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Cotton Lucknowi Chikankari Sarees - choose from a range of exquisite designs that embody elegance and grace.


Q1. How can you tell the real Chikankari?


Examining the type of embroidery that is included on the work of art will help you determine whether or not the chikankari that is on your fabric was created by hand or by a machine. Embroideries such as French knots, shadow stitch, and criss cross will be present on the fabric if it was done by hand, however you will not find these types of embroideries on machine-made items.

Q2. Why is Chikankari so popular?


Chikankari, which just means "embroidery" in Urdu, is one of the most well-known forms of needlework. It's an old craft that's become well-known all across the world: embellishing cloth with intricate patterns and designs. Chikankari, which is often done by female craftsmen and laborers, can take even the simplest fabric and turn it into a work of art.


Handwork, whether simple or elaborate, elevates the aesthetic of any garment, making it appropriate for formal or casual occasions. The gracefulness of Chikankari is unaffected by the ebb and flow of fashion trends.