INDIAN SILK SAREES

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Indian Silk Sarees:

Indian Silk Sarees SHIVAJI CHOUDHURY

Silk Sarees:

Silk Sarees Silk sarees in India are very popular for any kind of occasion. Silk sarees are most exotic and sensual. Silk sari is a beautiful sari fabric. A women's wardrobe is incomplete without a silk saree. Silk has been a highly revered fabric in India. The softness, smoothness, luster and its graceful and sensuous folds of the fabric are marvels for designing silk sarees. Silk saris are often created with zari. Silk saris are popular all across India for their shine and glamour.

Pochampally Silk Sarees:

Pochampally Silk Sarees Pochampally Saree is a saree made in Nalgonda district, Telangana. They are popular for their traditional geometric patterns in Ikat style of dyeing.

:Muga Silk Sarees:

:Muga Silk Sarees One of the rarest Silks in the world is the Muga silk from Assam. It is produced only in Assam and nowhere else. The fact that sets this Silk apart from all other versions is that it is totally golden yellow in colour. The word `Muga’ means yellowish in Assamese.

Chanderi Silk Sarees:

Chanderi Silk Sarees  Over the traditional cotton yarn has been infused with silk and zari, producing an  exceptionally luxurious effect. Kareena kapoor in chanderi silk saree

Tussar Silk:

Tussar Silk Tussar silk also known as Kosa ) Tussar is valued for its rich texture and natural deep gold colour.

Patola Sarees:

Patola Sarees Patola saris are a double ikat woven sari, usually made from silk made in Patan, Gujarat The word Patola is the plural form—The sigular is patulu. They are very expensive, once worn only by royalty. It can take six months to one year to make one sari.

Paithani Silk Sarees:

Paithani Silk Sarees Paithani is named after the Paithan town in Aurangabad Maharashtra state where they are woven by hand. Made from very fine silk. Paithani is characterised by borders of an oblique square design, and a pallu with a peacock design.

Sambalpur Silk Sarees:

Sambalpur Silk Sarees It is produced in the Sambalpur, District of Odisha. Sambalpuri sarees are known for their incorporation of traditional motifs like shankha (shell), chakra (wheel), phula (flower) These sarees first became popular outside the state when the late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi started wearing them.

Baluchari Silk Sarees:

Baluchari Silk Sarees This saree from Murshidabad district of West Bengal. The sarees look similar to Banarasi sarees. There is only one difference between the two sarees, Baluchari sarees use only silk threads and Banarasi sarees do use zari threads.

Kancheevaran Sarees:

Kancheevaran Sarees the Kanjeevaram sarees are made in the temple town Kanchipuram of Tamil Nadu. This town is also known as ‘Silk City’ due to its main profession of weaving silk sarees. The traditional kanjivaram sarees have a richly worked upon pallu and border in golden thread with lighter designs in the inner body of the saree.

Jamdani Silk Sarees:

Jamdani Silk Sarees Jamdani is one of the finest muslin textiles of Bengal.

Banarasi Sarees:

Banarasi Sarees Banarasi saris are saris made in Varanasi, a city which is also called Banaras. The saris are among the finest saris in India and are known for their gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk and opulent embroidery. The saris are made of finely woven silk and are decorated with intricate design, and, because of these engravings, are relatively heavy.

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Maheshwari Silk Sarees:

Maheshwari Silk Sarees Conceived and designed by queen Ahilya Bai Holkar of Madhya Pradesh herself . it Is woven from silk and cotton fibres and embellished with gold zari. The Pallu is particulary distinct with its five stripes. Available in angoori (grape green), Gul bakhi (magenta), rani (deep Mauve Pink) and Raasini (light Violet) and famed for its reversible Border, that can be worn either Side.

Bandhej Silk Sarees:

Bandhej Silk Sarees Bandhani Sarees, also known as the bandhej sarees, are the famous tie and dye sarees, typical of the of the Indian states of Rajasthan and Gujarat. The beautiful bandhani sarees with their small tie and dye works with elaborate creative designs and patterns and colors have been always a top favorite among all sari lovers.

Mysore Silk Sarees:

Mysore Silk Sarees Mysore is the home of the famous Indian feminine wear, the Mysore silk saree. The distinguishing feature of this saree is the usage of pure silk and 100% pure gold zari (a golden coloured thread containing 65% of silver and 0.65% of gold).

Uppada Silk Sarees:

Uppada Silk Sarees

Bomkai Silk Sarees:

Bomkai Silk Sarees Sonepuri Sari or Bomkai Sari is produced by the “ Bhulia ” community of Subarnapur district of Orissa, In particular, the famous sari designs Bomkai are the traditional designs that was produced in the village named Bomkai of Orissa.

Types of Sarees (Eastern style):

Types of Sarees (Eastern style) Assam Mooga silk – West Bengal Shantipuri cotton- Shantipur, Phulia Cotton - Phulia, Begumpur Cotton - Begumpur, Garad Saree (korial) - Murshidabad, Tant Saree - Farshganj Murshidabad Silk – Baluchari Silk – Bishnupur, Bankura Kantha silk & cotton saree – Batic Saree Odisha Sambalpuri Silk Saree– Sambalpr, Ikkat Silk Saree – Bargarh, Bomkai Silk Saree - Bomkai, Ganjam, Khandua Silk Saree – Nuapatna, Cuttack, Berhampuri silk– Behrampur, Mattha Silk Saree – Mayurbhanj, Bapta Silk Saree – Koraput, Manipur Manipuri Tant Saree –

Types of Sarees:

Types of Sarees Madhya Pradesh Chanderi sari Maheshwari – Maheshwar Chhattisgarh Kosa silk Uttar Pradesh Banarasi sarees Jamdani Maharashtra Paithani – Gujarat Bandhani saris Patola

Types of Sarees( Southern Styles):

Types of Sarees( Southern Styles) Tamil Nadu Kanchipuram sari (locally called Kanjivaram pattu) Kumbakonam Thirubuvanam Thanjore Madurai Coimbatore cotton Chinnalapattu or Sungudi Karnataka Mysore silk Molakalmuru silk Kerala Balarampuram AndhraPradesh Pochampally Mangalgiri & Venkatagiri Gadwal Narayanpet Dharmavaram silk

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