TOP MOST SAREES YOUR WEDDING SEASON!

Traditional Saree

Out Of Diwali,Gear up for November,December,january,february and march as these are Indian Wedding seasons. Now it’s time for wedding ceremony celebration is going to do now? However, if everyone in the house must have a wedding ceremony celebration !
Let’s go for the wedding celebration and be ready to look very special.
Nowadays,there are lots of differents types in the market so you can special one of this part.
Specialy for Girls there are lots of various types of clothes just like lehenga,saree,cudidar,bajirao mastani dress.so you can special one of this part.
Boys you are also lots of various types of clothes like a shervani, formal wear, shirts,coat and very famous Modi style jaket. so you can also special one of this part.

The woman’s look beautiful in Traditional wear of indian Sarees.
The Woman’s of every age prefers to wear sarees in the auspicious occasion of her life.
There are various traditional style of sarees available in the market

Types of Sarees

Banarasi Sarees
Banarasi sarees is made in varanasi also knows as Banaras. Banarasi saree is one of the most beautiful Indian saree.
Banarasi saree specially for heavy work of gold and silver brocade or zari and embroidery.The special characteristics of these sarees are their designs, which are Mughal inspired.Banarasi sarees are not only a traditional attire, but a symbol of pride, happiness.

Chandrakala Women's Banarasi Cotton Silk Saree

Shree Sanskruti Self Design Maroon Color Banarasi Art Silk Saree

Banarasi Sarees

Banarasi Silk Works Women's Cotton (Pink)

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Silk Sarees
Indian Silk industry is an integral part of the Indian Textile Industry. Silk industry is also among the oldest industries in India. Indian silk industry produces basically four types of silks namely Tussore , Muga, Mulburry. Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu,Orissa, Jammu & Kashmir and West Bengal are the major hubs of Indian silk industry . The traditional silk sarees like the Kanjeevaram sarees, Banarasi sarees, Konrad sarees, Mysore silk sarees, Pochampally Ikat sarees, Chanderi sarees, Paithani sarees, Patola sarees, Baluchari sarees, Bomkai sarees, Tussar sarees etc are the exclusive creations of the artisans who use silk as the base material for these sarees.

MIMOSA Silk Saree

Womens Art Mysore Printed Silk

Women's Traditional Tussar Silk Saree Kanjivaram Style

Multi Maysor Silk Printed Saree

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Chanderi Sarees
These chanderi sarees are produced from three kinds of fabric i.e. pure silk, chanderi cotton and silk cotton.
Chanderi Sari is one of the most favorite saree of Indian women,made with mix of silk and cotton. Due to very light weight and easy to carry, its become one of the most ideal and first choice of India woman. Famous sarees from chanderi are Silk chanderi saree and Cotton chanderi silk sarees.

Fabattic Women's Chanderi Silk Saree

Rani Saahiba Art Chanderi Zari Border Saree

Women's Cotton Chanderi Saree

Chanderi Cotton with Zari Border Saree

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Tant Saree
Tant saree is a traditional Bengali saree and usually used by Bengali women. Bengali Sarees are vibrant in color and always easy to handle for every type of occasion.Tant saree are woven from cotton threads and distinguished by its lightness and transparency. It is considered to be the most comfortable saree for the Indian hot and humid climate.

Women orange Bengal pure handloom cotton tant saree

Orange coloured Traditional Bengal Tant Handloom saree

Traditional Ethnic Bengal Offwhite Handloom Tant

Bengal Silk Cotton Tant Saree

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Nauvari Sarees
Nauvari saree is also called Kaashtha saree.Nauvari Saree is a traditional Maharashtrian Saree. The sari measuring nine-yards in length, and is thus known as Nauvari.

Traditional Kolhapuri Nauvari Saree - Orange Color

Designer Peshwai Nauvari Saree - Bottle Green Color

Designer Peshwai Nauvari Saree - Sky Blue Color

Womens Cottage Ready To Wear 9 Mtrs Nauvari Yellow Silk Saree

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Kosa Sarees
Kosa Sarees is one of finest sari and gives a royal look to a Indian woman. Kosa is type of silk found in trees like sal and saja and available in different color,pattern and design.Kosa silk sarees are produced in Chhattisgarh by the Dewangan tribe which resides in the Gondwana forest belt.The classic Kosa saree comes in natural shades like pale gold, fawn, cream, honey, orange and so on.

Women's Kosa Silk Saree

Kosa Silk Saree

Women's Kosa Silk Saree

Kosa Silk Saree

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Chiffon Sarees
Chiffon is a lightweight plain-woven fabric with mesh like weave that gives it transparent appearance. The word Chiffon has a French origin which means a cloth. It is primarily made from cotton, silk or synthetic fibers like nylon, rayon and polyester. In 1938, however, a nylon version of chiffon was invented, and in 1958 polyester chiffon was invented and became immensely popular due to its resilience and low cost.

White Printed Chiffon Saree

Chiffon Patch Work Saree

chiffon green color saree

Women's Fashion Border Embroiedred Design Chiffon Fabric Saree

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Georgette Sarees
Georgette Sarees is Originally made from silk, Georgette is made with highly twisted yarns.Georgette is made in solid colors and prints and is used for blouses, dresses, evening gowns, saris, and trimmings.Georgette is woven in highly twisted yarns of S & Z, in both warp and weft.Georgette is woven in two forms: Pure and Faux. Pure Georgette is woven out of Silk yarns, while the Faux Georgette is woven from Rayon and Polyester.

Beige & Red Georgette Saree

Georgette Heavy Border Saree With Beautiful Fancy Blouse

Women's Georgette Saree

Georgette Saree

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Net Sarees
Net or netting is any textile in which the yarns are fused, looped or knotted at their intersections, resulting in a fabric with open spaces between the yarns.The all time favorite net sarees are made from different nets like soft and hard net,and the most fascinated saree among all sarees. Due to its glamorous look and comfort feel its become a hot wear among the young girls as well as women. Net Sarees is not really an Indian textile but was introduced in India by western traders.

Pink & Grey Color Georgette & Naylone Net Embroidered Party Wear Saree

Net Zari Saree(Black)

Net Zari Saree(Beige)

 Embroidered Designer Net Saree

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