A traditional style of tie-dye extensively used in Rajasthan, India, with its bright colours and distinctive patterns is well known and loved as Leheriya. Rajasthan is also known as the ‘Land of Kings’ and is not only famous for its historical heritage but also for its rich culture and arts. Being a city of colour and craft, its people love celebrating various festivals. Teej and Ganguar are especially favourite festivals dedicated to Goddess Parvati’s reunion with shiv after 108 rebirths and are celebrated with great enthusiasm. On these occasions, the landscape is bright with a profusion of leheriya lehengas. Married women wear these auspicious leheriya lehengas or even leheriya sarees as they celebrate the onset of the season of monsoon and bring in the annual showers. Women observe a fast, exchange gifts and sarees specially the leheriyas as it is marked as a symbol of love and appreciation.
The leheriya artwork has been in practice since ancient times and holds great importance in expressing the culture and tradition of Rajasthan. The phrase leheriya has taken its name from the wavy patterns produced by the dying techniques used to create complex waves.
Leheriya lehenga fabrics
Leheriya lehengas are a perfect attire and look exquisite on every woman. They are fabricated in cotton, silk, chiffon and georgette, to keep the outfit looking elegant. One of the remarkable points of a leheriya lehenga is when fabricated on chiffon, it’s lightweight feel perfectly suits the parched environments. The leheriya lehenga gives a perfect combination of classy and traditional looks.
Leheriya lehenga colours
It is available in many colours making it suitable as a perfect outfit for parties, weddings and special occasions. Leheriya lehengas with their eye-catchy tie and dye prints are trendy and famous across the world. Myriad colours of leheriya like black, green, white, blue, red, brown, purple embellished with colourful contrasting strips and fine details give a charming effect. Multicoloured Lehenga alluring to the rainbow consists of a mixture of hues such as yellow, magenta, green, blue for a vibrant look and feel.
Buy leheriya lehenga online from Ranas
Being an all-time favourite amongst women, leheriya lehenga can be tailored and worn depending on personal taste. And the extensive collection at Ranas with its wide variety fits right in with a plethora of choices. These zigzag irregular patterns or symmetrical lines on leheriya lehengas are mostly designed in Jaipur, adding their stamp of authenticity and cultural connect of traditional styles connecting to modern times.
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