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Shop the latest collection of designer Bandhani dupattas at Pernia’s
Bandhani as an art form can be traced back to the Indus Valley Civilization, where it is depicted on relics, and much later in the paintings on the Ajanta Caves made during the 6th century. The craft has since flourished throughout the country; its main centers stretch from Punjab in the north, Gujarat and Rajasthan in the west, and Tamil Nadu in the south. Our latest collection of designer Bandhani Dupattas takes inspiration from various regional iterations to bring to you the very best the country has to offer.
This exquisite and elegant collection shows off the intricacies and versatility of the bandhani craft with a wide range of Silk Bandhani Dupattas, Cotton Bandhani Dupattas, and Georgette Bandhani Dupattas. The design labels that we work with root themselves firmly in tradition and let their imagination roam free. This collection pushed the boundaries of traditional bandhani and experiments with different embroidery styles to include Bandhani Dupattas with mirror work, kundan work, marodi work, and more.
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The ultimate Bandhani Collection: Silk Bandhani Dupattas, Cotton Bandhani Dupattas, Georgette Bandhani Dupattas, and more
The signature Bandhani look is achieved through a simple tie and dye method, where the fabric is picked by hand in small quantities and tied with a thin thread in various patterns. The fabric is then dyed in a pigment and dried, after which the threads are cut loose to reveal the pattern left behind. This simplistic method is repeated over a thousand times to create the most elaborate designs.
Our Bandhani Collection uses premium materials such as gaji silk, cotton, georgette, and blended fabrics; each with their own characteristics. A cotton bandhani dupatta is light, breathable garment, perfect for a cover-up during the hot Indian summers. A gaji silk bandhani dupatta lends a sophisticated and refined edge to any outfit with its sheen and softness. For an effortless look our go to is a floaty georgette bandhani dupatta, such as a blue bandhani dupatta in pure banarasi georgette base featuring intricate golden designs all over it and along the borders.
We are absolutely obsessed with the astounding amount of detail that goes into crafting bandhani garments and the understated beauty of the final product. We have poured our love for designer bandhani products into creating the ultimate Bandhani Collection which includes a wide array of Designer Bandhani Sarees, Designer Bandhani Kurtis, designer Bandhani dresses, and much more.
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Shop for traditional Bandhani Dupattas: Bandhani Dupattas with mirror work, kundan work, marodi work, and more
Each garment that is made with Bandhani is made with a lot of care and attention to detail, thus they tend to carry a lot of meaning for the designer and the wearer. The colours chosen for the dyes can signify huge cultural meaning. Traditionally, only two colors are used at a time; the most popular ones being red and yellow as they are considered auspicious. Red bandhanis are often given to brides showing love and luck while yellow bandhanis are given to new mothers for health and prosperity. In the new age bandhanis, the palette has expanded to include various shades of green, pink, purple, and blue.
Patterns in bandhani dupattas are often inspired from forms found in nature. Most designs are formed from a singular building block - Ekdali or a single dot, Boond or a small dot with a dark center, and Kodi which is tear or drop-shaped design are some of the commonly used ones. These are then placed together creatively to make larger patterns such as Jaaldar which is a web like pattern, Beldaar or a vine like pattern, and Leheriya which is a dainty wave-like pattern. These patterns can be embellished further with mirrors, tassels, and silver and golden threads. Bandhani dupattas with mirror work are a signature variety of the designers of Gujarat.
A beautiful and intricate designer Bandhani Dupatta is a great way to jazz up a plain kurta or minimal lehenga choli. Take it up a notch and add to your ensemble select pieces of designer jewellery, designer accessories, and designer footwear from our amazing collections of Grandeur, D’ORO, Aetee, and more at Pernia’s.
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