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Top 10 types of Sarees in India

A saree lover woman’s dream is to own atleast one saree from different regions of India.  It is their hobby and desires to own the specialties and the traditional sarees of the regions across India. Women in India love to accessorize themselves, especially when dressed in Saree with accessories such as  jewelry, Gajara and make up.

Saree is a grace full south Asian female costume. A saree is a piece of cloth from 5 to 9 yards wrapped around the waist with one end draped over the shoulder. Saree is one of the most valued possessions of women. Saree increases the beauty and value of a woman and makes her look charming.

Saree has a great cultural significance but now a day’s saree has become a style statement as they are fashionable garments. Here you can find ten top beautiful types of sarees that are specialties of different regions and cities of India.

Through this article on Top 10 types of Sarees in India we shall come to know more about the rich culture of India in handloom department via types of sarees.

Top 10 types of Sarees in India

1. Kanjeevaram Saree

Kanjeevaram sarees are not only famous in India but across the world. The silk base is thicker than any other silk saree and this thickness makes it the most expensive silk sarees in India.

Kanjeevaram Saree

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2. Banarasi Saree

The Banarasi Brocade saree is a must for each bride. The signature design of Banarasi Brocade is a narrow fringe like pattern, called Jhhalar, found along the inner and outer border.

Banarasi Saree

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3. Chanderi Saree

Basically Chanderi, a small town in Madhya Pradesh, famous for its hand-woven sarees, is a renowned centre for it’s traditional weavers. Chanderi sarees have unmatched sophistication and are popular among the Indian upper middle class saree wearers.

Chanderi Saree

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4. Kota saree

Kota Sarees are known to be very lightweight and transparent. The material used in created such beautiful sarees is cotton.

Kota saree

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5. Paithani Saree

Paithani sarees are for people who has extremely refined taste for sarees. Paithani sarees are made of pure silk and gold and usually have square block & carrying Hand-woven Peacocks  design on it.

Paithani Saree

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6. Bandhani Sarees

Bandhani is a type of tie-dye textile decorated primarily by plucking the cloth with the fingernails into many tiny bindings that form a figurative design. The designs turn out to be really beautiful.

Bandhani Sarees

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7. Tant Saree

Tant sarees have a very unique appearance and colors. The word “Taant” literally means ‘Made On The Loom’. This is a traditional saree worn by Bengali Women. Taant sarees are popularly known as Bengal cotton and is hand-woven.

Tant Saree

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8. Pashmina Saree

This is a fine semi silk block printed pashmina saree with traditional motifs, worly print and exclusive block prints. These sarees got rich pallu.

Pashmina Saree

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9. Bomkai Saree

Bomkai sari, also known as Sonepuri sari is uniquely woven sari which hails from the western part of Odisha. The original and traditional weaving of this sari was made in low-count cotton yarn which is usually, coarse, heavy and dyed in intense colours.

Bomkai Saree

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10. Sambalpuri Silk Saree

Sambalpuri Sarees are both silk as well as cotton sarees. This type of embroidery comes from a small place called sambalpur in Orissa.

Sambalpuri Silk Saree

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