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Tie Dye Sarees

Sarees are the most coveted attire among women. Every saree holds a special place in the hearts of women because of the patterns and weavings from different states of India. One of the sarees which have been in trend since ages are the tie dye sarees. They possess unique attractiveness because of the tying and dying method.

Tie Dye Sarees are found in the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat. Their beauty has gained popularity in every state of India and across the globe. You might have heard about the Bandhani Sarees. It is another name for tie dye sarees, which means tying the cloth and dying to produce different color prints on the sarees. 

The word ‘Bandhani’ is derived from the Hindi word ‘Bandhana’, which means to tie. As these sarees are tied with knots and then dyed, they have got the name ‘Bandhani Sarees’, which are also famous as tie dye sarees. These sarees are manufactured with a traditional method, which includes human labor even in today’s date. The cloth used for tie dye sarees is light, impermeable, and sometimes translucent. 

The tie dye sarees are crafted with various methods such as folding, pleating, crumpling, or twisting the fabric and binding the garment with rubbers, beans, or strings to produce colorful patterns. The most common among a gamut of patterns are the circle designs followed by stripes, waves, and squares.

Origin of Tie Dye Sarees

The tie dye sarees seem to have originated as long as 5000 years ago. Many people say that the first tie dye saree was worn at a royal wedding of Bana Bhatt’s Harshacharita. Since then, it has got the attention of many people and became the most famous traditional wear saree. The oldest visual of tie dye sarees is also shown in the Ajanta Caves.

If we talk about India, then the first tie dye sarees were created by the Khatri Community in the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat. Other cities such as Jaipur, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Ajmer, Jamnagar, and Sikar were also the major producers of these sarees.

The creativity of Tie Dye Sarees

The tie dye sarees stand unique and fabulous among other sarees because of the varying patterns made from different tying methods. These methods and designs differ from place to place, which adds an exceptional grandeur to the tie dye sarees.

You can see these sarees in basic colors like green, blue, red, and yellow. Nowadays, the fashionistas have started experimenting with other shades too, which are making the tie dye sarees remarkable in markets. The colors signify a particular message where the red color represents marriage, green signifies fertility, and yellow present motherhood. Although, these sarees are considered to be the most colorful sarees in India with vibrant colors and contrasting patterns.

The patterns or shapes depend on the tying methods, which can illustrate amazing patterns such as waves, dots, circles, and many other designs. Some of the popular pattern names are Shikari, Ekdali, Leheriya, and Mothra. Most of the patterns are named according to the tying pattern, such as Ekdali is for the single knot, Trikunti for three knots, Chaubundi for four knots, Boond for a small dot with a dark center, Dungar Shahi for mountain pattern, Kodi for teardrop shape, and many more.

There are intricate patterns on the borders with flowers, leaves, and natural motifs enclosing the tied patterns, which makes these sarees a perfect combination of creativity, fashion, and tradition.

You can observe the small fingernails of artisans of tie dye sarees, which they use skilfully to pluck the cloth into many tiny knots and bindings. 

Flaunt with Tie Dye Sarees

The Marwari Community mostly wears these sarees in the state of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is also a traditional saree that women wear with pride on Navratri. Many women also add these tie dye sarees into their bridal trousseau.

You can wear these sarees all over the year as the lightweight, and the cozy fabric tends to fit every season. Make it your casual wear saree, or keep it as a party wear saree. You can also wear them at traditional functions and festivals. Make sure to embellish them with some statement jewelry.

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