This intricately hand-woven pure Katan silk Benarasi is one of a kind! True to its name, Nilah (named after the rare gemstone Blue Sapphire), this ocean blue Benarasi is a piece of art, to be draped on one’s body. Just how its namesake is a gemstone that stands out amidst the multitude of rare stones, has a reputation of choosing its wearer and never the other way round, this beautiful blue 6 yards, bejewelled with silver leheriya and buta zari work, not only strikes out amongst the quintessential benarasis, but also will definitely find means to be in your wardrobe, if it takes a fancy on you. With a look that is as subtle as the blue breeze but with the gravitas of the deep navy ocean, Nilah is worthy of being called an heirloom piece, that you would gladly treasure to be passed on!
Nīlaḥ : She silences cacophony, and commands attention wherever she treads! Her aura could freeze your vision and set it ablaze, all at the same time!
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.