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If you are searching for the best chikankari silk kurtis online you have the right place and looking for a shop that provides most of the handmade silk chikankari kurti at a more reasonable and cheapest price than its competitors then the best online store for you is Adabkari, note that we provide free shipping in India. Silk chikankari kurti also looks very beautiful, classy, and elegant when paired with chikan dupattas or chikankari pants. The best part is that they are available at affordable prices at Adabkari. So if you want to own an exclusive modal silk chikankari kurti but don’t want to spend too much on it, then buying a chikankari silk kurti online at Adabkari is the best for you

Origin of Silk Chikankari

When we hear the word ‘ChikanKari’ we resemble *Chikan*. Yes, and it is Chikankari originated in *Chikan*, a village in the *Koh Mehr* District of Persia (Now Iran). Chikankari was brought to India in the Mughal era. At that time the empire was run by Jahangir the fourth Mughal emperor. His wife and Empress Nur Jahan employed the artisans of chikankari art in the empire. The art of chikankari flourished in the *Mughal harems in Delhi*. After the downfall of the Mughal empire, these artisans of chikankari moved to “Lucknow” the capital of Oud, and settled there under the patronage of the Oud nawabs. Today the art of chikankari flourishes in Lucknow as well as in the world. Chikankari is an art form of hand embroidery with 35 different types of threads. But Silk chikankari is the most demanding and popular among them.

What do you need to know about silk chikankari kurti?

Are you looking for a new silk chikankari kurti, Here’s all you need to know about how to care for your silk chikankari kurti, whether you need guidance on what color looks best on you or simply have questions about how to care for your silk chikankari kurti. We will tell you what you need to know about silk chikankari Kurtis.

What exactly is a Silk Chikankari Kurti?

A silk chikankari kurti is an Indian attire that has been traditionally worn by women in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh since ancient times. The outfit is made of silk fabric, and the garment features intricate designs created using classic hand-embroidery techniques called chikankari.

What does a silk chikankari kurti look like?

There are many varieties of Chikankari kurtis but they all have a unique floral pattern. They usually have bright colors with shades of red, green, blue, and yellow. Most are made of silk. These kurti can be worn alone or combined with other pants, such as Chikankari pants & palazzos, according to personal preference.

How many sittings does it take to create one chikankari silk kurtis?

Usually, the chikankari silk kurtis set needs to be 3 sessions 10 to 12 hours each. The first one is designed and sewn on white fabric as a base layer. In the second operation, the embroiderer will work on this and create a chikankari pattern. In the third and last session, all the materials are brought together by the tailor, or a beautiful kurti is sewn.

What are these modal silk chikankari kurti made of?

As you read the question modal silk is used to make modal silk chikankari kurti. These modal silk chikankari kurtis are soft and attractive, & durable. That is why these modal silk chikankari kurtis are lightweight, easy to wear, and machine washable as well. At Adabkari you will find a wide range of modal silk chikankari kurtis with attractive colors and elegant designs. You can also purchase it online at or visit our store. You will know how hard work our artisans do by hand using intricate embroidery work with lots of attention & focus paid to every detail to make the best modal silk chikankari kurti just for you. You can find many designs on offer for these modal silk chikankari kurtis online. You can look at them all on our official website before deciding which ones to purchase.

How to style silk chikankari kurti?

The silk Chikankari kurti is an icon of Lucknow's history, tradition, and culture. Commonly known as 'chikankaris' or 'chikan' for short, these designs are a form of embroidery in Lucknow. These beautiful chikankari designs turn into beautiful dresses, shawls, and even shirts for men and women. The best part about these kurtis is that they can be worn with any type of bottom; You can pair it with wide-leg trousers, cropped trousers, or even chikankari trousers to add an ethnic touch to your look. They are also perfect for casual wear; Simply pair them with heels and necklaces for a stylish look.

Our online collection of silk chikankari kurtis is your best choice if you are looking for stylish yet elegant outfits. We offer various types of silk kurti like modal silk Chikankari Kurti which are made by skilled people from quality fabric and yarn. For those who love to wear silk, we have chikankari silk kurtis, a cotton silk blend that combines the elegance of silk with the softness of cotton for maximum comfort.


Lucknow Chikankari is a type of hand embroidery unique to India. It has been a sign of fashion, style, and elegance from the Mughal period till now. There are so many different & unique sewing styles & methods that it takes years of hard work to learn. Needlework, also known as chikankari, requires a great deal of discipline, care, attention, focus, and skill that is passed down from generation to generation.

This is why Chikankari is an important skill in Lucknow. In recent years Chikankari silk Kurtis has become popular due to their versatility in many occasions. Whether it's a girl looking for stylish and comfortable clothes or a working woman who wants to strike a balance between style and comfort, Chikankari silk Kurtis is a wardrobe essential and should be available to everyone.

You can find one of the largest selections & attractive Chikankari silk Kurtis online at Adabkari. Then add the chikankari silk kurtis to your wardrobe toda





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