The Kota else the Kota Doria, is a work of pure silk and cotton. It is popularly known as ‘Masuria’ in Kota and Kota Doria outside of Rajasthan. Doria means thread. The Kota Cotton fabric is translucent muslin, much preferred for its light weight, softness and airy comfort. Blameless Cotton with golden Zari threads woven in settle patterns is a popular variety. Variations in borders and a whole array of bright colours and shades like pink, blue, saffron, orange etc. are applied to conventional prints et sequens with beautiful embroidery work create stunning effects. The standard Kota Doria is woven in white and later dyed in different colours. In the case concerning fabrics with designs, the threads are dyed prior to weaving.
While the weaving of the threads is prepared by women, the dyeing of threads is usually handled toward men. The Masuria Silks are magnificent affairs since pure silk, gold and silver threads or Zari are used in the weaving. The fabric is woven in a mores designed to produce check patterns on the fabric. The square shaped checks known because Khats, are smeared with onion juice and rice paste with care to create the yarn strong and durable. Each cotton thread is followed via a dearth fine silk threads, and again followed by a cotton thread, creating an extremely fine checkered pattern. While the cotton threads provide the binding strength, the fabric threads corollary lend lustre to the fabric.
Some of the offerings from Unnati
The maroon and black Kota chudidar kameez has a maroon colour silk kameez with rapid block prints. The salwar is of black cotton alongside pink colour floral block prints on it. The pink chiffon chunni has comely block prints in maroon and black. This very striking chudidar kamiz would do for weddings, parties, office, social events and traditional functions.
The fascinating mustard colour Kota cotton salwar kameez has white flowers all over on a self-colour mustard floral Dabu printed kameez. The mustard colour cotton salwar is also adorned with white colour Dabu prints. The mustard colour chiffon chunni with white floral Dabu prints completes the beautiful set. It is a very dashing and trendy salwar suit for many varied occasions like parties, social events and festivals.
The black and luminiferous grey with emerald Kota chudidar kameez has change black and light grey horizontal bands with zari embroidered buttis and a developing plot curb on the kameez. The plain green Kota cotton salwar is a fitting contrast. The green silk chunni has a white floral embroidered abut and black reclination stripes on it. This pleasant paper would do for office, festivals, social events and even haphazard outings.
The pick and green mercerized Kota cotton salwar suit has multi-colour floral digital prints for green revamp border. The cotton salwar is salient green and the pure chiffon dual colour dupatta is having floral embroidery furthermore a green patch border. A exquisite piece, this very undemonstrative and stylish salwar kameez would do for a variety of occasions preference office, parties, social invites and festivals.
Unnati Silks, has trendy designs, attractive patterns, in pleasing colours and combinations in its wide collection from Kota cotton salwar suits and Sarees, at very reasonable prices.
Unnati is one of the largest Indian ethnic online websites with over 300 varieties of traditional sarees and salwar kameez.Dispatch is within 24 hours of order. Free delivery & COD is provided for retail.Worldwide express shipping caters to almost all countries across the world.
UNNATI SILK PRINTS PVT. LTD, #3-4-360, Vajra Complex, General Bazar (Tobacco Bazar), M.G.Road, Hyderabad-500003.AP,India. 040-64555251 or 97000 57744.