The centuries old creativity of the Indian weaving clan is totally matchless and as proud as the rich Indian heritage. South India Sarees in particular have a pride by themselves of being time-less classics. Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh are the four states of South India where each has its own regional specialty. Tamil Nadu has Kanchipuram and Tirubuvanam which are two towns known for their silk and other handloom cotton sarees .
South India Sarees look elegant on both young women and senior citizens. Both pastel shades and brighter colours are handled in a deft way in these sarees. Sometimes innovations are made in the weaving techniques and design patterns that add a fresh look to these sarees . As for Andhra Pradesh Venkatagiri and Siddhipet sarees are very popular. These South India Sarees hold enormous work in spite of their cheap price.
Gadwal and Uppada sarees have work of gold threads on a cotton base. They have beautiful floral and other sophisticated motifs. Gollabhama sarees are from Siddhipet. Dharmavaram silk sarees are from Tamil Nadu and have their unique weaving pattern. Pochampalli and Mangalagiri are other parts of Andhra Pradesh that contribute to the pride of South India Sarees. Pochampalli sarees are south Indian form of tie and dye sarees. South India Sarees have an artistic taste about themselves that are unmatched at times. Silk sarees from Karnataka are popularly known as Mysore silk with special regard to their smooth touch. Kerala cotton is another saree variety of south India which is known for the high quality cotton threads used in them.