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Silk Sarees - What Make Them Special

Author: Ankit Bagra
by Ankit Bagra
Posted: Feb 19, 2016

There are huge varieties of Indian silk saree available in the online store DaIndiaShop. Some of the popular variety includes arani silk, gadwal silk, tussar silk, baluchari silk, tant silk, kantha silk, banarasi silk, kanchipuram silk, mysore silk, kora silk, pochampally silk and patola saree.

However, we must re-collect that as very beginning silk was considered to be as fabric for the selected classes. Silk is also calls pattu in south India, paat in east India and resham in urdu and hindi.

In the pieces of writing we shall take a look at a few varieties of silk sarees from India.

Kanjeevaram Silk Saree

A kanchipuram silk saree is also called south Indian kanjeevaram saree is made in Kanchipuram in the south India Tamil Nadu. These are obviously woven and consider being of high quality. The kanchipuram sarees is differentiate by its wide contrasting border works. A single kanchipuram saree are priced where between Rs. 200 to Rs.200000 depends on the type of silk, material, intricacy of the work, works the colour used on the sarees and pattern made. It is said according to the Hindu tradition or mythology silk weaver in kanchi is descendant of the sage markanda, the master weavers of the God. Sage Markanda is said to the weaves tissue from the lotus fibre. Sun, chariot, moon, parrot, peacock, swan, mangoes, lion and leave are very often made in the kanchipuram silk sarees.

Banarasi Silk Saree

These elegant saree is skill fully designed in the Varanasi. These types of banarasi silk sarees are famous for its gold and silver brocade works also called zari work. The silk fabric used in the Banarasi is of extreme qualities. These are embellished with magnificent embroidery which is often inspired by the Mughal culture. Elaborate floral design and motif, like the kalga, bel and jhallar is made on the Indian silk sarees. The pallu is done extremely intricately and highly with lots of attention pay to detail. These types of banarasi silk sarees can take where from 10 days to three months to the finished. This priceless or precious gift from the Banaras is worn by women on wedding, parties, festival and can cost up to the lakh.

Tussar Silk Saree

Tussar silk is textured and hence consider as unique and beautiful. Although the materials being lesser durable as. It has shorter fibre, tussar silk are tranquil bought by the many Indian women as the saree have elegance or grace of its own. The tussar silk has tedious gold shine which make the saree suitable for all occasions. All the Indian silk saree is available online at DaIndiaShop. Buy silk saree online and be amazed by varieties and discount.

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Author: Ankit Bagra

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