This purely handwoven Katan Benarasi is an ingenious creation of Mitan Ghosh Design. Speaking of the colour first, the holistic canvas of the saree is aquamarine in colour : a hue vehemently unconventional and different from the quintessential Benarasis in a throng. The work on the saree is a brilliant half and half authentic khadua weave. While its hue already steals the show, its half khadua zari Rajasthani Leheriya, conglomerated with Benaras Buta, is a combination sui generis! True to its name, the saree is indeed an exemplary artistry of the beauty that vests in limitless duality. Perfect for any day event, most traditional weddings or even a sundowner cocktail, Ashima is a no brainer, if you are looking for turn those heads around you!
Ashima : She is resilient like the robust mountain, at the face of adversity, yet vulnerable like an infant in her lover’s embrace. She can be rugged like the lashing waves, in rage and tranquil like the still ripples of the sea, when calm. She has the mind of a warrior princess, the soul of a benevolent giver. The warmth of her soul can soothe your soul or scorch it, when the need is right. She is Ashima : the limitless being, thriving in the frenzy of duality.
whenever you drape yourself in a #mitanghosh Benarasi, you commemorate the relentless effort of the indigenous artisans who toil for endless hours behind creating these masterpieces. #mitanghosh sarees are an ode to their effort. You would definitely want to take good care of them!
The saree requires:
1. Dry clean only
2. Less or no contact with liquid, especially perfume.
3. To be stored in a cool, dry place, with you often interchanging the folds.