Andra pradesh Show Details

Pochampally Saree

Pochampally sarees are the popular sarees bind in Pochampally, a small town in Andhra Pradesh. Pochampally is common brand in south india because of its purity. These sarees are famous in world because of its matchless design, quality, purity and different colour combination.

Pochampally is different art of Orissian Artists by their feel. Pochampally cloth is smoother and light in weight . these are so many designs of different colours.

The Process
There are appx. 5249 handloom weavers in Pochampally who design sarees in traditional ikat work. The ikat weaves initially involve the yarn being dyed first, and with each strand dyed on the basis of the last pattern that has been verdict. It means that everything has to be very precious and requires the ability of adroit artists. This method is as same as tie-and-dye method; the real contrast being that here the yarn is dyed before weaving a rather typical method. The ambient Pochampally ikat tie-and-dye saree has won Intellectual Property Rights protection.

Design and Colour
 pochampally sarees are a better market in India and abroad  because of the weavers use modern synthetic colors instead of the expensive dyes for dying, its not only reduce the cost of production, but also getting a chance to be more attractive by using modern designs. Modern ikats of Andhra Pradesh, which are uses normal and popular three colors and purely geometrical designs, are of better quality and sell competitively.


Assam Show Details

Muga sarees

Muga sarees are the popular silk sarees produced only in Assam. The traditional dress of Assamese ladies is Mekhala Chaddar-a saree in two piece. Muga sarees are not only graceful, refined and beautiful but they also have plenteous strength and durability.

Muga Silk
Muga sarees are embed in muga silk, which is only found in Assam all over the world. The arrogant of India, muga silk is known for its natural blazing golden colour. The  expensive of silks, muga is an intact part of the tradition and culture of Assam. This fabric is one of the world cherish of fine silk fabrics.

The colour of the Muga silk saree has a natural blazing golden colour. The golden colour of this rare and exotic silk saree no requires dye to escalate its exquisite beauty. It has the pure & natural quality of spun-gold.

The motifs and designs embed in the body have the regional colours like yellow, blue, & green which provide a dramatic effect instead of the golden colour of the Muga fabric. The weavers have enhanced them to include colours like yellow, green, blue, beige, silver, coppery pink, brown etc.

several motifs, butis are knitted on the saree and its border. Each ethnic group of the State has its own distinctive design and style. The motifs used in these sarees are mostly traditional symbols of

  • animals
  • Nature
  • creepers
  • flowers
  • birds
  • cross borders, and
  • the galaxy

Chhatisgarh Show Details

Kota Doria Sarees

Kota Doria Sarees a is famous in  in India    made in small villages around the Kota city. These sarees are very comfortable for Indian summers

Fabric in Kota Sarees
Kota sarees are made by cotton and silk fabric.To find Handloom Kota Doria sarees in pure cotton is  very rare in this time  but Kota sarees in polyester fabric is achieving more and more popular. There are also many different  varieties of machine loomed Kota fabric, which is also very soft cloth with an breezy that picks up the slightest comfort.

Kota sari have a enrich style which uses a pair of cotton and silk threads to made an almost graph like  called khats  where cotton lends firmness and silk specifies cool soft ,airy feel. This is known "Kota Doria" weave or the the adroit weave.

The adroit weave of a Kota sari is its uniquematchless characteristic. Besides the prestigeious pattern, there are other weaves in typical designs in a combination of silk and cotton. Some of the weaves also have a narrow border edged with Zari.  The sarees have designs that different from the traditional jal, checks, jacquard and jamawar pallus .

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The Patola Sarees

The Patola Sarees is one of the famous hand-woven sarees produced now a days. Patola silk sarees are the   Gujarat’s arrogant. These sarees are made by using the resist dying technique.
Commonly two types of Patola sarees are very famous
  • PatanPatola: This is horizontally-resist dyed (double ikat).
  • Rajkot Patola: This is only vertically resist dyed (single ikat).

Patola sarees are identify by their  colors and geometric designs interwoven with folk motifs. Every patola saree is having a unique speciality  of its kind and emphasis with the imagination and skill of the weaver.

Fabric in Patola Saree
Patola saree  from silk called the patola silk. The patola silks are still made by a handful of adroit weavers from Patan and Surat known for their zari work.

