- Banaras silk a fine variant of silk from Uttar Pradesh, India, IBanarasi silk is an unmatched example of excellent artistry. Being used in joyous events for many years, its famous among brides!
|0.5 – 1kg||Soft, silky||translucent|
- Banarasi Silks are the product of this particular mix up of two different cultures – persian motifs & exemplary enthusiasm of Mughals who brought this fine craftsmanship in India and tried their best to glorify the art of weaving and designing. They inspired few craftsmen to work in intricate art of weaving resulting in Sari weaving art
- Jamdani – Silk fabrics will be brocaded with the cotton.
- Jangla saris have scrolling designs made with with colorful silk threads to show the nature and heaviness of festivity.
- Tanchoi Saris uses colorful extra-weft silk yarn to form the outlin nad show up as a maze.
- Tissue Saris will look like golden clothes. These saris are the combination of zari and silk.
- Cutwork saris are the products of cutwork technique on the plain texture, which has been done after removal of floated threads that provides dazzling and glowing transparent looks.
- Butidar saris are the dark blue silken saris, which are brocaded with threads of silk, silver and gold in a distinctive manner
- Banaras saris have specific geometric pattern which suit perfectly with the joyous moments and celebrations.
- Dry cleaning is the preferred method.