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Golden Printed Salwar Kameez

Gold-printing process is only made possible with the aid of some modern technology, whereby the vigorously oxidizing nature of the gold salts can be moderated. Gold print is used to produce very fine quality salwar kameez with resist technique. The golden print in the front of kameez with outline worked with a combination of a kalamkari and printing; this produced a delicate and rich effect. The front of the Suit had gold zari roundels in the asharfi patterns, while the dupatta, the cross border, carried intricate gold-brocaded tree forms. The printed pattern on the cross border accentuated the gold design by printing the remaining section in red as the background and the out-line of the gold-woven design in indigo blue or black. GOLD AND SILK WORK SALWAR KAMEEZ: Gold and silk work together is very successful and is traditionally used together. Both traditional designs of crosses and flowers as well as more contemporary designs can be worked quite successfully. India has long been known for its golden work. Even in the ancient times, zari was known to adorn the attire of Gods. Ethnic suits gold printed kameez salwar are made up of gold and silver threads. The thread work is done by master craftsman to give golden print salwar kameez a extra-ordinary place in the saree world. Surat has a virtual monopoly of zari making. It’s a hot market of gold embroidered saris salwar kameez in India. For online shopping Bharatplaza.com give you gold print salwar kameez, golden printed salwar suits, gold printed kameez salwar, gold embroidered salwar suits with more than 5000 latest designs to choose from that every women has dreamt ofMost of gold print salwar kameez produced in Surat goes to Varanasi and other pockets of Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh where these Indian ethnic gold print salwar suits are manufactured. In Varanasi, the Surat zari is used in the manufacture of the world famous "Banarasi sarees." It's also used in the "Kanjivaram" sarees produced in south India.

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