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Matka Silk

MATKA SILK SAREES

Matka Silk is a coarse handloom silk fabric Largely obtained from the states of Karnataka and Kashmir,its spinning is done in Malda and Murshidabad districts in West Bengal. Matka Silk Saree resembles tweed fabric in texture. In spite of irregularities in the texture, it is considered unique and since it sews very easily, it makes it a delight for a tailor. It is preferred by many due to its economical price and fabric strength. The Indian Silk House Agencies is an ultimate destination for laying your hands on the latest designer Matka Silk Sarees in price ranges to suit your pocket, both online and in store. The Matka silk Sarees are course in texture but needs a special maintains to preserve the sheen and that is why it should be washed with care in mild detergent. Any attire made from Matka Silk should be kept away from direct sunlight which can prevent color fading.

Matka Silk Red Woven Handloom Saree

PI734C5
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Matka Silk Pink Woven Handloom Saree

RP559C5
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Pure Matka Silk Royal Blue Woven Border Saree

RO427C3
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Matka Silk Red Woven Handloom Saree

PI788C3
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Matka Silk Light Green Woven Handloom Saree

RP639C3
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Orange Matka Silk Woven Handloom Saree

PI730C4
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Matka Silk Red Plain Textured Handloom Saree

RQ669C4
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Matka Silk Persian Pink Woven Handloom Saree

RP626C2
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Matka Silk Blue Woven Handloom Saree

RP497C2
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Matka Silk Purple And Black Handloom Patli Pallu Saree

RP703C2
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Matka Silk Deep Pink Woven Saree

RO381C2
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Matka Silk Jungle Green Woven Saree

RO387C2
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Rich Black Pure Matka Silk Woven Border Saree

RO428C2
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Fuchsia Pink Pure Matka Silk Self Textured Handloom Saree

RO409C1
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Matka Silk Deep Blue Woven Border Saree

RO469C1
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Matka Silk Baby Pink Woven Border Saree

RO467C1
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Orange Pure Matka Silk Self Textured Handloom Saree

RO379C1
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Matka Silk Black Woven Butti Style Handloom Saree

TM553C1
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Pure Matka Silk Brown Woven Border Saree

RO464C1
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Pure Matka Silk Orange Embellished Border Saree

RO446C1
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Pure Matka Silk Orange Resham Woven Handloom Saree

RO392C2
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Pure Matka Silk Pink Resham Woven Handloom Saree

RO390C2
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Red Matka Silk Resham Woven Handloom Saree

PI256Z8
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Pure Matka Silk Dark Green Embellished Border Saree

RO451C1
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Indian Silk House Agencies - Sarees

Matka Silk Sarees

Since the discovery of Silk in China around 2570 BC, it has ruled a luxury product, and with the advent of industrialization and globalization, silk is no longer rare commodity. In fact, the superior qualities of silk make it one best and the most revered across the globe. Excavations from Harappa and Chanadaro revealed that sericulture which employed wild silk threads from native species has been prevalent in the Indus Valley Civilization since 2470 B.C. The silk fibre excavated from these sites goes back during the period around 2400-2000 B.C. and were processed using similar techniques of degumming and reeling as the Chinese. The Chinese traders were believed to have taught this art to the people of Indus Valley and very soon India became one of the major silk producing centers.

Sericulture and Silk weaving was believed to be an elevated art in ancient India. In fact, the Mughal emperors recruited some of the talented Indian weavers and exquisite craftsmen from across the country to fulfill the demands of the royal fabric, as the rich and royal class would not just buy finished garments and fabrics, but would certainly buy silk threads for later use.  Influences of Persia, Syria and Egypt were seen in brocade designs are clearly seen on the brocade designs of North India.  However, Gujarat, Malwa, Varanasi, Azamgarh and Murshidabad were some of the main centers for brocade weaving and Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu were considered as the firs tsilk reeling locations in India.

