It is believed that the word Zari originated in a village by the same name in ancient Persia (Iran of today) where artisans used the skill of weaving thin threads of gold and silver onto fine fabrics of silk. The art was brought to India by Persian migrants between 1700-1100 BC – the period of Rigveda. However, zari work flourished during the Mughal era under the patronage of Emperor Akbar. It is sold mainly in urban cities like Lucknow and Chennai, where silk fabrics in the form of zari work sarees and Lucknowi suits are quite popular. Nowadays, Zari is not made of real silver & gold but has polyester or cotton yarn at its core, wrapped in silver/golden metallic yarn. It has now been recognized by the Government of India as one of the most ancient forms of handicraft.
This striking red Zari check cigar pants have pockets on both sides and is perfect for any occasion. It gives a simple yet striking chic look for the summer warmth.
Soft cotton zari checks Fabric.
Elastic on the back
Pockets on both sides.
Colour Declaration: There might be slight variation in the actual colour of the product due to different screen resolutions
Care Instruction: Suggests dry cleaning; colour may bleed a little as it is crafted by hand.
Model is wearing S size. The height of the Model is 5'3