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When we talk about Indian sarees we have innumerable variety to explore, out of which a very few are popular all over the world. Most of the Indians living abroad and even the foreigners were inspired by these collections. Among these uncountable varieties there a few that are very famous and that includes the Banarasi, Kanchipuram, Bandhni, Thanchoi, and Paithani sarees. They are well known for their designs and styles.
Banarasi Sarees : These are the most rich saris woven by the traditional experts. They use the finest fabrics and exclusive designs to show their uniqueness. These exotic weaving patterns remain unmatched. A Banarasi saree is usually made of heavy brocade with gold thread running across the warp threads. There are four varieties in Banarasi sarees and they are kora or organza, georgette, katari or pure silk, and sattir. These Sarees have the meticulous designs of nature. Thus, these sarees are generally very expensive and mostly preferred as bridal wear.
Banarasi saree is usually woven in Varanasi, Jaunpur, Azamgarh, Chandauli, Bhadohi, and Mirzapur.. Who evervisits Varanasi would do two things without fail. One is to visit the famous temples and the next would be obviously buying a Banarasi saree. You can get the original woven artistic masterpiece only here.
These exclusive fabric is still being the family business for many handloom weavers in the region. Most of the Indian women prefer the Banarasi Sarees because of its durability and its aesthetic beauty. The weavers take nearly a month to complete a single saree. Thus, Banarasi saree means the most traditional vintage style that still has its eternity among woman.
Cbazaar, the Indian ethnic online shop is providing you numerous varieties of Banarasi sarees just to make you feel more happy and collect all your favorite colors and designs. Enjoy collecting your beautiful collections of Banarasi varieties and feel the Indian culture flourished in your Saree.