Exquisite Indian Sarees You Should Wear

Sarees have captured the hearts of millions of women all over the world. Indian ethnic sarees are called the symbol of cultural and regional diversities of the country. Its popularity is vast and wide that even the women from other countries also gets fascinated by this six meter yard cloth which is draped around the body. Most of us believe that it is the special cloth which highlight the beauty of Indian women.

Popular Varieties of Indian Sarees

From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, the Indian sarees are unique in designs, patterns, fabric material and style of draping. Each state has its own way of showing its cultural values which are inculcated through wearing different dress patterns. Some of the most exquisite designed sarees can be found in Rajasthan, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and so forth.

Banaras sarees:

The list of traditional Indian sarees is incomplete without the name of Banarasi saree. This is one of the most selling bridal wear across the country. The royal style of Banarasi sarees includes a short pattern along the outer or inner edge of the border. This signature style bridal saree is made from excuisitely woven silk and delicately handcrafted with zari, Kora and other stuffs.

Kanjivaram sarees:

Without any doubt Kanjivaram is the leading South Indian saree today. These gorgeous sarees are made up of silk and woven with silver threads dipped in pure gold. These world famous sarees are quite durable and expensive.

Handloom Sarees:

Handloom sarees are the most pure and soft fabric material. It’s premium quality and elegant design have made this saree outstanding. Handloom saree is unique to each India state and usually depicts culture of India.

Chiffon Sarees:

Chiffon is among the most premium fabric which is made from polyester, silk and synthetic materials. Chiffon is very attractive fabric because of its easily manageable nature and light weight. Chiffon sarees are extremely comfortable and elegant in look.

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