Popular Sarees Price List:
|Aashvi Creation Embroidered, Self Design Fashion Georgette, Lycra Saree (Multicolor)||Rs.1699|
|Shree Krishna Embroidered Bollywood Velvet Saree (Blue)||Rs.599|
|Taanshi Printed Fashion Cotton Saree (Pink)||Rs.424|
|Divastri Printed Fashion Georgette Saree (Multicolor)||Rs.1189|
|AJS Paisley, Floral Print, Geometric Print, Striped, Printed Fashion Art Silk Saree (Multicolor)||Rs.559|
|Divastri Printed Fashion Georgette Saree (Beige, Brown)||Rs.636|
|Anand Sarees Printed Daily Wear Georgette Saree (Multicolor)||Rs.319|
|FabPandora Self Design Daily Wear Georgette, Art Silk Saree (Multicolor)||Rs.539|
|Livie Floral Print Fashion Georgette Saree (Blue)||Rs.845|
|Divastri Printed Fashion Crepe, Silk Saree (Mustard, Multicolor)||Rs.721|
Sarees! Making Indian Women Beautiful From Time Immemorial
Sarees aren’t just clothing, they’re something that identify Indian women to the world. They are worn by women all over India. There is always a special place in every woman's heart. There are several types of Indian sarees for all occasions you can choose from, based on region, material, and style. There’s a wide range of the latest sarees for you to add to your wardrobe.
The History Of Sarees
Did you know that the history of it goes all the way back to 2800-1800 BC? It is originated during the time of the Indus Valley Civilisation. During that time, clothes were primarily made of cotton. They are originated from the word sati, meaning a strip of cloth. It usually consists of three parts known as Antariya, Uttariya, and Stanapatta. They have also been mentioned in old Sanskrit literature and in ancient Tamil books. Since then, it has been the flagship of traditional Indian clothing for women.
Sarees From Different Regions In India
Making this product requires a lot of time and effort. There are different styles made all over India and they’re all beautiful in their own way.
There’s numerous styles that are made in the north, and most are concentrated in Uttar Pradesh. The most common are Banarasi and Shalu. The Banarasi is one of the best that you can get. They are designer sarees
and are usually made out of silk. They’re also known to be one of the best embroidery sarees
. They’re usually heavy. Shalu is a variant of the traditional sarees
Popular ones are from the central region come from Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. Madhya Pradesh is home to the Chanderi. Locals believe that this was created by Lord Krishna's cousin Shishupala. It's known for its fine embroidery and design. From Chattisgarh comes the Tussar silk, which is made from several species of silkworm larvae. These are have very short fibres and should be handled with care.
There are many styles that are made in the east. They are mostly from West Bengal, Assam, Odisha and Manipur. The popular styles of this regions include Tant, Murshidabad silk, Baluchari, Dhaniakhali cotton, Kaantha, Rajshahi silk, Pasapali, Sambalpuri silk and cotton, Khandua and Bomkai silk and cotton, and Manipuri.
The styles that originate from the western region of India are very popular. They include the Paithani and Lugadia styles from Maharashtra. The Paithani are woven by hand. They’re considered to be one of the finest ones in India. Lugadia are also known as Khaastha. They are usually tucked at the back. It’s also called Nauvari which means sine yards. Other famous ones from the west are Patola, Bagru, Kota Doria, and Bandhani.
All the states in South India have their own flagshp style. The most famous styles in Tamil Nadu are the Kancheepuram and Coimbatore cotton. Kancheepuram silk are recognised all over India.
According to Hindu mythology, Kancheepuram weavers were believed to be the descendants of sage Markanda, the weaver for the Gods. Karnataka contributes to 70% of the silk produced all over India. The styles from Karnataka include Mysore silk, Molakalmuru and Sulebhavi. Balaramapuram and Mundum Neriyathum are famous styles from Kerala. From Andhra Pradesh and Telangana comes the beautiful Pochampalli, Venkatagiri, Gadwal, and Mangalagiri.
Sarees For Any Occasion
Sarees are something the bride wears in most Indian weddings. There are beautiful wedding styles to choose from online that suits everyone’s tastes. It can also be a perfect gift for the woman you care about. It can be worn for any occasion. If you’re confused about what to wear for your best friend's wedding or cousin's birthday party, wear the saree.
Sarees For Everyone
You can get it online with unmatched quality and design come at affordable prices. There are sarees below Rs.500
. You can buy sarees online for all price ranges, brands, and styles. There are many exciting offers announced periodically which you can take advantage of. So what are you waiting for? Add a few new sarees to your wardrobe. There’s sure to be something that catches your fancy, and with this knowledge, you’ll know exactly what you’re getting. You’ll be able to pick out like a pro.