The Process
A Patola Saree takesalmost  5 to 6 months to make, depending on how typical the design is. Every fabric consists of a chain of warp threads and a single weft thread, which embed the warp threads together. Each one of the warp threads is tied and dyed according to the design of the saree, to prevent the knotted portions of the thread do not catch the colours. Finally the both sides of the saree look exactly alike as if it is printed on both sides with the same design.

 Designand Colour
The weaving is done on normal traditional handlooms, and the dyes used are made from vegetable,fruits extracts and other natural colours. Flowers,nature, animals, birds and human figures form the the basic design. Recently, there are new geometrical designs using the vegetable dye as well as chemical dyes. Patola silk sarees with light colours are also enriched with zardosi,  sequins.


Madhya Pradesh Show Details

Chanderi sarees

Chanderi sarees are the famous sarees which is made in  a small town called Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh. Chanderi sarees are very light and comfortable for Indian summers ssession. Its beauty lies in its simplicity, breeze feel,  and special designed anchals with pallus. The Chanderi sarees give a aristocratic look to whoever who wears it.

Types of Chanderi Sari
There are commonly three types of chanderi Sarees

       Narrow border: These are the simple sarees having a very narrow border of complementary-warp zari and an endpiece containing a few narrow zari bands, or one single, wider band.

  • Broader border: These are the sarees with broader borders woven in supplementary warp zari with coloured supplementary-warp silk embellishments, woven into small repeat floral or geometrical designs. The endpiece consisted of the border elements repeated twice as two parallel bands, often with narrow woven lines and many buti woven between them.
  • Wide border: The third type called do-chashmee (two streams) is no longer made but had wide borders with brightly coloured supplementary- warp silk in a satin weave upon which were supplementary bands of white geometric patterns. In some sarees the borders were reversible.

Fabric in Chanderi Sarees
The Chanderi sari is woven in cotton as well as silk. Chanderi silk from India is the result of traditional methods of hand-weaving that have been developed over the centuries, and passed down through generations. Chanderi silk is considered the fabric of choice for sarees produced for royalty, due to its light-weight quality and intricate designs.

Colours and Design

  • These sarees are a rare fusion of light & bright colors.
  • The plain cotton,silk  ones are with borders  and floral patterns. .
  • Silk sarees are bind with zari borders and have zari and colourful  thread work all through the  length  of  sari, giving it an elegant
  • Chanderi sari is known for it’s soft colors and the  balance between the border and the body of the  saree.

Maheshwari saree

Maheshwar is famous for a different  type of saree called Maheshwari saree, which is a self identified for this city. These sarees are famous in all over India for their  style of harmonious balance between the border and the body of the saree. The grace and elegance of these sarees is typicall to match.

Fabric in Maheshwari Sarees
The Maheshwari saree is made  mostly in cotton and silk. The saree woven from pure silk, is known for its strength, elasticity and a matchless luster of the fabric. Nowadays these sarees are made in pure and artificial silk as well.

Colours and Design
The typical Maheshwari saree is either cherish, simple or has stripes, embed with complementary. The  border of the saree known as bugdi which can be worn either a side, is a speciality. It has a variety of leaves,nature and flowers on the border, in karnphool pattern, which is well known. But now a lot of practical with respect to the fabric and motifs has been done in Maheshwari sarees,there is no doubt to increase its appeal in a market of changing and varied choices. The use of zari and kinari is also mactchless to the Maheshwari sarees.

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Paithani sarees

Paithani sarees are the famous silk sarees of State of Maharashtra. It is a hand-woven sari of fantastic colours, stylish design,adroiting labour  and treasured as a empirical possession in every Maharashtrian family. It is hardly to see that Maharashtrian wedding trousseau is complete without the Paithani sari.

Fabric in Paithani Sarees

The Paithani sarees, are produce  of silk in rich, different colours with gold embroidery. In recent time Paithani sarees, silver threads coated with gold are used instead of pure gold threads.

Distinctive motifs such as galaxy, birds, animals, flowers, coins, fans, petals, lotus and nature etc. are woven into the sari. Many of these designs are found on the border or pallu in different sizes and shapes. In the border, the base is in gold and the pattern complete done in silk, giving the whole sari an embossed look. Paithani are generally decorated with the gold different circle or designs motif. The speciality of the paithani is its border and pallav.

