Bhanurekha Ganesan popularly known by her stage name itself Rekha, is the most popular actress in Indian film industry. This Bollywood Diva has worked in the industry for like decades. Noted for her versatility and acknowledged as one of the finest actresses in the world of Indian cinemas. Rekha has acted in more than 180 movies in her profession crossing more than 50 years. All through her vocation, she has frequently played solid female characters and, aside from standard film, showed up in arthouse films, referred to in India as parallel film.
She is the perfect example of natural beauty who glows even brighter with her age. She is the owner of what we call divine beauty. Even at this age she is gorgeous enough to take the limelight of any occasion. Though she doesn’t appear in the bollywood films much now but her presence is always found in the award shows. There’s one thing which has been observed in her is that wherever she goes be it a reality show or an award ceremony she always prefers saree as her outfit which defines the importance of saree for an Indian women. She just doesn’t wear saree but she is a keen admirer of this six yards of elegance. It has also been noted that most of the times she glams herself up with Kanjeevaram Silks sarees. Kanjeevaram is a type of silk saree which has its genesis from the south part of India i.e, in Kanchipuram region, Tamil Nadu. Its actually know as Kanchipuram but with time the name Kanjeevaram got more popularity. Near about all the women out there will have atleast one Kanjeevaram saree in their wardrobe. Kanjeevaram has always been a people centric selection. Even most of the bollywood stars prefers Kanjeevaram when it comes to saree.
Kanchipuram saree has its own value. The sarees are woven from pure mulberry silk thread. The pure mulberry silk used in the making of Kanchipuram sarees comes from South India and the zari comes from Gujarat.
These Kanchipuram Sarees are recognized by their wide contrast borders. Temple borders, checks, stripes and floral (buttas) are traditional designs found on a Kanchipuram sarees. The examples and structures in the kanchipuram sarees were enlivened with pictures and sacred texts in South Indian temples or natural features like leaves, birds and animals. These are sarees with rich woven pallu demonstrating canvases of Raja Ravi Varma and sagas of Mahabharata and Ramayana. Kanchipuram sarees shift broadly in expense contingent on the complexity of work, hues, design, material utilized like zari (gold string) and so forth. The silk is likewise known for its quality and craftsmanship, which has earned its name.
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