Akasa : an exclusive lambani edition

This exclusive edit is curated from Sandur, Karnataka made by the artisans of Lambani Community. Our curation reflects signature features of sandur lambani hand embroidery that is usage of colorful threads with combination stitches, mirror work, geometrical motifs with characteristic grid like pattern and the most striking feature of all is its unique appearance.

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Saree Fall & Picot

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BHOR – Handloom mangalagiri cotton saree in sunrise yellow color with muted red borders and antique golden color zari. The matching saree pallu is embellished with stunning hand embroidery in geometric as well as floral shapes in varied stitches in rare color combinations. Saree has colorful tassels at the pallu end and small motifs hand embroidered in the half saree body. Saree comes with matching hand embroidered blouse piece.

Product Details

Title – Lambani Pure Cotton Mangalagiri Saree

Weaving Technique – Hand Weaving

Surface Ornamentation – Hand Embroidery

Fabric – Cotton x Cotton

Color – Sunrise Yellow Saree Body with Red Borders

Zari – Yes

Length – 6.2 Meters with Blouse Piece

Width – 44 to 45 inches

Wash care – Dry Clean only


Unevenness or irregularity – slubs, missing weave in weaving or markings or loose threads in embroidery is the characteristic mark of artisanal products

Product pictures are without any filters but appearance of color may vary in shade from screen to screen or even image to image due to variation in natural lighting.
Note: First picture is closest to the actual product color.

More about art & artisans

Lambani hand embroidery is a form of surface ornamentation technique practiced by women artisans of nomadic tribal group which migrated from Central Asia and Afganistan to Rajasthan then to other parts of India, specially to Karnataka. This tribal community is also known as Lambada/ Banjara.

The threads traditionally used were made up of wool, cotton, silk, gold or silver. There are 14 types of stitches used in Lambani embroidery apart from patchwork and applique work. Lambani embroidery is often decorated with mirror, shells, coins, beads etc. Signature patterns like geometrical shapes, grid like patterns, horizontal patterns were embroidered on naturally dyed khadi fabrics. Now, contemporary variations are done in terms of shapes on variety of fabrics, either naturally or chemically dyed handloom or power loom fabrics.

This particular lambani art form from Sandur region of Karnataka also known as ‘Sandur Lambani Embroidery’ received Geographical Indication Tag in 2010.


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