Banarasi Silk Sarees
Smooth, soft, and seemingly timeless, the most expensive of woven saris are the Indian silk sarees. The best example of this is the quintessentially Hindu wedding sari – the Banarasi sari. Decorated with rich paisley motifs and embroidery work, our collection of bridal silk saris come in varities like art silk sarees and pure silk saris with regional influences like the karachi / Kanjivaram silk sari & Mysore silk saree from the south and Benarasi silk saree and muga silk sari from the east. A feast for your eyes, the intricate zardozi and zari work on the silk makes you bridal sari collection look stately, rich, ravishing and complete.
Types of Banarsi Saris
Created in eye-catching shades and pattern, the Banarasi sarees of India are so famous today that they are exported all over the world. They usually fall into four categories – pure silk (katan), organza (kora) with zari and silk, georgette and shattir. Weaved on the power loom, normally three people are required to make one Varanasi sari. Each Banarasi silk sari can take 15 days to six months to complete depending upon the intricacy of the designs. Banarasi sari manufacturing supports strong cottage industry in areas like Varanasi, Gorakhpur and Azamgarh.
Banaras is one of the rich weaving craft centre of India, famous for Brocade saris and allover dress material. Exclusive varieties of the saris are Jangla, Tanchoi, Vaskat, Cutwork, Tishu, and Butidar which are made of silk warp and silk weft, on plain/satian ground base, brocaded with extra weft patterns in different layouts introducing Buties, Bells, creepers, Buttas in ground, border and Anchal for getting glamours appearance