Nothing could be more great and enigmatic to try out this winter season to match up the traditional look in winter festivities other than silks. The one clothing that every Indian women, wherever they might be wishes to have a silk a saree. It is its purity, richness and elegance that makes silk fabrics a hot favorite of the winter season.
And among variety of silks we think that I will like to pick Motka Silk for the winter moments and here is a snapshot of the whole. This is a particular kind of silk saree available online woven in the Malda and Murshidabad in West Bengal. In other types of silk fabrics compared to matka silk you will find the latter one a little rough. It simply resembles linen and does not bear the shine for which all other silk sarees are famous for.
However, it is one of the best silk saree available online on which any type of work is easy to do - Like we have our own Motka Sitara, Motka Madhabilata, Motka Resham, Motka Shibori and lot more.
Origin and Facts of Motka Silk
Motka silk is one of the rough handloom silk made out of waste mulberry silk without even removing the gum. It is largely sourced from Karnataka and Kashmir, but the entire spinning is done in the Malda and Murshidabad districts in West Bengal. It comes from thick yarn spun from the silkworm Bombyx which results in irregularities of silk texture. One of the unique silk, easy to sew and widely used to prepare different type of sarees.
Who Are Using Motka Silk?
A lot of top class designers has been using the Motka Silk to define their new ranges of collection. They are widely using this silk to make enigmatic designer collection. Even we are also using the same fabric to create enigmatic works through the help of our artisans. Some eminent designers who are using it like Gaurang Shah, Sharavan Kumar, Paromita Banerjee, Ritu Kumar, Sabyasachi and more. Even you can find out many celebrities have donne themselves in the Motka silk sarees from this eminent designers. Bollywood actresses like Vidya Balan, Kiron Kher and Tisca Chopra has already worked many carpets in Motka Silk sarees.
Moreover, this saree is the basic choice for many as the price and fabric strength when compared to Kanjeevaram or Tussar.
How to Maintain the Motka Silk Saree?
To maintain the shine of the Motka Silk Saree, you can wash it with care in mild detergent. Make sure you keep it away from the direct sunlight that will allow you to prevent from fading.