Different style of sarees in India

India being a paradise of art, culture and traditions flaunts intricate designs and colors in sarees. The beautiful Indian woman flaunts vibrant to soothing colors all to embrace out her Indian ethnicity at par. India is famous all over the world for its different style of sarees. From a modern Indian woman to a domestic help, sarees are worn by every Indian woman. A modern India woman defines a different style with sari which looks quite contemporary yet gives her a ‘fashionista’ look. For a domestic help, saree is a piece of cloth that satiates her basic necessity making her define her femininity standards.

India, a diverse country flaunts different styles of sarees. Let’s discover some from North to South and East to West showcasing the glimpses of true India.

1. Banrasi saree

To enrich the beauty of Indian woman, a Banarasi saree is the finest creation from the homeland of Banaras. They are famous because of their vibrant colors and textures. It makes an Indian woman looks like a goddess. These beautiful sarees are embedded with golden embroidery. These are often draped by Indian brides as it makes the Indian woman looks more gleaming.


2. Kanjeevaram silk saree

These are one of the most common bridal sari in South India. A saree that hails from the land of Kanchipuram from Tamil Nadu, is a one masterpiece outshining in the world. The temple pattern borders in Kanchivaram sarees enlighten the vibes of true India. The astonishing red color of this style of silk saree is highly acclaimed and speaks volume across the world.


3. Paithani sarees

The famous Paithani saree from Maharashtra is roped up with a stupendous history. It is said that at the time of Maratha Kings , these sarees were embroided with real gold. It is made from a very fine silk, and thus considered as one of the richest sarees in Maharashtra.

jari paithani saree

4. Pattu saree

The very famous Pattu sarees are white in color and have golden border. These sarees are draped in one single style by most women. An origin from God’s own country Kerala, where they say that “nature has given so many colors that you do not need vibrant colors on your clothes”. This white saree with a golden border is the trademark of most women in Kerala.

pattu saree

5. Assam silk

Assam, the eastern land of India produces the best and finest silk in the country. The artisans in Assam are famous for weaving gold colored Muga silk. Muga silk is the product of the silkworm Antheraea assamensis endemic to Assam. The larvae of these moths feed on som (Machilus bombycina) and sualu (Litsaea polyantha) leaves. They possess their own style of threadwork as well. Muga silk is an integral part of the culture and tradition of this eastern state of Assam.

assam silk saree

6. Gota sarees

The ravishing Gota Patti sarees from the sates of Rajasthan and UP speaks ethnicity at its best. Gota is a special kind of lace border that is attached to the edges of the saree. The Gota Patti work brings in royalty and is carried forward from generation to generation as a true legacy. The pure Gota Patti sarees are fully hand embroided and embellished with motifs to embrace the richness.
Gota Patti saree


7. Chanderi sarees

Ancient mythology says that Chanderi saree was founded by Lord Krishna cousin’s Shisupal. This is a traditional sari made in the state of Madhya Pradesh. It is the tissue silk that leads to see through these sarees. These Chanderi sarees are produced from three kinds of fabric i.e. pure silk, chanderi cotton and silk cotton. It is a masterful art that gives rise to this beautiful manufacturing.


8. Kota sarees

The beautiful Kota sarees from the state of Kota, Rajasthan are cotton sarees which can be flaunted simply at home or can be worn with embellished work in parties and weddings too. Kota saree is also known by its famous name ‘Kota Doria’.


Flaunt these incredible styles of sarees to explore the essence of true India.



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