Akbar was a great patron of the silk loom industry and brought weavers from Turkmenistan to Kashmir. The intricate patterns native to a particular area today are the result of weavers being brought together from various parts of the country to create the best designs for the royal family and their entourage. Our love affair with silk extends till date and we are the foremost producers of exclusive silk sarees online all over the world. The most common and popular sarees are Banarasi, Jamawar, and katans. These are the fabrics that a person can usually find in the local markets and are in great demand. However, the other materials like tanchoi, mushabbar, himru / amru, mushru, etc. have been relegated to selective niches in the market. Be it Kanchipuram silk from Chennai, Benarasi sarees from Varanasi,Uppada Sareesfrom Andhra, Paithani Sarees from Maharashtra, Assam silk, Bangalore silk or Tussar silk from West Bengal, every Indian women dreams of stocking her wardrobe with one each of these beauties. There is nothing better that complements this elegant and gorgeous fabric more than a beautifully draped saree

Matka Silk, however, is a rough handloom silk fabric obtained from the waste Mulberry Silk without removing the sericin.  Largely obtained from the states of Karnataka and Kashmir the spinning of this silk is done in Malda and Murshidabad districts in West Bengal. Sujapur village in West Bengal, Islampur village in Bangladesh and Dariapur village in Gujarat are some of the well- known Matka silk producing villages.

The Fabric and its Making

Traditional Matka Silk Sarees comes from the thick yarn spun from the silkworm Bombyx Mori which results in some irregularities in the texture of the fabric. The fabric of Matka Silk Sarees has similarity to the tweed fabric in texture. But, in spite of the irregularities in the texture of Matka Silk, it is considered unique. Matka sews very easily which makes it a delight for a tailor.

The thickness of this Silk can vary as per the amount of yarn used. This results in a controlled thickness of the fabric which contributes to its varied uses in different industries of clothing, home furnishing, and textiles.

Variety

The Matka Silk fabric is versatile and easy to use.  Besides traditional sarees, fancy dresses, salwar suits , jackets and few home furnishings  are made out of Matka Silk fabric. This lightweight is also used in the making of textile art and is suitable for scrapbooks , fabric journals and collages.

Present Scenario

The fabric has been well received on the fashion runways. New age designers are working very closely with Indian weavers for the revival of this fabric. They use these traditional silk and other silk varieties in their creations to promote these weavers and their art.

Great Indian celebrities have donned the Matka Silk Saree at various events.  

Not just the celebrities, this kind of silk are preferred by many due to its economical price and fabric strength when compared to other gorgeous pure silk sarees online.

Versatile Collection for Different Occasions

With the huge range of colours, styles, designs and works you can buy this Silk Sarees online from world silk sarees which is the online ethnic store of Indian Silk House Agencies. Choose a suitable Matka Silk Saree online to suit your mood, occasion and style sense.  Select you favourite from the easy-to-use filters of the website for wedding ceremony or for a casual wear. Every piece is made in India and comes with the Indian grace, which is difficult to find outside the country.

Our handloom silk sarees online remain the most sought-after masterpiece among women of all ages. They adored for their enticing jamdani woven floral and foliage motifs. And pallu graced with fringes and woven patterns create a lasting impression when you drape such sarees on formal events. Or you can also opt for our jamdani sarees and contrast border pure matka silk sarees. They look equally wonderful when worn with a perfectly fitted blouse and a pair of kundan or polki earrings.

Hence, do Bengal Silk Sarees Online Shopping and get the Indian Silk House Agencies edge. Not only because Indian Silk House Agencies, lets you Purchase Bengal Silk Sarees Online With Matching Blouses but also you can Buy Fancy Silk Sarees Online at Great Prices too!

Besides with many designer Matka Silk Sarees Online coming up lately, famous handloom fancy silk sarees have been selling like hot cake. And buyers ranging from US and Canada buy Silk Sarees Online with World Wide Shipping facility.