Ari work getting hooked to an art of royal times! It is a traditional form of hand embroidery, which was developed during Mughal era of 12th Century. The embroidery is known for its delicate thread-work where Zari, Cotton, Silk threads are used. Aari work normally has floral motifs. Sometimes, artisans embellish the outfit or cloth with sequins, stone etc in between the embroidered patterns. The Intrinsic embroidery is created with the help of a pen like needle.
Silk Sarees have Unmatched Sophistication and Are Popular Among The Indian Upper Middle Class Saree Wearers. Radiating Class, Sophistication And Elegance, this Saree Is The Hallmark Of The Indian Tradition Of Weaving.