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An Unconventional Guide on Mangalgiri Saree
In October, there are lots of festivals out there in India. Durga Puja, Diwali, Karwa Chauth Puja, etc. Every woman wants to look good and traditional in this festive season. Wearing a traditional dress is one of the most important parts to look good in this season and celebrate all the festivals. Especially the woman is very much conscious about there dress, and they want to look beautiful at the festivals. Talking about traditional dress then, Saree is one of the best traditional dress that you can wear for festive occasions. You will look good and gorgeous. There are lots of saris you will get. Some of them are Mangalgiri saree, Cotton saree, Silk Saree which you can wear at the festival.
Firstly Mangalgiri saree is the handicraft saris that are made in the Guntur district. This district is mainly situated in Andhra Pradesh. That means the sari contains Andhra Pradesh style. While you are buying the Mangalgiri sari, you will get two varieties of it, and they Cotton and silk along with the zari at the border of the saree.
History Of Mangalgiri Sarees
There is a very long history of the Mangalgiri sarees. It is because before the Mangalgiri sari was introduced. Mangalgiri was also known as the pilgrimage where you will find the idol of Lord Panakila Narashima Swamy. This pilgrimage was discovered in the Satya Yuga age. In there, it was also believed that the pilgrims have to buy the sari, especially from the weavers, and have to give it to the idol. This technique was also a one-way benefit for the local weaver for there livelihood. After that, the Mangalgiri saris were growing its popularity. Mangalgiri sari is one of the famous sarees in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Mangalgiri silk sari is made up of 100% pure silk, and if you want the cotton sarees, then also you will see the sarees that are made up of 100% pure cotton. The saris are the symbol of the Mangagiri pilgrimage.
Process of making the Mangalgiri Saree
The followings are some of the stages of making the Mangalgiri sarees, and they are:
- Raw materials
- Cotton Purification
- Removal of all the excess dye
- The last process is drying
Mangalgiri and the Kalamkari Sarees are the most famous and beautiful saris that are growing its popularity nowadays. Are you fond of beautiful and ancient paintings? Then the Kalamkari saris are the best for you. You can view all the stunning views of ancient god and goddesses on the sari itself. Designs of Kalamkari and Mangalgiri sarees are the same. Designs are symbols of pilgrimage, temples, gods, and goddesses.