The origin of Chikankari goes back to the later part of the eighteenth century. Chikankari is believed to be of Persian origin. Mughal queen Noor Jahan was a great lover of Chikankari. In Lucknow(erstwhile Avadh) Chikankari was patronised by Nawab Wajid Ali Shah.
Nazrana has been producing finest quality hand embroidered Chikankari products since 1981.We have tried to incorporate the latest fashion trends in our collections along with keeping the authentic and quintessential look of Chikankari alive. We assure you that at Nazrana you will get the trendsetting, latest and authentic collection of Chikan wear which has been created aesthetically and tastefully. We have collection for women as well as men for casual, festive and formal wear. One of the most popular formal attire for women since times immemorial has been saree.
Sarees are one of the oldest forms of clothing on our planet, they are a significant and traditional piece of Indian attire. A woman can never go wrong with sarees no matter what the occasion is. Nowadays women love to wear sarees which are not only trendy but also have a traditional feel to them.
You can find numerous kinds of sarees in the Indian market and Chikankari sarees are one of the most sought after sarees today. Nazrana’s exquisite collection of hand embroidered Chikankari sarees on georgette, silk, chanderi, kota and voiles with authentic Chikankari embellished with other hand embroidered art forms like aari-zardozi, parsi, kaamdani and applique work will surely impress you.
A Chikankari saree defines grace, beauty and elegance and is moreover a timeless piece that any woman will love to wear, own and cherish. It is essential to have a couple of classy Chikankari sarees in your wardrobe.