Ethnava Hand Embroidered Sea Green Cotton Chikankari Kurti-2380

  • A sea green cotton Chikankari Kurti embellished with center stitches unique to Chikankari, such as Keel, Phanda, Shadow, and Bakhiya. On the cotton cloth, the embroidery is exquisite, and it serves an essential purpose other than merely decorating the fabric. This kurti is embroidered with stitches reminiscent of Lakhnavi culture.
  • SKU of Lucknowi Kurti: 2380
  • Color of Chikankari Kurti: Sea Green
  • Length of Chikankari Kurti: 46 inch
  • Sleeves: Three quarter sleeves, ¾ sleeves
  • Silhouette: Chikankari kurti provides a comfortable and relaxed silhouette.
  • Touch & Feel: Soft and comfortable chikankari kurti
  • Fabric : Cotton
  • Thread: Cotton thread
  • Embroidery: Bakhiya, Keel & Phanda



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Dazzling Ethnava Sea Green Cotton Chikankari Kurti-2380

  • It is embellished with Chikankari stitches — Keel, Phanda, and Shadow — that are unique to the craft. In addition to adding beauty to the cloth, the embroidery embellishes the cloth beyond decoration. The stitches with which this kurta is embroidered are reminiscent of Lakhnavi embroidery. The “keel” stitch, which is the name for a type of nose pin, lives up to its name. It is made to reflect nose pins. An extremely fine stitch is picked through the needle on the fabric. It is embroidered with very tiny spikes around this pearly dot, which has a ‘V shape on the top of the spikes, and it matches the general nose pin worn by North Indian ladies.
  • Chikankari has its own brand of intricate and elaborate artwork, using delicate threads and designs on exquisite fabrics. Chikankari has evolved over the years, as have all arts. It’s styling now displays modernist elements. Chikankari has maintained its traditionalist qualities, however, as have many other embroidery arts. With our product cut, style, and make, we maintain unwavering loyalty to the craft’s traditionalism while also embracing fashion’s ever-changing modernity.Most people are familiar with shadow work. Because the stitching is done on the backside of the fabric resembling the herringbone stitch, the filling takes place on the wrong side, while a running stitch forms a neat border around the design on the right side. Phandas are knots shaped like millets. Phanda is considered an intricate variation of stitches. However, knots are generally much smaller and more delicate in appearance. This technique is used for making the centers of flowers with simple Chikankari designs. The knot is shaped like millet.
  • Traditions of craftsmanship have been passed down through generations in India’s northern heartlands for centuries. As well as the intense flavors of the Mughlai and Awadhi cuisines and the intricate carvings and architectural wonders of the erstwhile Awadh, this region likewise boasts the history of Chikankari. Chikankari embroidery plays a pivotal role in the culture of Awadh, renowned for its arts and crafts throughout the world. The event was introduced by Nur Jehan, wife of the Mughal emperor Jahangir. As a result, the emperor sponsored the craft, and it spread to the entire Awadh region. Families in Awadh have been practicing Chikankari for generations, and many still practice the craft.
  • Awadh’s rich culture calls for an elegant chikan Kurti that will turn heads, so this Kurti will make you feel like royalty. Featuring a wide range of versatility and the right accessories, this Chikan Kurti can be worn to work, your college, or any party. This Chikankari kurta will never disappoint you because of its superior style and appeal. Perfect for wearing to the office or in college, this Kurti is gorgeous. Summer evenings and early morning brunches on a sunny winter morning go together well with the color palette. You can wear it as a routine summer outfit as well. The craft of Chikan Kari can also boast the fact that since it is handcrafted, each piece is unique and cannot be duplicated. The motifs on this Chikan Kurti enhance its beauty and display our artisans’ creative imagination.
  • Physiologically and climatically, Cotton Kurtis are suitable for a wide range of situations. During the summer, when temperatures are soaring, we look desperately for ways to stay cool. When it comes to summer fashion, finding comfortable clothing can be difficult. In what ways does fashion compromise comfort? How can you have it all? When the sun is blazing, deciding what to wear can be challenging. Wearing a Chikan Chikan Kurti with a Chikan Chikan Kurta is the most comfortable option. Would you please ensure the fabric you are using will not make the problem worse? It is because fabrics do not absorb sweat. Despite your cute dress, you will feel uncomfortable in it. During the summer, it is important to choose fabrics carefully.
  • Cotton is the best material to wear during the summer. Cotton Kurtis and Kurtas are frequently worn in the summer. You stop sweating as a result. Although cotton does not resist sweat, it retains moisture only temporarily after being wet. Chikan Kurtis, made of cotton, is insulating, so they keep you cool in the summer. Clothing made from cotton is convenient to wear while exercising or performing vigorous activities. Fabrics like this soft and stretchy, are ideal for dresses due to their softness and flexibility. Cotton’s non stickiness keeps it from causing rashes or allergic reactions.

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  • The craft of Chikankari stands out in itself, and does not need excessive accessorizing. The embroidery around the neck shall suffice, and one can choose to let go heavy necklaces.
  • 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.

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 Kurti 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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