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GHARCHOLA KHOMBHI | ODHANI | DUPATTA
so it is about tradition. Passed on from our ancestors to us, a tradition every girl dreams to own. “Khombhi” is a bandhej garment, either in the form of a dupatta, the entire outfit like a saree or a suit, and so on owned by almost in every Wedding..
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Traditionally, Gharcholas are made on the handloom. However, these days Gaji Silk Gharcholas are available avidly, and these often are not handloom crafted. In the original process, Gharchola saree is first woven using fabric and Zari threads to create the grid/ chequered pattern, thus producing a beautiful Zari checks saree. This base is then tied in such a way that each single box has a Bandhani motif. The saree is then dyed. Once embellished with Bandhani patterns, Gharchola is decorated further with intricate, hand embroidery. Sometimes, extra borders (bhrat) and pallu in green colour are also attached to the original Gharchola.
Traditionally sought and culturally rich, Gharcholas (sarees/odhanies) are a way of welcoming the new bride into the groom’s home – with respect and affection. Groom’s mother gifts a Gharchola – traditional grid-patterned, unstitched length of embellished fabric – to the bride. The daughter-in-law drapes it over her head – as a way of her mother-in-law’s aashirwaad (blessing) – at the time of wedding rituals.
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Then the other end is brought to her right shoulder, draping the saree from the back.
Many contemporary brides do not drape the pallu over their head.
the Pallu’s loose end that falls over the bride’s right shoulder is tied to the groom’s sacred stole, during wedding rituals.
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Gharchola is a saree, traditionally used as a head/ shoulder drape, called as Odhani/ Chunari/ Chundari. Since it is a wedding apparel, it is usually in auspicious colours of red/ maroon and green/ yellow. A variant of the popular Bandhani saree, Gharchola is distinguishable by its typical grid pattern.
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The origin of Gharchola Originating from the Khambat(Cambay) region of Gujarat,
Gharcholas have been used for years in Gujarati weddings.
Khambat was a very popular port and centre of trade in India, till about 16th century. Merchants from all over the world visited this important trading centre that was also famous for silk manufacturing. The weaving of Gharcholas is traced back to this port city.
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Ghar+Chola – made of two words ‘ghar’ (home) and ‘chola’ (cape/clothing)– the word gharchola literally translates to ‘home apparel’ or the outfit worn at home. However, the contextual meaning of the word is more complex. Here ‘Ghar’ refers to the bride’s new home, her husband’s home. And, ‘Chola’ contextually means her wedding costume. The new bride enters her marital home wearing a Gharchola on her head and shoulders – implying she comes with everyone’s blessings and good wishes.
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When two people marry, two families too, invariably, marry!
This stands especially true in the context of the Indian marriages, where a bride is traditionally considered the honour and grace of the family she marries into. Also, with marriage, the bride becomes an integral part of her new family – her security and respect, the new family’s responsibility.
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There are many cultural practices and religious/ ritualistic symbols associated with this integral aspect of Indian society. Gharchola is one of them!
This auspicious wedding staple from the Indian states of Gujarat has been used since years with this beautiful thought behind it.
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