In Chanderi, ancient craftsmen use silk as warp and fine cotton as yarn, that results in an astounding outcome, ideal summer wear. Usually, in delicate hues, these refined clothes are best-of-breed. deriving creative inspiration from the Varanasi vogue, the silk ‘Zari‘ sarees are most asked for. The saris usually have an upscale gold border and 2 gold bands on the ‘pallu(the loose end of the saree hanging over the shoulder). The more expensive sarees have gold checks with lotus roundels everywhere which are referred to as ‘butis’.
In past, the kantha was entirely created out of re-used textile, even the threads removed from the textile to secure the layers of materials and that they weren't meant to be sold-out. The density and therefore the direction of the running stitches over layers of soft materials rendered it a novel key and rippled impact after pinning. The image is transferred onto the textile with zinc oxide mixed with Kerosene or another solvent. Once the motif is derived, the lady ties it to an embroidery loop, intermediate her household chores she fills up the textile with several minute stitches to place it all at once.
Later, throughout the reign of Mughal emperor Akbar, Jessore came underneath military blockade and through the reign of King Pratapaditya the priest of the temple gave the divinity to his own guru, Mathuresh Goswami, to guard it throughout the time of unrest. The Goswami, realizing the gravity of the case, took Dol Govinda to his ancestral direct Nadia, wherever he reinstalled the divinity in a very new temple. Srimati Radha was later put in aboard Dol Govinda and along they were named Radharaman.