Multi Colour Magic on Sarees

With traditional as well as contemporary looks, marvellous multi colour sarees are attracting the human eye. India is not only known for its diversity and colourful cultures, but also renowned of its beautiful handicrafts. In Indian way of life, sarees have a prominent place. A saree with all its finery is created for memorable occasion, new relationships and a fresh journey into life. One such visual magic of weavers is a Multi colour saree.

Indian fashion industry has evolved by leaps and bounds over the past few decades. A perfect blend of traditional as well as contemporary looks in sarees, nowadays, are most preferable. Multi colour sarees especially are elegant and impart a flamboyant look.

Colour, a predominant thing that occupies a significant place in the rich heritage of textiles and fabrics and a colour, can affect your mood, can communicate invisibly has cultural significancescan inspire by surroundingshas political associationscan be linked to religionaffects age and preference can symbolize your nature So, Women prefer various pigments and shades according to their skin complexions. The basic combination colours used are Red, Blue, Pink, Yellow, Green, White and Black. As like rainbow, a Multi colour draws the attention of viewers with its mesmerizing colour spectrum. It mirrors the symbolism of all the other colours and their positive natures.

Basically, Multi colour is a combination of two or more colours, but originally it is a mixer of positive spirits of colours. It holds the energy of red, cheerfulness of yellow, stillness of green, peacefulness of white, radiance of orange, super nature of blue, glow of gold and explores joy, success, wellness, spirit and sort of enjoyment to the world. It combines the richness of natural dyes and tradition of India brilliantly in order to showcase the brightness of women. Famous fashion designers today are adding their spark and intelligence in creating a design with their extraordinary weaves, shades and patterns. The Multi colour sarees are available in different fabrics like silk, cotton, crepe, sico, chiffon, rayon, polyester, nylon, banarasi, net, georgette, super net, jute, shimmer etc. Very intricate adornments like stones, kundans, chamkies, diamonds, pearls, beads etc are flourished on these sarees in an alluring manner.

Very famous centres from South include Arani, Bangalore, Chanderi, Chettinad, Coimbatore, Gadwal, Kanchipuram, Mysore, Narayanpet, Pochampally, Rasipuram, Uppada and Venkatagiri highly produces Mutli coloured sarees. The Baluchari, Banarasi, Bomkai, Jamdhani, Kota, Maheshwari, Rajkot, Sambalpuri, Tussar silks are part of the Northern belt fine silks where the major part is occupied by Multi colour sarees.

Multi colour georgette fabric is an easy attire to carry and makes you look like a diva, without any extra effort and ornaments. Multi colour sarees with geometric designs looks pretty exclusive and unique. The multi colour magic suits for all occasions like festivals, functions, parties, events, meetings, wedding ceremonies etc. They look prettier during night time parties. Designer Multi colour sarees with heavy embroidery works exhibits a royal look during weddings and bridal ceremonies.

Akeera About the Author :a freelancer long associated with ethnic fabrics, known for her special leaning towards ethnic sarees. She enjoys the privilege of being a part-time consultant to Unnati Silks. She may be contacted on 040-64555251 or 97000 57744 between 9 A.M.and 3 P.M. E-mail her at

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