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Here are 10 famous varieties of handloom sarees in India:


• 10. Munga Sarees Munga handloom sarees are crafted in traditional silk fabric which comes from Assam. These handloom sarees come in traditional motifs and present a unique three dimensional effect, which makes it stylish. • 9. Tant Sarees Next among the most well known varieties of handloom sarees in India is the Tant Sarees, which come from the artistic state of West Bengal. The sarees carry a wide border with elegant silk thread work, while the pallu exhibits an elaborate design. It comes in a wide range of colors and designs.


• 8. Chanderi Silk Sarees Chanderi silk sarees are traditional handloom pure silk sarees hailing from the state of Madhya Pradesh. They are light weight sarees done in soft cotton or silk texture and look extremely graceful, with narrow border and booti designs. • 7. Bandhini Sarees Bandhini refers to the traditional art of tie and dye which is indigenous to the state of Gujarat and these handloom sarees are appreciated for their unique designs created with the liberal usage of wax. Bandhini saress are available in many varieties such as leheriya, panetar and gharchola.


• 6. Tussar Silk Sarees Tussar Silk Sarees are elegant handloom silk sarees which come from Bihar and carry the touch of the famous Madhubani painting designs, which make them absolutely unique. It comes in non mulmul texture and carries a cotton blend, giving an amazing appeal to the fabric. • 5. Kantha Sarees Another gift of the eastern state of West Bengal is the amazing Kantha work saree design, which exhibits stylish patterns in the form of simple stitching all over the saree surface. The designs may feature objects such as flowers, vines and fish and are a work of craftsmnanship.


• 4. Kanjivaram/Kanchipuram Silk Sarees Next on the list of 10 varieties of handloom sarees of India is the South Indian traditional saree known as Kanchipuram or Kanjivaram Silk Sarees. These sarees are native to Tamil Nadu and come in elegant designs and bold color contrasts. • 3. Pattu Sarees Pure pattu sarees are not just lustrous but a quintessential part of every south Indian households trunks and cupboards. Pure mulberry silk threads with pure gold coated silver zari are hallmarks of a true pattu. But as times have changed, with the preference shifting to lighter sarees the focus has shifted to half fine zaris, although the pattu still remains the first choice for all.


• 2. Patola Sarees • Patola sarees are the handloom sarees which hail from the state of Gujarat. They are done on a special type of fabric called Patola silk and need the hand of an expert craftsman. Each piece requires years of hard labor as it showcases intricate motifs, bright colors and complicated geometric designs. • 1. Banarasi Sarees • One of the most popular forms of traditional handloom sarees in India and the world is the Banarasi saree, which is perfect for weddings as well as other festive occasions. The pallu is woven with threads of pure gold and silver and carries detailed zari and embroider works, along with exquisite floral, plant and Mughal architecture patterns. • Click here to know more about pure silk sarees..


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Here are 10 famous varieties of handloom sarees in India:  

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Here are 10 famous varieties of handloom sarees in India:  

An Authentic and Exclusive online store for Sarees, Showcasing latest collections in Soft Silk | Cotton Silk | Pure Cotton| Art Silk and gen...

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