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More about the collection...

  • What is the Bulbul Collection about?

    Mrida's Spring Summer '24 Collection - The Bulbul Collection is a vibrant and versatile Maheshwari cotton silk saree collection, inspired by the playful spirit of the bulbul bird. Each hand-block printed and pure handloom saree, featuring earthy colors and intricate patterns, is a canvas for personal expression and storytelling. Celebrate your unique style with these handcrafted pieces, from Mrida.

  • What’s special about the Bulbul collection?

    The intermixing of Bagh print on the Maheswari cotton silk saree and the interplay of the hand block print on the Maheswari cotton silk saree gives the Bulbul collection a touch of modernity and versatility, yet maintaining the true essence of a handloom saree. Whilst the former technique uses Bagh river water and organic colour technique, the latter uses block print technique that mixes the natural hues with non-toxic colours bringing in vibrancy and thereby encapsulating the happy spirit of the Indian spring.

  • What is a cotton-silk fabric?

    A classic Maheshwari saree blends the comfort of cotton with the lustre of silk, wherein, 70-80% consists of pure cotton fabric that adds to breathability, while 20-30% consists of silk for that signature Maheshwari shine. In Mrida’s Bulbul Collection we curate a vibrant and captivating range of Maheshwari handloom sarees. Our Summer-Spring’24 collection is crafted from the finest cotton silk, ensuring each piece is lightweight, breathable, and perfect for the warmer seasons and therefore skin-friendly.

  • Do you offer customisation and what’s the delivery timeline for the same?

    Customisation is difficult because the blocks on Bagh are limited. They mainly consist of floral, typical ambi motifs, geometric patterns, animals, birds, and other architectural elements. All sarees under this collection are limited edition.

  • Is the Bulbul collection hand-woven?

    At Mrida sarees we value authenticity and purity and so we work with artisans who are certified to create handloom sarees. In fact, each of the 11 pieces of Bulbul block print Maheswari cotton silk saree is unique. No piece is the same.

  • How is the Bulbul Maheshwari saree collection different from the othercollections that the market offers?

    At Mrida Sarees, we believe in experimenting with our art and craft. The permutation and combination of colours and patterns, the choice of palette, the styling of the border and the entire design aesthetics are exclusively curated by our founders Neeta Nagi and Shriya Nagi. In fact, no two Mrida sarees would be ever the same, as they’re handcrafted.

  • How do I know it's a real Maheshwari saree?

    Look for the telltale signs like a cotton-silk blend fabric, signature Narmada River border, and a lightweight, breathable weave with a subtle sheen.

  • What are the traditional fabrics used in Maheshwari sarees?

    Cotton-Silk is the classic, but one also finds a pure cotton and pure silk Maheshwari sarees. It's all about finding the perfect blend for you, with Mrida explore a wide range of Maheshwari sarees

  • Why is the Bulbul collection a mixed fabric saree?

    The Maheshwari craft has always embraced the beautiful balance of cotton and silk. It's a tradition we're proud to carry on. Hence, the Bulbul collection has carried this traditional fabric with modern design aesthetics.