A symphony of colors and sheer elegance
At Vishnu, we believe in the mantra of ‘one fabric at a time’; our ladies kurtas are deemed to be as surreal and ethereal as the morning bliss. A soft cottony touch, fine detailing, and handcrafted dyeing & printing process are the reasons why Kurta designs at Vishnu are etched to perfection.
Tracing our methods to the decade-old and traditional method of prepping fabric, coloring & dyeing them, and bringing together each fold stitch by stitch we are recreating classic kurtas in a much contemporary way. Fairly straightforward in appearance and enriched with great detailing, these subtle artful outfits are a proven fact that Indian ethnic culture is timeless. To name a few:
Asita: An array of dark earthy tones that is deemed to invoke a cozy vibe even in the coolest of moods and weather. With great prints on every ensemble, this ladies' Kurti is tailored specially for women who love to straddle between scintillating classic beauty and traditional charm. Our Asita collection is sure to give a fascinating spin to your already chic and warm wardrobe. Make our delightful Asita kurtas the pride of your wardrobe, click here to shop now.
Bagru: The scarcity of water in Jaipur gave rise to the Bagru printing process. Bagru is a special process that primarily relies on mud to produce whimsical designs. primarily relies on mud to produce whimsical designs. Harda or a thick yellow paste is applied to the cloth for the dyes to properly imbue in the cloth. After the cloth is dried kaarigars at Vishnu, imbibe beautiful prints of distinctive shapes and patterns along with the fabric with the help of wooden blocks. The process of dyeing and drying is done endless times to make the masterpiece fabric lively. At Vishnu, we use a unique harda mix to ensure that you get fine print across the outfit. Bring home your favorite Bagru printed ladies kurta today.
Hand block prints: Emerging from the great cultural ocean of Rajasthan, hand block printings as kurta designs are by far the most endearing and calming prints one can have for their outfits. At Vishnu, our artists are experienced and trained in this method. We believe in making our hand- carved teakwood blocks, which we soak in oil so that blocks can create a captivating look all around the fabric. It’s sage, probably a love anthem that’s played in sync between the craftsman and fabric, every print when imbibed is a work-of-art and once the tale of printing is completed the cloth is left to dry under the royal Sun of Rajasthan. The luster and luxury of hand block printed dress comes in each print and fabric. Click here to shop now.
Indigo: The process of getting the indigo dye is complex and time enduring, special leaves are harvested and placed in a fermentation vat to bring out their color. Once the color is achieved then the fabric is then dipped in the color and the time staking process begins, as the color of the fabric doesn’t change initially it takes time, for the striking blue hue to come out and give that luscious appearance. Every indigo ladies Kurti at Vishnu is colored to perfection, make this beauty yours, click here.
Kalamkari: Little do people know that Kalamkari kurta design is a 3000-year-old art form. This art involves tedious work, where plain grey fabric is immersed in a terracotta pot containing a mixture of cow dung and water. Once the fabric absorbs the mixture it is then washed in running water and beaten with stone to achieve prints of distinctive sorts, this process is repeated several times until satisfaction.
Tvish: The dazzling light and flowy Tvish collection at Vishnu embarks a women’s journey towards sheer elegance calming pastel shades. Attires crafted in soft Mul Mul cloth bring together your inner energy and make you feel more confident and radiant. Bring home our Tvish collection, order from https://thevishnu.in/collections/tvish.
The soulful journey of ladies Kurtis at Vishnu will take you on a graceful tour where you’ll get to meet the other side of yourself. Visit www.thevishnu.in and view our entire collection.