Our infrastructure facility is properly divided into sub-sections for production, administration, warehouse, quality assurance and client help desk facility. We have been able to complete the bulk orders, owing to the capacious and large infrastructure facility. Additionally, our offered, sarees are highly liked and appreciated by the clients, due to the elegant design and skin friendliness. Further, our offered, suits are highly demanded and liked by clients, all over the country. Additionally, our clientele includes fashion houses and saree shops, all over the country.
We are greatly indebted to our mentor Mrs. Seema Tiwari Mishra, who has always motivated and inspired us to deliver the best, sarees and suits. Our complete workforce strives hard to fulfill the vision of our mentor.
|Nature of Business||Manufacturer|
|Company CEO||Seema Tiwari Mishra|
|Total Number of Employees||11 to 25 People|
|Year of Establishment||2012|
|Legal Status of Firm||Individual - Proprietor|
|Annual Turnover||Upto Rs. 50 Lakh|
|Quality Measures / Testing Facilities||Yes|
|Banker||BANK OF BARODA|
Packaging/Payment and Shipment Details
|Shipment Mode||By Road|
About The Company
- Charming and elegant It has the quality of magnificence Pride of the owner It’s glamour personified! Once an exclusive privilege of the royalty has become an established Choice of the woman today.
- Conceived and designed by queen Ahilyabai Holkar of Madhya Pradesh herself each Maheshwari Creations Conjures up a picture of royal Elegance.
- Majestic in its designs, it Is woven from silk and cotton fibres and embellished with gold zari. Maheshwari Creations are glamour personified! Majestic their designs, Maheshwari Creations are woven from silk and cotton fibers. The saree is well known to have the golden border and zari work. If you too, are fan of Maheshwari Creations, or are planning to buy one, Maheshwari Creations is the right place for you.
- These sarees are largely produced in the town of Maheshwar in Madhya Pradesh. The origin of the Maheshwari sarees dates back to the 18th century, when the state of Indore in Madhya Pradesh was ruled by Queen Ahilyabai Holkar.According to legends, Queen Ahilyabai ordered craftsmen from Surat and Malwa to design special 9-yard sarees to be gifted to royal guests and relatives. The sarees that were produced by these craftsmen became popular as Maheshwari Creations. It is believed that Queen Ahilyabai herself created the design of the first saree. These sarees were originally worn by the ladies of royal status, but nowadays, they are available in national and markets.
- The designs in the Maheshwari Creations were inspired by the detailing on the walls of the Fort of Maheshwar. The popular designs used in these sarees, which were inspired from the designs on the fort walls are the ‘Chatai’ pattern that is the ‘Mat’ pattern, the ‘Chameli ka phool’ pattern that is the ‘Chameli flower’ pattern, the ‘Eent’ pattern that is the ‘Brick’ pattern as well as the ‘Heera’ pattern that is the ‘Diamond’ pattern.
- Originally, the Maheshwari saree was made of pure silk. Then in course of time, these sarees began to be made in pure cotton and with a mixture of silk and cotton (silk yarn in the warp and cotton in the weft). Nowadays, wool is also being used in the production of Maheshwari Creations. These sarees are extremely light in weight and present a sharp contrast to the Kanchipuram sarees of South India.
- Maheshwari Creations were initially made only in dark shades like red, maroon, black, purple and green. Today, these sarees are also being made in lighter shades and gold and silver threads are being made use of. In local dialect, the most popular colors used in Maheshwari sarees are ‘Angoori’ (grape green), ‘Dalimbi’ (deep pink), ‘Gul Bakshi’ (magenta), ‘Jaamla’ (purple), ‘Tapkeer’ (deep brown), ‘Aamrak’ (golden), ‘Rani’ (deep pink), ‘Dhaani’ (green) and ‘Kaashi’ (light purple). Usually, vegetable dyes are used in the preparation of these sarees.
- These sarees usually have a plain body or have stripes or checks of different varieties. Some of these varieties are highly popular and are known by different names. The ‘Chandrakala’ and the ‘Baingani Chandrakala’ are examples of plain Maheshwari sarees, while the ‘Chandratara’, the ‘Beli’ and the ‘Parbi’ are examples of striped and checked ones.
- The unique feature of a Maheshwari saree is its reversible border. The border is designed in such a way that both sides of the saree can be worn. This is locally known as ‘Bugdi’.
Awards and Achievements
- Member of Expert Committee for Textiles at PHD CCI - Peace and Harmony Development Chamber of commerce and Industry
- MPLUS - Madhya Pradesh laghu Udyog sangh
- AIMP Association of Industries Madhya Pradesh
- MCCI Malwa Chamber of commerce and Industry CEDMAP Centre for Entrepreneurship development Madhya Pradesh