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AremKV Naturals is a collection of hand woven Kanchipuram silk sarees made of 100% pure natural dyes.
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Until the introduction of artificial dyeing in 1856, all fibers were dyed naturally. Synthetic dyes were soon used as a substitute for natural dyes because they were convenient and cost-effective. The toxic waste caused by synthetic dyes and the impact on the environment is now clearly felt by everyone.
Ancient methods of making natural dyes and mordants, which bind the dye, have been lost over time. Or they became an art practiced only by artisans in small groups. Most naturally dyed sarees like black printed cotton sarees are dyed after weaving. However, the silk fabrics for Kanchipuram sarees are first dyed and then woven on the loom.
After a decade of research conducted at the ARMKV Center in Tamilnadu, we have discovered dozens of methods of natural dyes and have also developed exclusive colors from scratch in our own efforts. Naturals Collections sarees have rich red and amber hues derived from manjista (Indian madder), lacquer (lac) is used to create deep crimson hues and indigo pigment is used to create blue hues. Fenugreek, myrobalan, red earth, pomegranate peels, mulberry leaves and marigold are some of the natural ingredients used to make dyes.
Once the process of making the silk yarns is completed at our center they are dyed with natural and biodegradable dyes and then woven on the looms by our selected weavers.
Now for the first time in a decade, customers can buy a naturally dyed Kanchipuram silk saree and add it to their collection to celebrate the upcoming festive season.
Aremkv Lino Sarees
AremKV lino sarees are handwoven Kanchipuram silk sarees with 40% weight reduction through lino technology. RMKV holds patent for Lino technology in silk weaving. Crafted from the finest silk thread and pure lace, these original Kanchipuram silk sarees are hand-woven with a ‘light as air’ design. This means that these light weight silk sarees are naturally ‘breathable’ i.e. breathable.
Aremkvi Lino sarees are created keeping in mind the youth of today’s generation. These light weight Kanchipuram silk sarees are offered in vibrant colors and stunning designs.
Like all our exclusive innovation creations, Lino Silks are handwoven and manufactured at the ARMKV Center in Tamil Nadu. The silk is processed by our artisans and the finest silk threads are selected for the lino sarees. The silk threads are then hand woven by our handpicked weavers using a patented weaving method. Thus, these Kanchipuram silk sarees are particularly airy. Aramkvi Lino sarees for festive occasions are created with such a weaving technique that adds elegance to any celebration with a fusion of simplicity and vibrancy.
A stunning Kanchipuram silk saree handwoven with traditional indigo blue natural dye. Indigo length in this saree not only for body colors but also for unique tilak flowers. has been used. This saree is a tribute to the unique indigo color of beautiful kanji woven with straight lines through lace with peacock and mango like patterns in contrast pink color on the saree woven using gold colored Iris and beautiful peacock mango patterns in natural mulberry leaf dye and traditional quill eye pattern.
Baby pink saree
Handwoven Kanchipuram silk saree in natural color Menping color taken from Padumka wood. Lotus bud patterns are embroidered all over the body with gold lace and lacquer color.
Lace grid saree
Handwoven with natural dyes, these Kanchipuram silks have unique color combination and designs.
Lacquer color dyed with wood resins on the body part of the saree and matching golden lace work gives the saree its uniqueness and traditional patterns like bank, quill gun, paimadi, half madam woven into it express the individuality of the weaver, the patterns on the body of the saree are created with colors derived from the Chevvalli flag, the sea blue color found on the saree. Dyed with indigo and marigold.
11 Inch Green Korvai Saree
This traditional Kanchipuram Korvai silk saree is dyed with mulberry leaves and manjista.
The leaf green color of this saree is dyed with mulberry leaves, the 11 in wide contrast border of this chalai is dyed with manjista, the lotus bud found in the border and the lines are woven with gold iruka. Lacquer colored lines seen in the song are made with cotton and manjista and the blue color near these lines is made with indigo, Air India saree saree munthan is designed using nanga lace with comb rakes. This Kancheepuram silk fabric is dyed with pomegranate shell and indigo, this saree is characterized by golden lace lines growing on the top.
The pink color of this saree is dyed with resin and pomegranate shells. Embellished with manjishtha with lace lines rising up towards the munthan, the eye-catching munthan is dyed with indigo. The comb ray is designed with golden lace to complement the blue color on the forehead.
Flying horse saree
Shimmering in golden hues, this Kanchipuram silk saree is dyed with mustard manjishta and mulberry leaves. The golden color found on the body of the saree is dyed with three natural ingredients mustard seeds, fenugreek and manjista, while the intricately designed patterns like grid diamond studs are enhanced by the double color of the saree. The Rudraksha and the room are beautifully designed in the border. The green color found in Ichala is made from mulberry leaves and the dark color is made from marabeesan.
Jal Kamalam saree
This Kanchipuram silk saree is not only designed with natural patterns but also dyed with it. The body part of this chain is beautifully designed with lotus spikes between vines and its green color is derived from a combination of indigo and marigold flowers. This saree is painted with natural dyes and is designed with golden embroidery like quill eye, lotus and rudraksha on the wader area, the front part of this saree is also decorated with lotus quill eye rudraksha, bank and panneer anvil etc.
Rudraksham Border Saree
These Kanchipuram silks with unique designs are dyed with Manjishita. The body part of the saree is dyed with one of the world’s oldest natural dyes, Manjishta, beautifully shaped flowers are designed in golden lace all over the saree, the saree has a unique small border and is majestically designed in the midst of flying horse flags on the large border. The color found in horse is made from the extract of oak bark. The border and front of the hall are designed with quill gun and honeycomb patterns and the colors are dyed with mulberry leaves.
Kamalam Putta saree
This Kancheepuram silk saree handwoven with natural colors is a creation designed with golden lace.The body of this saree shimmers in golden color and the body is dyed with mustard and the color of the vine around the body is dyed with wood resin.The lotus bud found on the body is woven with golden lace. The stripes are woven with golden lace.
Founded in 1924, AremKV is famous for its handwoven Kanchipuram silk sarees. The company has won several national awards for its creativity and innovation. AremKV Design Studio has created many unique silk sarees till date. Prominent among these are concept-based sarees like Chinnanchiru Kiliye, Durbar Krishna, Aishwariya flowers and Kural painting, Grand Reversible saree, 50000 color saree, Varnajalam sarees, innovative natural silk sarees and Lino Light-Silk, a light weight exclusive silk saree. Today you can have your saree made exclusively for you with our team of AramKV weavers in over 50000 colors.
AremKV has a wide range of fancy sarees, embroidered sarees, salwar kameez, and exclusive ranges for women, men and kids. Naturals Collections is the latest innovation from AremKV. This creation creates the most luxurious, durable designs from our traditional, valuable dyeing processes.