These sarees have a special light and Dark effect which is gained by bringing two different coloured silk threads together in the process of a simple tabby weave. The shades vary from different magenta, birds greens and purples. The enrich  traditional colours of vegetable dyes included blue, red and green,  and white, black and red, pink, purplish red and yellow.

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Bomkai sarees

Bomkai sarees isanother variety of saree avaible in Orissa. Produced in a small town called Bomkai in Orissa, these sarees feel touches of ikat work, like the Sambalpuri sarees.

Fabric in Bomkai Saree
Both cotton and silk fabric are used in producing of Bomkai sarees. For proper wear, cotton bomkai is comfortable. A Bomkai  Saree is also an super  choice for any religious or traditional  function. Bomkai Silk Sarees are generally used  in formal and semi formal occasions.

Design and Colours
There are Bomkai sarees with elegant designs, styles,enhancing colors for the exclusive women. Some Bomkai saree have small flower  woven onto the border. Flower symbolizes peace, nature and good health. Bomkai sarees feature threadwork escalating the beauty ofborders and pallu.mostly East Indian ladies love to wear it for their traditional tribal look, and  their understated and elegant color pallette. the combination of ikat and Bomkai is matchless to see it.


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Tussar silk saris are considered auspicious. It is a special variety of silk, as the cocoons are raised on Arjun and Sal trees. They come in a range of colors and are decorated with a variety of natural motifs. Tussar silk is also produced in Bihar. Silk Bomkai Sambalpuri saris from Orissa are also in single and double ikat. In  contrast to the ikats of Gujarat, these saris are sober in color and decorated with curved forms. The pallav of these saris have floral and animal patterns on them.

Madhubani sarees

The range is designed and developed under the strict supervision of our quality inspectors, who use the best quality paints, paper and canvas, which ensures their quality. Further, the range is valued by our clients for its eye-catching designs, attractive color combinations and fine finishing.  the eminent providers of madhubani paintings on sarees. Designed and developed by our highly experienced designers and painters, as per the recent trend of fashion, the offered range finds its application in the saree industry. Silk saree based on Madhubani and Worli traditions.We offer these sarees handpainted in various admirable forms of birds, flowers, plants and human figures. Silk saree based on Madhubani and Worli traditions.We offer these sarees handpainted in various admirable forms of birds, flowers, plants and human figures.

kerala Show Details


Kanjeevaram silk saree is a magnificent creation of the craftsmen  (Kanchipuram), situated near the Bangalore city of South India. The saree has been named after the town . The silk used in the creation of Kanjivaram saree is extremely fine as well as durable and is one of the most popular forms of silk in Tamil Nadu.The bold and bright color of the sari is very much preferred by the South Indian women, whose trousseau remains incomplete without this amazing outfit. 

Kanjivaram sarees of India make use of a combination of numerous colored threads. Adding to the attraction of the saris is the exquisite and work. The motifs used in an Indian Kanchipuram sari are heavily based on the temples, palaces and paintings. However, these days one can view scenes from great epics, Ramayana and Mahabharata, & the Bhagwad Gita being used as motifs. Tribal designs as well as contemporary patterns are also seen. 

The sheer magnitude of textures, colors and designs of Kanjivaram silk saris of India is pioneer. Simple saris can be prepared in about 8 to 10 days. However, decorative ones require up to 15 days of workmanship. Kanjeevarams are expensive and can cost anywhere between Rs. 2500 to Rs. 51,000. The cost of the saree depends upon the amount of zari intertwined with the silk. The more the zari work, the more expensive the sari will

Jammu & Kashmir Show Details


Kashmir is known for its style of embroidery which is found on garments like the shawls and household linen. The craftsmen draw inspiration from the landscape and the embroidery is renowned for its beauty. The main patterns in this region are chinar leaves, cypress cones and almonds.

Kashida, the local lingo for the embroidery, in a number of styles, of which, the sujni stitch is used when uniformity is desired on both sides, like in shawls. Zalakdosi, the chain stitch done with a hook is found on chogas and rugs with long and flowing designs. A buttonhole stitch for thick fillings is Vata-chikan. Amli embroidery in multicoloured threads is found in Kani shawls while Do-rookha is a double-sided used to create similar patterns on either side but with various colour combination. Gold or silver embroidery is done around the necks of the gown or phirans while chain and cross-filling stitches are used to do crewel work on namda or carpets. Gabba is another type of floor covering made out of old blankets with a combination of unique work and chain stitches. Patterns on gabbas and namdhas are in floral and geometrical designs. Shawls and furnishing fabrics are also embroidered while the famous Pashmina shawls are embroidered with fine silk thread.


