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Ethnava Hand Embroidered Georgette Lucknowi Chikankari Yellow Kurti with Slip-2448

  • White cotton thread has been used to create floral patterns and motifs on the neck of this beautiful  Lucknowi Chikankari Yellow Kurti with Slip . On the chikan kurta, “Bakhiya” and “Phanda” stitches, as well as “keel,” embellish the neckline. Suitable for various occasions, this beautiful angarkha Kurti is a complete ensemble. Vivacity and color complement each other perfectly.
  • SKU of Lucknowi Kurta: 2448
  • Color of Chikankari Kurta: White
  • Length of Chikan Kurta: 48 inch
  • Sleeves: Three-quarter sleeves, ¾ sleeves
  • Fabric: Georgette
  • Thread: Cotton thread
  • Embroidery: Bakhiya, Ghaspatti & Phanda
  • Silhouette: Chikankari kurta provides a comfortable and relaxed silhouette.
  • Touch & Feel: Soft and comfortable chikankari kurta




Ethnava Hand Embroidered Georgette Lucknowi Chikankari Yellow Kurti with Slip-2448

Ethnava presents  angarkha ethnic style of Kurti . Angarkhas are upper-body garments with asymmetrical openings in the chest area that reach towards the hips.In the Indian subcontinent, the knees are traditionally tied or secured by strings. In multiple cultures on the Indian subcontinent, angarkha was prevalent in its various forms. However, the make of this Kurti varied from region to region, even though the basic cut was the same. The length of these garments reaches below the knee and is waist-length or knee-length. You can either flare one or the other so that it appears as a waist or knee-length dress.

Women’s traditional clothes are essential from every point of view. Outfits from different parts of the country should ideally comprise a collection of ethnic wear. Women of different age groups wear several different styles of clothing. The Angrakha is one of such styles. Gujarati and Rajasthani dresses are generally associated with this style of Kurtis and Kurtas. The problem is also prevalent elsewhere in the country. In Sanskrit, the word Angrakha means body protector or Angrakshak. Two ties adorn each side of the body of an Angrakha kurta, which keeps the outfit in place.

When choosing Angrakha Kurtis, there are several factors to consider. Colors like sky blue, yellow peach, etc., are available in a variety of vibrant hues. In addition to choosing the sleeve length and material of the Kurti, it can also be decided how long the sleeves are. The fabric of this Kurti is Georgette, which makes it a perfect choice for a lightweight look. Casual, as well as formal occasions, can be worn with Angrakha Kurtis. Leggings and churidars make the best fit. Put the outfit on with smart heels and create an Indo-western look as you attend a formal event. Put on some mojari shoes if you’re going out casually. Makeup and jewelry should be kept simple on both occasions.

Chikan embroidery is an exquisite art form passed down through the generations in the old lanes of Lucknow. Taking time to weave each intricate design meticulously and with accuracy, they are woven by expert artisans. Immaculate craftsmanship is evident in this Chikankari Kurti. Embroidery is done with chikan stitches using white cotton thread and Bakhiya or Phanda embroidery. The soft colors and cotton material of this outfit make it an ideal summer outfit. This makes the chikan kurtas in white and black extremely attractive.

Would you like to look attractive and stylish in a chikan Kurti? Kurti like this will surely do just that. The versatile Chikan Kurti can be worn to work, to college, or on any occasion. You will never be disappointed with the manner in which this chikankari kurta is designed and is crafted. 

Add on to Chikan Kurta

These Chikan Kurtis work best with oversized oxidized earrings, or pearl studs to complement the white pearl-like stitches. A small matching bracelet or watch would complete the look very well. Sunglasses also look formidable with the all-over casual but royal vibe of the piece. For a head-turning look, combine this elegant and graceful chikan Kurti with matching embroidered palazzos. Complete the look of this lucknowi kurta with traditional dupattas.

Chikankari Trivia

Into the northern heartlands of India, the heritage of craftsmanship has been passed down for centuries, generation after generation. Among the exquisite flavors of Mughlai and Awadhi food, the intricate carvings and the architectural wonders, the erstwhile Awadh also cradles the origins of Chikankari with pride. A culture already rich in various art forms, the artisans of Awadh are learned in the craft of Chikankari embroidery and carry it forward to this day. It was introduced by Nur Jehan, the wife of Mughal Emperor Jahangir. The emperor then sponsored the craft and it spread throughout the plains of Awadh. The old artisan families of Awadh come from a line of skilled Chikankari artists, and they still practice the trade.

Chikan Kurta Also Known : Kurta, Kurti, Noori, Top, Tunic, Boho, Dress

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Disclaimer:  Our products are hand embroidered by expert artisans and may have slight dissimilarities that are a natural outcome of the human involvement in the process. These minor variations of Stitches/Motifs add to its charm and ensure you have a unique product.

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