Red Banarasi Saris
Banarasi Saree is an Indian woman’s coveted possession. For a long time Banarasi Saree has been an important part of the Indian bride wardrobe and rarely fails to flatter a woman, making her feel delicate and feminine. The Banarasi sari speaks volumes of the genius of the traditional weaver. The Banarasi saris became more popular during the era and the sari weaving art reached its zenith. It was during this period when Sari weaving saw the amalgamation of Indian designs and Persian motifs
The weaving of Banarasi sari involves teamwork. Ideally three people are engaged in making the Sari. One weaves, the other works at the revolving ring to create bundles. At this point, another important process begins. This is related to designing the motifs. There are several traditional artists in who, create wonderful designs for Saris. To create design boards, the artist first sketches on graph paper with color concepts. Selection of the final design follows creation of punch card.
Strawberry Banarasi sari
Peerless Baluchari in frosted strawberry. Includes blouse piece.
Plum Banarasi sari
Gorgeous plum coloured Baluchari with off-white, pale olive and rust buti. Includes blouse piece.
Midnight Blue Banarasi
Elegant midnight blue Banarasi , decorated with pale cream buti. Includes blouse piece.
Shimmering Walkalam in soft blue-grey silk.
Firozi Banarasi sari
Wispy Firozi Walkalam with striking lilac contrast.
Jardozi Walkalam Banarasi
Magnificent Walkalam in shades of starry-night blue.
Olive Green Banarasi
Baluchari in pale olive green, with tiny buti sprikled onto the body. Blouse piece included.
Cherry Red Banarasi
Cherry red Banarasi with dazzling Pallu.