Pashmina shawls is one of the most successful items. We feel proud in claiming to have reproduced Pashmina Embroidered shawls of 16th and 17th century. Each shawl takes 4-11 months to complete and we are receiving order on these shawls constantly. We are proud of our team of highly skilled craftsman who made it possible.

"Pashmina" is the Persian word meaning finest wool fibre, Pashmina shawls were originally shawls hand spun, and made from fine cashmere fiber. This fiber is also known as pashm. Kashmiri Pashmina Shawls are known for its softness. Pashmina yarn is spun from the hair of the ibex found at 14,000 ft above the sea level, Every summer, Himalayan farmers climb the mountains to comb the fine woolen undercoat from the neck and chest of, himalayan mountain pashm, not to be confused with the endangered The Tibetan antelope that is killed to produce shatoosh shawls. To survive the freezing 14,050 ft-altitude environment, grows a unique, incredibly soft pashm, inner coat, six times finer than human hair. Because it is only 14-18 microns in diameter, it cannot be spun by machines, so the downy wool is hand-woven into shawls. 

Different types of cashmere Pashmina Shawls made from top quality raw material, Pure Pashmina is expensive but mixed Pashmina with wool is not more expensive. Kashmiri pashmina silk shawls are world widely praised for their unmatched quality & various beautiful color combination of embroideries Art or hook embroidery

Rajasthan Show Details


Bandhej--Bandhej or Bandhani is an art of tie and dye practiced mainly in the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat, India. Bandhej or Bandhni gets its name from the root word, 'baandh' meaning 'knot'. A plain piece of cloth, usually in cotton, muslin or silk, is tied with threads and dyed with various colors. 

Bandhej or Bandhani is thus a skilled work of ornamenting the cloth with combination of colours. And what better way of flaunting this traditional art and colour than in a saree. Some of the most revered bandhej sarees  come as region-specific like Rajkot Bandhej, Jaipur Bandhej, Jodhpur Bandhej etc. 

The colouring method involves the lightest shade being worked in first order, after which this is tied and a darker colour is introduced. An unlimited number of colour schemes are used. The designs are created with the combination of small dots and circles. Quality of bandhej can be judged by the size of the dots; the smaller the dots, finer is the quality. Red, maroon, yellow, golden and black are the common shades.

Rajkot in Gujarat is one of the major bandhej or bandhini centres of India.  Rajkot Bandhej Sarees  are famous all over the world for their rich color hues and attractive shades. The Rajkot Bandhej sarees are known to captivate the imagination of one and all with their multi colored range and motifs. These sarees, with or without embellishments, are desired also for their delicate motifs that are figure flattering for all body types and brighten all complexions. 

Tamil Nadu Show Details


Kanjeevaram silk saree is a magnificent creation of the craftsmen living in a small town, Kanchi (Kanchipuram), situated near the Bangalore city of South India. The saree has been named after the town in which it is produced. The silk used in the creation of Kanjivaram saree is extremely fine as well as durable and is one of the most popular forms of silk in the state of Tamil Nadu. The bold and bright color of the sari is very much preferred by the South Indian women, whose trousseau remains incomplete without this amazing outfit. 

Kanjivaram sarees of India make use of a combination of numerous colored threads. Adding to the attraction of the saris is the exquisite and elaborate zari (a form of embroidery) work. The motifs used in an Indian Kanchipuram sari are heavily based on the Pallava temples, palaces and paintings. However, these days one can see scenes from great epics, Ramayana and Mahabharata, along with the Bhagwad Gita being used as motifs. Tribal designs as well as contemporary patterns are also seen. 

The sheer magnitude of textures, colors and designs of Kanjivaram silk saris of India is incredible. Simple saris can be prepared in about 10 to 12 days. However, decorative ones require up to 20 days of workmanship. Kanjeevarams are expensive and can cost anywhere between Rs. 2000 to Rs. 50,000. The cost of the saree depends upon the amount of zari intertwined with the silk. The more the zari work, the more expensive the sari will be. 

