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Chaaya Blue Paat Silk Mekhela Sador

Chaaya Blue Paat Silk Mekhela Sador

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About Me

This handloom masterpiece holds a special place in our hearts as it reflects the beautiful legacy of our Aitas (grandmoms), our expert weavers!

Aita would spend hours weaving new rihas for us. The Riha is a long, narrow piece of cloth worn around the upper body below the sador during ceremonies and rituals.

Preserving the handloom heritage and retaining the authenticity of Assam and its values, our luxuriously splendid blue colored chaaya paat silk mekhela sador, inspired by our Aita’s traditionally routed riha design with a pinch of red sheene and goa buta detailing is a perfect pick for traditional events, festivities and family get-together.

The vibrant color combination of blue and red compliments each other, making it a masterpiece for every Assamese connoisseur.

Made From

Paat or Mulberry Silk 

Number of Man Weeks To Create Me

8 - 12 Weeks

Drape Me

Mekhela (lower portion) is 2 m 40 cm

Sador (above piece) is 2 m 85 cm

Blouse piece is 1 m

Wear with Care - Care Guide

 

Never hand-wash or machine-wash a silk mekhela sador.
In case the mekhela sador gets stained, immediately wipe the stain off with cold water.
It is advisable to only dry-clean silk mekhela sadors.
Never hang a silk mekhela sador to dry in direct sunlight as doing so will cause the color to fade.
Don’t keep the mekhela sador bundled up as this will result in the threads of the embroidery work getting entangled.
Store the mekhela sador in a light cotton muslin cloth. This will give the mekhela sador breathing space and will prevent one mekhela sador from sticking to another when kept in a pile.
Don’t store the mekhela sador in a plastic cover as this will cause the gold embroidery to turn black.


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