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Chinnalapattu sarees or banana pith silk sarees are made from banana fibers. These are known as “Sungudi saree”, Madhurai Saree and Chinnalapattu. Sungudi sarees are traditional cotton sarees from Chinnalapatti village, Tamil Nadu, defined by block print and tie & dye patterns. The manufacture of banana fiber yarn is a painstaking process. A multi-step process requires skillful hands to create this brilliant yarn. The banana fiber yarn thus produced constitutes the weft of the sari and the silk constitutes the warp, united with the equal dexterity of a weaver’s hands on a hand-loom. Biodegradable, recyclable, breathable, renewable, high tensile strength, durable, lustrous and be equal to the quality of silk from a silkworm – this is the magnificence of banana fibers. The colors used in these sarees are extremely varied and stylish. Whether you are going to a party, auspicious occasion, wedding, or office meeting, these sarees can make a statement almost anywhere. Shop for the latest collection of chinnalam pattu sarees online and blouse stitching at the best price for all your special occasions.

Chinnalapatti is a neat and clean little town in the Dindigul district of southern Tamil Nadu. Chinnalapatti’s economy depends mainly on the hand-weaving industry. Weaving has been a way of life in Chinalapatti since time immemorial. The making of the Chinnalapattu involves looming, weaving, dyeing and printing. Practiced as an art by hand, this textile requires a lot of patience and creativity in the design of different shades. Most of the time, the dyes used were natural dyes extracted from plants, but with the emerging industrialization and the unavailability of human labor, today they are dyed in chemical dyes. These sarees are usually made from pure cotton and silk fabric in which the yarn is dyed in natural and chemical colors. Since this involves manual work, the various patterns & designs vary across each piece. The designs and colors of the saree may vary, but the fabric is pure cotton or cotton and silk blend or pure silk. The main feature of these sarees is that they are very light-weighted and easy to drape, they have bright colors with contrasting borders and a golden jari which is suitable for all Indian women. Since these sarees are inexpensive compared to the Kanjeevaram and Ikkat sarees by Pochampalley and Odisha, they are equivalent to the expensive sarees and look stylish when paired with gold jewelry and women love to flaunt these sarees in weddings and other traditional festivals.

These are exported to countries like Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and South Africa, with increasing demand in other countries as well. Various Govt. Marketing programs and strategies have educated both the producer and consumer section of the company to the originality of the product and it has drastically increased the demand for it. The latest trend in going green has made the loom industry and weavers innovate various organic dyes popular not only in India but globally as well.

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FAQ

  • What so special in chinnala pattu saree?

    Chinnala pattu saree is so special beacuse chinnala pattu as its made from Banana fibre and its hand weaved. Manufacturing of banana fiber yarn is a painstaking process. A multi-step process requires skillful hands to create this brilliant yarn.

  • Where can I Buy chinnalam pattu sarees online?

    Shop latest collection of chinnalam pattu sarees online from Mirra Clothig. We have a collection of variety of designs and colours such as Dark Purple Chinnalapattu Silk Saree with Handwoven Buttas, Blue Chinnalapattu Silk Saree with Handwoven Buttas, Copper Chinnalapattu Silk Saree with Handwoven Buttas and many more. The Chinnalapattu Silk Saree price starts from 2500 onwards

  • Can we wash Pattu Sarees?

    Yes, you can wash pattu sarees, but always wash your pattu sarees in cold water. For general washing, use a bucket of cold water and add a few drops of detergent to the water. Please use very mild detergent as strong chemicals can damage the saree. Alternatively, you can also use a baby shampoo as it is devoid of harsh chemicals.

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