Rendering the arrangement of animals and hunters in a lattice layout, filling the border and pallu of the sari, this saree brings in fresh drama to the vintage collection. Mounted hunter and animals tightly packed into chakras and repeated across the saree is discerning.
Adapting to the unique scheme of the sari where the hunting scene forms the body of the saree with dull tone plain gold borders and pallu, the saree is integrated beautifully with other elements such as zari ornate pomegranate flowers that act as fillers.
The hunting scenes that is the very essence of Shikargah sarees paying tribute to the royal hunting hobby of the medieval kings, the self-weave hunting design with mounted zari across the border and pallu and in between the saree is a sight worth seeing and a drape worth experiencing.
Decked out in traditional jewel hues and featuring the vintage Mughal Shikargah pattern, this is a pure silk banarasi saree with all over gold zari weaved Shikaragah motifs jaal that depict hunting scenes showing elephants, deer, birds and riders amid curving foliage.
Colorful lions, elephants, deer, birds, hunter and riders amid curving zari foliage are a scene that is staple of royal medieval kings of India. With zari weaved borders along the length and wide pallu, this saree is an incredible piece of art.
Update your ethnic wardrobe with this gorgeous drape that etched out in fresh precious stone hues is no less than a jewel! The striking colours amalgamated with the traditional elements of shikargah design define this striking six-yard beauty.
Illustrating hunters on horseback and elephants, wielding guns pursuing deer and tigers, all in fine and intricate real zari, this saree is a living heirloom. Depicting detailed courtroom scenes from Mughal durbars on borders and pallu, the rich traditional motifs and foliage are eager to tell you a story of their relentless and incessant making.
A very rare weave that finds no match to its unprecedented skill and labor in today’s times, revel in this intrinsic weave from the looms of Banaras that with its endearing deer motifs in zari and color makes a bold statement.