Tie-in with Bandhani
Tie-in with the colorful tie and dye of gujarat as YuvaWave brings colourful bandhani gajji silk sarees on board for the first time.
One of the most famous textile patterns of India, Bandhani is a centuries old tradition of Gujarat. An art that involves highly skilled process, Bandhani work in India was started by the Muslim Khatri Community of Kutch and since then the tradition has been passed on from one generation to the other. The centers of tie and dye fabrics in Gujarat are Jamnagar in Saurashtra, as the water in this area brings out the brightest red while dying, and Ahmedabad. Wadhwan and Kutch of Gujarat are also known for producing Bandhani material but Jamnagar is the most popular destination for the making of world renowned Gajji Silk Bandhani sarees. While draped in the elegance of a saree, every woman demands to be at ease. The softness of the Gajji silk fabric allows one the comfort and the vibrancy of Bandhani tie and Dye is celebratory. What is essential in bandhni is the minute and skillful manipulation of the fingers for tying, extensive knowledge of color schemes and skill in dyeing materials. It is for this reason that it takes several years for a craftsman to perfect his skill.