Traditionally Saree came from many different regions in India and saree is a garment that is weaved with many threads of traditions within Indian culture. Every state has its own variety of different fabric of saris. Famous saris like Banarasi Silk Saree, Patola Saree, Kanjeevaram silk Saree and much more, these Famous Indian Saris is crafted in a special way using different fabrics and embroidery techniques.
Where else, in the modern world we look at saree as the style statement a fashion piece, well we have to agree on this one because it is fashionable as well as trendy it can take many forms & style, also there are many different styles to wear one saree check out this blog on how to wear dhoti style saree. If you like, you can wear it both traditionally or in a modern way at the end it will never go out of fashion.
We can say it got its roots deep down within us. As we grew up looking our mother, grandmother or big sister in sarees and they all look stunning in it, as they all carry saree with pride and honour. Let us look at 15 Regional saree from India:
Sualkuchi is a multi-caste town under Guwahati Sub-division of Kamrup district of Assam. They are famous for weaving delicate gold coloured Moga silk and have their own style of thread work as well.
The sarees are among the finest sarees in India and are known for their gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk and opulent embroidery. The sarees are made of finely woven silk and are decorated with intricate design, and, because of these engravings, are relatively heavy. Most popular in bridal sarees in North India.
Rajasthan and Gujarat are prime destinations for buying these fit-for-summers, flowy and fluid sarees. Made from the traditional tie and dye art with characteristic ‘dots’ pattern, Bandhani sarees are made in fine cotton, georgette, cotton-silk blends, crepe, chiffon and resilient silk variants.
Bhagalpur is a small town situated on the banks of the river Ganga. The speciality of this town is the special silk fabric known as tusser silk or mostly known as Bhagalpuri silk.
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.
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.
One of the most exquisite cotton sarees in India originated in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Kalamkari means an artistic creation made by pen (kalam). Kalamkari saris are supposed to have hand painted designs, but printed Kalamkari saris are also available. Inspired by Hindu mythology, ancient caves and sculptures.
Kantha is a type of embroidery in eastern South Asia, especially Bangladesh and parts of West Bengal and Odisha.
Kanchipuram silk Saree
Kanjeevaram basically comes from a place called Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. This saree is known for its vibrant colours and excellent temple pattern borders.
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.
Lehariya is popular tie and dye art that works with wave (lehar) pattern. Vibrant and bright, Lehariya sarees are a burst of colours, and I love them for all their multi-hued glory.
Paithani is the famous silk saree of Maharashtra. It is said that in the time of the great Maratha kings, real gold thread was used to embroider these sarees, designs which are signature to the saree are parrots as motifs.
Getting their name from the Patan District of the state of Gujarat, splendid Patolas are rich handloom sarees. The real art of weaving a Patola saree is a closely guarded family tradition of weavers in Patan/ Rajkot area.
Bengal is the best place to buy crisp cotton sarees that are known as Tant. The speciality of this saree is that it is stiffly starched and contains excellent workmanship.
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