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Pure Banarasi Saree

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Banarasi Sarees( 3.4 )

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    PRODUCT DETAILS

    • SKU
      4831468
    • Brand
    • Fabric
      Sheer
    • Fabric
      Cotton
    • Color Combination
      Three Colors
    • Pattern
      Floral
    • Primary Color
      Coral (Sunglo)
    • Secondary Color
      Nude (Tumbleweed)
    • Tertiary Color
      Burgundy (Medium Carmine)
    • Type
      Plain
    • Transparency
      non see through
    • Region
      Banarasi
    • Sub_category
      Plain

    Add this sheer in aesthetics, dual tone saree to your ethnic collection and parade it on special events.Dress to impress by clubbing this handwoven Banarasi saree with a stack of bangles and complementing jhumkis.it comes with the convenience of a matching blouse piece.About Banarasi Saree An integral part of Indian bride?s trousseau, intricate Banarasi saree completes her grace when worn with solah sringar. Since ancient times, this religious city and a centre of brocade-weaving started producing lavish drapes, that got a strong foothold in global market. Banarasi sarees are majorly worn during weddings, festivals, and grand festivities. Jangla, Tanchoi, Vaskat, Cutwork, Tishu, and Butidar are among exclusive varieties of Banarasi sarees. The drapes are further enhanced through rich craftsmanship and are made of silk warp and silk weft, on plain ground base, brocaded in multiple layouts introducing buties, bells, creepers, and buttas. Special characteristics are Mughal inspired designs of intertwining floral and foliate motifs, kalga and bel, a string of upright leaves called jhallar, edge of border. Other meticulous features include gold work, compact weaving, figures with small details, metallic visual effects, pallus, jal (a net like pattern), and mina work. Normally, three artisans are required to give shape and form to a Banarasi saree but may take a time span of 15 days to six months, depending upon the intricacy required. Till today, Banarasi sarees continue to contribute the most in the history of Indian clothing. Weaver's Information Since time immemorial, our creation has been manufacturing impeccable silk sarees, a significant clothing piece for Indian woman. Globally acclaimed for their finest fabrication, this business house strives to improvise the weave with every production. The saree, thus, offered is ready to embrace you with flamboyance on every special event or occasion.

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