jamdani


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jamdani

(ˈdʒɑːmˌdɑːniː)
n
(Textiles) a type of fine, patterned muslin made in Bangladesh
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On- Loom, the design is entered on the loom while weaving brocade, muslin, jamdani, weaved shawls, weaved sarees.
Among the many cheerful types of saris, the Daccai Jamdani is one of the oldest, most expensive and delicate muslin drapes made from fine Egyptian cotton with beautiful floral and geometric designs.
Besides, Jamdani sarees and dresses made of silk, maslin and taat products could grab a big market in the UK, they opined.
Teamed with an exquisite pair of peacock chandbalis and a maangtikka designed by Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla crafted by Saboo, a beautiful Banarasi Jamdani dupatta provided the final flourish.
Of the four choices -- Kanjeevaram, tussar, jamdani and dupion, each type of sari a reflection of the region it comes from -- she wore the red kanjeevaram (the most popular among voters online), when along with her diplomat-husband, she attended the flag-hoisting ceremony at Red Fort.
And the recent UN announcement to elevate the country from the 'Least Developed Country status to a Developing Country' is a huge success." Today, he said, Bangladesh is also producing globally renowned hilsa fish, jamdani silk and shital pati weaving.
The High Commissioner informed the audience that it has been a matter of pride for his country that UNESCO in 2013 recognized Jamdani, a cotton fabric with decorative motif woven on the loom, as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The commissioner also informed that UNESCO had recognized Jamdani and Shital Pati as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2013 and 2017 respectively.
The authorities will also employ 12 prisoners to operate six looms installed in the jail to produce Jamdani, a traditional Bangladeshi fabric.
And of course, their specialities, like citrus lamb cutlets and Jamdani Hash duck, are worth the trip alone.
Some of the famous varieties of handmade sarees from different regions of India are North-Banarasi silk, Chikankari, Bhagalpuri, Jamavar, Maheshwari, West-Patola, Bandhani, Ghatchola, Paithani, Parsigara, Karvati, East-Baluchari, Kantha, Sambalpuri, Jamdani, and South-Pachampalli, Kanjivaram, Gadwal, Uppada, Ikat, and others.