Different types of Sarees From Different States
Taant from West Bengal
A traditional saree from the land of Bengal, it's made of cotton and is the preferred daily wear outfit of many in Bengal. It's light, easy to wear, and the thick border and beautiful prints make it a must buy.
Kanjeevaram from Tamil Nadu
The queen of sarees, Kanjeevaram sarees are made from a traditionally woven silk from the region of Kanjeevaram. The sarees are rich in colour and texture. They are elegant, refined and graceful, all in one drape.
Bandhani from Gujarat
The name of the saree is derived from the word, 'bandhan', which means ties. This refers to the process of tie and dye which makes this saree. Both Gujarat and Rajasthan are known for the Bandhani saree. However, the weavers of the Khatri community of Gujarat are known as the pioneers. They practice this art exclusively to this day.
Banarasi from Varanasi
Banarasi sarees are known for their gold and silver zari designs and motifs. It was originally woven for royalty only, as each saree was made with real gold and silver threads. The detailing was so intricate that back then, they used to take more than a year to finish weaving one saree. But now, there is a variety to choose from.
Chanderi from Madhya Pradesh
Silk, zari and cotton are woven together to make a fabric that is lighter than a feather, has a royal sheen and is gorgeous looking. It's one of the best fabrics there is and it's very easy to wear. If you're a fussy saree person, then this will keep your woes away.
Konrad from Tamil Nadu
Popularly known as the temple saree, Konrad sarees were originally woven for the temple deities. The saree fabric usually has either stripes or checks and a wide border. With motifs of animals and natural elements, the border is what make this saree so special.
Different Draping Styles of Sarees:
Evergreen Bengali style saree
Trendy Lehenga style saree
Rich Marathi style saree
Traditional Gujarati drape
Attractive Butterfly style saree
Vintage Mumtaz style saree
Stylish Double style saree
Forever Nivi style saree
Chic Dhoti style saree
Pashmina Silk Sarees
Half & Half Saree