14 sarees that you would surely like to check out.
1/14 Kanjeevaram Lets begin with the most famous bridal saree of South India. Kanjeevaram basically comes from a place called Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. This saree is known for its vibrant colours and excellent temple pattern borders.
2/14 Dhakai One of the most exquisite cotton sarees in India originated in Dhaka, Bangladesh. But now, the zamdani work of the sheer cotton sarees is done in West Bengal too.
3/14 Paithani Paithani is the famous saree of Maharashtra. It is said that in the time of the great Maratha kings, real gold thread was used to embroider these sarees.
5/14 Pattu Saree They say that nature has so many colours in the paradise called Kerala, that you don’t need any bright colours on your clothes. Pattu sarees are white and have gold borders.
6/14 Assam Silk The state of Assam produces the best silk in the country. They are famous for weaving delicate gold coloured Moga silk and have their own style of threadwork as well.
7/14 Banarasi Saree Banarasi silk sarees are famous because of their colours and texture. These sarees often have heavy golden embroidery and are popular bridal sarees in North India.
9/14 Gota Saree Gota is a special kind of lace border that is attached to the edges of the saree. This kind of work is found in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.
10/14 Chanderi This is a variety of tissue silk that gives rise to see-through sarees. Madya Pradesh is famous for producing these elegant pieces of masterful art.
11/14 Bomkai State of Orissa is particularly known for making famous Indian sarees. Another tiny village of Bomkai is the hub of producing handwoven sarees that would take your breath away.
12/14 Tant Bengal is the best place to buy crisp cotton sarees that are known as Tant. The specialty of this saree is that it is stiffly starched and contains excellent workmanship.
13/14 Kota Kota sarees are usually made of cotton. They hail from the city of Kota in Rajasthan. They can be simple enough to be worn at home and they can also be exclusive as bridal sarees.
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