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Tangail Saree

Tangail Saree is a renowned handicraft product of West Bengal. This saree is known for its comfort and elegance. The “Tangail” sari exemplifies most graphically, the travails of the weaving community of the 2 Bengals. “Tangail”, which is a village in what is today known as ‘Bangaladesh’ was the home of the weavers who now reside in Fulia, Dainhat, Samudragarh, Dhatrigram, and Sainthia as a consequence of Partition. Tangail can be worn as festive wear as well as daily wear. We pride ourselves on the wide variety of Tangail sarees in our stock. We are backed by our team of adept professionals in crafting an exclusive collection of Tangail Sarees .These sarees are offered in elegant designs and patterns, reflecting the aesthetic taste of our clients. We present an enchanting collection of Cotton Tangail Sarees, which are available with us in magnificent colors. Available in beautiful designs, shades and styles, these sarees are appreciated for their excellent quality, neat stitching, color fastness and shrink resistant features. As our offered cotton tangail sarees have mass appeal and hence these are high in demand with the clients.

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West Bengal has a reputation for producing quality silk. Murshidabad, a district in West Bengal is famous for its Baluchari silk sarees. Baluchari got its name from a small village which is situated in Murshidabad. Baluchari sarees come in somber colors with silk brocaded designs on the palla and the border.

These sarees have colors, which harmonize with one another. You will not find any contrasting colors in it. Even if the sari is red, you will find intricate golden work on it, which will give it an elegant and royal look.Firstly, the silk worms are reared. When they turn into cocoons, the silk thread is extracted from the cocoon. Then the silk threads are processed and dyed in various colors. Then patterns are woven onto the silk, using various threads. Now when you see a Baluchari in a shop, you will know how much time making a single piece. Mostly nature designs like flowers, shrubs etc. are woven into the silk base of these sarees. Narrative designs such as people on horses, men and women in various poses are also popular Baluchari designs

Uttar Pradesh Show Details


Tanchoi is an elaborate and comprehensive weaving technique practiced in parts of Northern India to create beautiful Tanchoi textiles. Originally, this art instigated in China and was brought to India by three brothers with the last name ‘choi.’ The technique therefore came to be known as ‘Tanchoi’, which literally means ‘three chois’ (tan – three, Choi – brothers). They introduced the art to the Indian weavers in Surat (Gujarat) and later the Varanasi weavers started making less expensive versions. Since then the amalgamation of Chinese technique with Indian style of weaving was created to form the Indianised version of Tanchoi sarees.

The tanchoi weavers initially wove yard age and sarees, which were mostly used by the Parsi community.  But today, Tanchoi has remarkably gained popularity throughout India.

Weaving Technique:
Tanchoi textiles are fabricated in vibrant colours and the weaving technique employs several silk yarns. Like Brocades, Tanchois are also constructed using an extra set of colorful weft silk yarn covering the satin ground thus creating unusually distinctive patterns. Tanchoi weaving is one of the technical and complex weaving techniques as it involves one or two warp and two to five weft colours often in the same shed.

A densely patterned, heavy fabric is thus created without any floats on the reverse. Sometimes, the ‘unused’ threads are woven into the ‘foundation’ at the back. As per the tradition of creating these sarees, the weavers create the face of the fabric with a satin weave ground (warp threads) with small patterns made by the weft threads repeated over the entire surface. Based on this fact, traditionally Tanchoi textiles are Amru brocades that originated in China, but in the 1940s and 1950s, Banaras took over the market and began to incorporate zari.


The main centres of Jamdani weaving in Uttar Pradesh Banaras. Jamdanis are very thinly textured muslins(white thin cloth) with floral, bird and animal motifswhich are woven on the loom.. At banaras the craftspersons use gold thread in addition to the bleached and unbleached white threads. The craftspersons today also follow the traditional jamdani pit looms to form traditional designs.  The finest Banaras muslins are called Kasivastras. The threads used for decoration are not cut at the edges, but are left hanging in the spool and then introduced into the figured pick.

The weaving done is with two threads of yarn of the same count as the background are used to weave the floral motifs which are done by means of extra spools, The kind of weaving done is known as twill-tapestry, Jamdanis are very suitable for saris, caps and angarkhis.. The motifs of flowers used for the weaving are chameli, pomera, genda, mogra, kamana, , juhi, khas ishqapench, harsingar and phulbanjari. Aribel, Kangura, Jaldar, Saro, Marava, Haravver, Lahar, Purmatan, Kharibel are few motifs which are very regularly used in jamdani weaving of Uttarpradesh.