms engaged in weaving cotton, silk, and other natural fibers. Each region has tradition designs for the themes, design, and colors. The families in villages get a lot of support from handloom weaving.
To convey the authentic Indian handlooms and handicrafts to you Jharonka is a premium platform from Craftsvilla. They have a great variety of handloom products which captures the times of modern India and the charmed it weaved with the hands of our artisans and weavers.
Chanderi Silk Saree
Craftsvilla wanted to launch the Jharonka with the passion of going back to the original days with an idea to bring India’s diverse authentic artisanal work on one platform.
This is the great opportunity with Jharonka to tapped into some of the most skilled weavers of Handloom across India. This is the great and awesome for everyone get the handloom work which they have discovered from various parts of the India and bring you the best of handloom work made in the country today. So when you place an order on Jharonka, you don’t just buy a product, but a story that’s been told since centuries, a treasure trove of rich traditions, we are but a temporary window to its passage in our times.
Some of the well known Indian Handloom Sarees are Kanchepuram Silk Sarees, Maheshwari Saree, Bagh Print Saree, Chanderi Silk Sarees, Tussar silk saree, Banarasi Silk Saree, Baluchuri Sarees, Sambalpuri Sarees, Kantha stitch Sarees, Bhadhini Sarees and Munga Sarees. Handloom sarees are made out of good quality silks to give it a lustrous look.