Ada Hand Embroidered Yellow Pure Cambric Cotton Lucknow Chikankari Kurti- A133713
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Yellow Pure Cambric Cotton Lucknow Chikankari Kurti- A133713
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Yellow Pure Cambric Cotton Lucknow Chikankari Kurti- A133713
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Yellow Pure Cambric Cotton Lucknow Chikankari Kurti- A133713
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Yellow Pure Cambric Cotton Lucknow Chikankari Kurti- A133713
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Yellow Pure Cambric Cotton Lucknow Chikankari Kurti- A133713

Ada Hand Embroidered Yellow Pure Cambric Cotton Lucknow Chikankari Kurti- A133713

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Length: 43 inches

Touch and Feel: Smooth and soft 

Red pure cambric cotton Lucknowi chikan kurti is a must have product for you, the exquisite chikankari done on the front gives it a rich finish. The motifs drawn  with the finest stitches like ”Bakhiya“, ”Phanda“ , "Keel Kangan”,"Ghas Patti" & "Pechni " using White  coloured Cotton threads. Click Here: Read Full Description

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The yellow colour is a treat to the eyes and pleasure to slip on in the sunny days, This Lucknowi chikan kurti fancies a round neck with dori piping along the button patti richly embroidered with flower and creepers motifs. The chikankari kurti gives a rich look while being so light on your shoulders, the heavy chikankari work on the front side of the kurti gives it a ravishing look, the back and the sleeves are over all covered in booti work.

Silhouette - Straight fit Cambric Cotton Kurti with full sleeves

Fabric: Pure Cambric Cotton kurti.

Thread: White cotton Thread  

Trivia: Chikankari is an Art of Imagination, It is a handicraft process where the wooden blocks are hand chiselled in various design patterns, and the natural stew for printing is prepared, and printed on the cloth. The chikankari artisans then use ten ary of the ...

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