ANTARANG-ANTIQUE ZARI MOTIF COTTON SILK SILKPOND

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ANTARANG-ANTIQUE ZARI MOTIF SAREE

Rs. 1,920
NAJUKA-DELICATE-CHIFFON SAREE

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NAJUKA-DELICATE-CHIFFON SAREE

Rs. 8,840
MANGO BUTTI-BANARASI SAREE

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MANGO BUTTI-BANARASI SAREE

Rs. 7,120
Mahin- Festive Banarasi Kota Silk Saree - SILKPOND

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MAHIN- A FESTIVE BANARASI KOTA SAREE

Rs. 2,170
MAHIN-RED BORDER BANARASI KOTA ART SILK SILKPOND

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MAHIN-RED BORDER BANARASI KOTA SAREE

Rs. 1,810
TINY LEAVES  BUTTI- BANARASI SAREE

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TINY LEAVES BUTTI- BANARASI SAREE

Rs. 7,120
SILVER SQUARE PLOT-BANARASI SAREE

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SILVER SQUARE PLOT-BANARASI SAREE

Rs. 7,120
CHECKERED-BANARASI COTTON SAREE

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CHECKERED-BANARASI COTTON SAREE

Rs. 3,880
PHULWAARI JAAL-BANARASI SAREE
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PHULWAARI JAAL-BANARASI SAREE

Rs. 12,230
PHULWAARI CREEPER-BANARASI SAREE

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PHULWAARI CREEPER-BANARASI SAREE

Rs. 10,170
HANDBRUSH CHIFFON

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HANDBRUSH CHIFFON

Rs. 9,160
TANUKA-DELICATE CHIFFON

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TANUKA-DELICATE CHIFFON

Rs. 11,980
NAZAKAT- HONEYDEW KORA BANARASI SAREE

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NAZAKAT- HONEYDEW KORA BANARASI SAREE

Rs. 24,080
NOOR-GOLDEN BANARASI SAREE

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NOOR-GOLDEN BANARASI SAREE

Rs. 28,140
GULABI-PINK BANARASI SAREE

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GULABI-PINK BANARASI SAREE

Rs. 24,810
LAAL ISHQ SAREE

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LAAL ISHQ SAREE

Rs. 27,710
NIRAN-BANARASI JAMDANI-COTTON SAREE

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NIRAN-BANARASI JAMDANI-COTTON SAREE

Rs. 5,690
MEENAKARI -HOT PINK CHIFFON CHIFFON WITH MEENAKARI WEAVED WORK SILKPOND

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MEENAKARI -HOT PINK CHIFFON SAREE

Rs. 7,750
VASANT RUTU-FLORAL ZARI SAREE

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VASANT RUTU-FLORAL ZARI SAREE

Rs. 2,490
BINDU-ANTIQUE POLKA DOTS CHIFFON CHIFFON SILKPOND

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BINDU-ANTIQUE POLKA DOTS CHIFFON SAREE

Rs. 7,750

Banarasi sarees are created particularly in the ancient town of Varanasi and nearby villages, using special methods and extraordinary designs. In the Mughal period, these fine silk weaves were blended with gold thread work called ‘zari’, and the designs came to be even more detailed and stunning. 

Banarasi silk is defined by its tight weave, metallic gleam, goldwork, fine feel and intricate designs of entwining flowers, pictures, jal or net and leaves. The finest fabrics and threads are used to make a Banarasi saree, such as soft woven silks from southern India and the best quality gold and silver threads. 

These sarees are either made of brocade or kora silk/raw silk, with gold or silver zari and silk designs. As per the designs and materials, they are categorized into a few subtypes such as Jangla, Tanchoi, Cutwork, Tissue and Butidar. But, pure Banarasi silk sarees are still the most sought after outfits of brides, not only because of being a traditional piece of the bridal trousseau in northern India but also because these sarees are the most elegant looking options available. 

The bridal Banarasi saree generally comes in vibrant colours like red and maroon, with thick gold embroidery and woven designs of fertility symbols such as flowers and fruits. It is the most decorated, intrinsic and lavish of all the different varieties of Banarasi sarees. Banarasi wedding sarees come in a spectrum of colours such as blue, pink, purple, green and yellow. The pallu is reasonably significant as this is where the most vivid designs are shown. 

Banarasi silk sarees that we are seeing at present have descended from the erstwhile sarees of royalty. The charm and elegance are still noticeable and commendable.

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