Indigenous weaves of Maheshwar and Chanderi , ourely handwoven in silks and cotton. Mark of grace, richness of culture and heritage from Madhya pradesh.
The origin of the Maheshwari sarees dates back to the 18th century, when the state of Indore in Madhya Pradesh was ruled by Queen Ahilyabai Holkar.The diverse colors make the handloom beautiful.
While the Chanderi sari tradition began in the 13th century, Chanderi fabric is light-weight, has glossy transparency and has a sheer texture. The name of the fabric came from the small place 'Chanderi' which is situated in Madhya Pradesh.