In love with Silk Sarees? Here are different types of Silk Sarees you Should Own

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Silk sarees are responsible for representing the Indian culture and tradition. No matter its wardrobe of Grandma or it is a closet of a young girl, a silk saree is a must-have piece of clothing. A silk saree make you look beautiful in every function no matter it is just a birthday party or it is someone’s marriage. Silk saree is an option you can opt for any occasion. But do you know there are many varieties of silk? Today we bring you some of the gorgeous silk sarees every bride must have in her wardrobe.

Paithani Silk Saree

paithani

These sarees represent the culture and richness of Maharashtra. Mostly they are available in bright shades like peacock blue, dark green, purple, etc. The borders of these sarees are designed beautifully with motifs of animals, art from Ajanta Ellora Caves, birds, etc.

Muga Silk Saree

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These sarees are the specialty of Assam. This is one of the rarest and most expensive forms of silk. The word Muga means yellowish in the Assamese language. Hence, these sarees are mostly golden yellow in color.

Konrad Silk Saree

konrad

These silk sarees are from Tamil Nadu. These are also known as Temple Sarees because of the reason that these were initially made for deities in temples. Mostly off white, brown and grey shades are available and they come with thick borders having motifs connected to weddings like elephants, peacocks, etc.

Dharmavaram Silk Saree

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These sarees are very common in Andhra Pradesh. This silk saree should definitely be a part of bride’s wardrobe. These sarees have beautiful motifs and golden weave and shaded pallu. The motifs on these sarees represent traditions and culture and have motifs of temple, elephants, peacock designs.

Chanderi Silk Saree

chanderi

This is one of the most common silk saree. This saree comes from Madhya Pradesh. These sarees are light and easy to wear. The common designs on these sarees are geometric patterns, traditional coins, Chanderi temples, peacocks, etc. Go and purchase one Chanderi Saree as soon as possible Girls. You will surely look gorgeous.

Tussar Silk Saree

tussar

Majority of Tussar silk sarees are produced in West Bengal. These sarees are available in a wide range of colors. This is one of the must-have saree in your wardrobe because of its soft texture and auspicious designs.

Mysore Silk Saree

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Mysore is a place where you can get the purest form of silk. These silk sarees are known for their durability and sheen. One of the best thing about these sarees is their non-crush quality. Most common designs or motifs on these sarees are related to birds and fruits.

Patola Silk Saree

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Patola Sarees are hailed from one of the towns of Gujarat known as Patan. These sarees are available in beautiful color combination. Don’t forget to grab one Patola silk saree. Mostly geometrical designs are available on these types of sarees.

Raw Silk Saree

raw silk saree

These sarees are available with contrasting borders. Be a style statement by opting one of the wonderful shade of this saree. These sarees are easy to wear as well as handy to carry.

Banarasi Silk Saree

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As the name suggests, these silk sarees hailed from Benaras(Varanasi). This silk is one of the finest silk available. These sarees have golden and silver brocade borders with delicate designs and motifs.

Kanjeevaram Silk Saree

kanjeevaram

Also known as Kancheepuram sarees are originally from Kancheepuram. They are available in vibrant colors. These sarees have graciously designed borders. Some of the common patterns that are easily available are checks, temples and florals designs. While some specially designed Kanjeevaram sarees designed with great epics like Mahabharata and Ramayana. What are you waiting for Girls? Go and grab a beautiful Kanjeevaram saree.

Which saree do you have already and Which one are you planning to purchase next? Share your favorite in the comments section.

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