6 Types Of Silk Sarees Every Girl Must Have!

Saree not sorry!

The Paithani

A traditional woven art that comes from a town called Paithani in Maharashtra, this fine silk saree has a distinguishable peacock motifs pattern in the pallu created in different colours. There is a hint of Buddhist paintings too in these patterns. The bright colours are perfect for the newly married woman.



The Chanderi

Chanderi is a small town situated in Ashoknagar district of Madhya Pradesh. The Chanderi sarees are a blend of silk and cotton making them relatively lightweight. The Chanderi sarees have a unique translucent structure and are very comfortable during the hot summer months.



The Kota

Inspired by the weather of Rajasthan, this net saree is very lightweight and perfect for the dry and hot climate there. The original handloom Kota sarees are the pride of a woman and are becoming very rare to find. However, the polyester versions are gaining more popular in the market as an alternative.

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