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3 Different types of wedding silk sarees
Published in Business on Jun 21, 2017
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Almost every Indian ritual is celebrated with great pomp and splendor and it is thereby quite natural that the attires will be as pompous as you expect them to be. Every ritual requires an attractive attire and the silk is the most popular element that graces every dress in an absolutely desirable manner.

The Indian weddings are the most elaborated ceremonies where the women are seen to be decked up in traditional sarees. The silk sarees redefine the look of every woman in such a way so that you get to feel a lot more exquisite throughout the time. The Indian silk sarees are always known for their unique lustrous beauty and incomparable variety of designs and vibrancy. The traditional silk sarees are aimed at making yourself feel extremely amazing throughout the time. No Indian wedding can ever be completed without the hint of wedding silk sarees.

These sarees are aimed at making you feel a lot more enriched throughout the time. There is a wide variety of wedding silk sarees available in the market. Some of the most popular varieties of sarees include Benarasi, Gadwal, Kanchipuram, Kora, South, Mysore, Patola and Pochampally silk.

Since the very beginning, silk was considered to be a material possessed only by the elite class people of the society. Let us have a look at some of the varieties of wedding silk sarees that you will get to purchase here in India.

  • Benarasi silk sarees: These are the most preferred silk sarees that most of the Indian brides prefer to adorn themselves with. These sarees are mainly known for their golden and zari embroidery and brocade designs. The benarasi silk fabric is of supreme quality and are embellished with some opulent embroideries that are often said to be inspired by the Mughals. Most of the Benarasi sarees have intricate floral motifs that are designed to make the sarees look more vibrant. Most of the time, it is seen that the silk weavers take more than six months to embroider one saree elaborately.
  • Kanjeevaram Sarees: Also known as the Kanchipuram sarees, these sarees are crafted in Tamil Nadu and are naturally woven. This supreme quality silk is known for its broad and contrasting border lengths.
  • Tussar Silk sarees: These sarees are wonderfully textured and are often considered to be quite beautiful and unique. These sarees have a distinctive uniqueness and grace that mainly differentiates it with other wedding silk sarees.

These are three of the mostly preferred wedding sarees made of silk that are surely going to make any and every Indian woman look graceful.

Indian Silk House - About the Author:

Indian Silk House Exclusives is one of the most prominent saree stores based in Kolkata which is eminent at offering every woman with her favorite choice of traditional sarees. We promote online shopping and make people happy all around the world.
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