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Handwoven Saris : The top 5 traditional varieties, trending across nation

The most culturally popular and traditional garment of South Aisa ‘Sari’ is worn in the countries of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Nepal. From the time of Indus Valley civilisation in India sari has been very famous among women.
Worn in many different styles, sari is considered a very elegant piece of clothing. No matter, if it’s a puja or a party, sari can be your best friend in anywhere.

A 4.5-9 cm of cloth makes a women look so beautiful and breathtaking, Sari always enhances your aura while giving a modest vibe. Sari which is considered not so easy to drape but in a report it was seen that, eight out of every ten households in India purchases at least one sari. And in many households women still wear sari 24/7.
And we shouldn’t be shocked with fact because sari is something that take one’s beauty to a different dimension. It gives another type of charm, not just being a traditional wear but it’s fashionable, trendy and attractive at the same time.

Let’s take a glimpse at most popular Handwoven Sari’s:


1) Kanchipuram silk sari

Handwoven Saris : The top 5 traditional varieties, trending across nation


Kanchipuram saris woven with heavy silk and gold clothes are made in the Kanchipuram region in Tamil Nadu, India. Kanchipuram sprees are very beautiful and bright often worn by brides and on special occasions and festivals in India. Kanchipuram is famous for its wide contrast borders and the temple borders, checks, stripes and floral (buttas) are other traditional designs which are found on a Kanchipuram saris. Kanchipuram saris are generally expensive and are considered most desired sari in India.

2) Maheshwari Sari

Handwoven Saris : The top 5 traditional varieties, trending across nation


Maheshwari cotton silk saris are crafted in the town of Maheswar and are handwoven with a technique which was preserved by the community since the 5th century AD. Maheshwari sari is considered as one of the finest garments in India, giving a royal vibe these graceful saris are loved by Indian women. Maheshwari saris are simple but yet it gives elegant taste to a women.

3) Banarasi Sari

Handwoven Saris : The top 5 traditional varieties, trending across nation


Saris made in Varanasi, considered as one of the finest and luxurious saris in India is decorated with intricate design, and, because of these engravings, are relatively heavy. These Handwoven silk saris are famous for their gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk and opulent embroidery. Their attractive features intertwining floral and foliate motifs, kalga and bel, a string of upright leaves called jhallar at the outer, edge of border. Banarasi saris are often worn by brides or women attending big occasions and these saris are mostly very expensive.

4) Chanderi Silk Sari

Handwoven Saris : The top 5 traditional varieties, trending across nation


The beautiful traditional sari made in Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh are made of silk aa well as cotton.
These elegant saris are Handwoven with the help of traditional coin, floral art, peacocks and modern geometric designs and are converted into different Chanderi patterns. Chanderi saris are famously known for their gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk, and opulent embroidery.

5) Tussar Silk Saris

Handwoven Saris : The top 5 traditional varieties, trending across nation


Tussar saris also known as Kosa or raw silk sari is made in the sate of West Bengal, Jharkhand and Bihar. These handwoven elegant saris gives you a ethnic vibes with a modern touch. The saris are very shiny and bright from outside but gives a cozy feeling from inside suitable to wear in occasions during summertime. Crafted in durable tussar silks, these saris makes you a diva in this trendy world and with a lot of comfort

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