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Mordwar Collection

Have you ever been to the Pink City of India?
Magnificent Jaipur, the pink city of India, is known for its pink buildings, historic beauty, delicious cuisine, its natural beauty and the list is endless. It is one of India's most beautiful cities wherein the culture and the traditions of the place are strongly rooted. An artisan's expression of beauty reflects in the colours of the fabric and the patterns and prints on it. Jaipur, one such beautiful city has abundance of inspiration that can be a source of creativity for every artisan.The city is known for its majestic architecture and the patterns on the walls. One such example of the city's majestic architecture is the Jaipur Palace.

Kalanjali inspired by the majestic and magnificent palace, presents a brand new collection, paying tribute to the architecture, " The Mordwar Collection". In Hindi, "Mor" means peacock and "dwar" means door. The collection is named after the unique peacock gate in Pritam Niwas Chowk, the inner courtyard of the city's palace. Pritam Nivas Chowk has four smaller gates with each gate representing the four seasons. The peacock gate is one among the four gates and is at the north-east side of the courtyard. The beautifully painted gate acts like sentries at the main gate and represent the autumn season. It is widely believed that "Inspiration comes from anywhere and everywhere" and that is so true, when it comes to the inspiration Kalanjali draws, for its different collections and it thus, encourages and appreciates the art of various artisans throughout India. In this collection, the designers reflect the intricate patterns and designs on the peacock gate of the palace on to fab fabrics.

The Collection:

This festive season Kalanjali provides an array of unique collections with a play of colours and patterns, be it either on Kalamkari, Ikkat or even Ajrak. A speciality of this collection is that it is an Ajrak collection. Ajrak is a traditional hand block printing technique and goes through an extensive process of saaj, washing, kasano, khariyanu, kut and much more. The motifs of the collection are inspired from the Peacock gate. The collection truly reflects the beauty of the peacock from the colours and the patterns. The designs and patterns on the garments are made with the help of vegetable dyes and so the colour palette includes blue, maroon, rust, greenish and yellowish shades. The collection has a wide range of sarees, kurtis and garments for girls as well as boys. Reflect the ethnicity in you through your attire and flaunt it confidently, with this fab Mordwar collection.

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