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Taranga Kanchi Silk Saree Zari lines

Taranga Kanchi Silk Saree Zari lines Beautifully adorned with silver Zari lines, this Taranga Kanchi Silk Saree exudes an auspicious aura. It is beautifully complemented with a small Koravai Slant Silver Gold Stripes Ganga Jamuna borders. Stand unique with this Beautiful Designer Piece in any Special Occasion In addition, a self-gold zari brocade Multicolor pallu with Tassles An Unique Pink Color Pure Pattu Blouse with Silkmark Certified

Buy online Handwoven Patola Ikat Silk Saree With Floral Motifs & Ganga Jamuna Zari Border 10026115

Patola Ikat weaving is a complex technique very closely guarded by traditional weaving families originally from Patan, Gujarat. It is a double ikat weave saree. Ikat is a resist dyeing technique where yarn is "tied" and "dyed" prior to dyeing, weaving fabric. Because design is created in yarn itself, both sides of Ikat

Pure kota silk saree

Pure kota silk saree with zari line at the pallu and blouse Soft and Light weight saree Beige saree with peach border 100 percent pure silk saree Blouse in Kota silk Dispatched in 4 to 6 days Dry clean These sarees are hand dyed, which can be done in other sarees too !! Contact us at 9962852464 to customise the colour and pattern in other sarees like raw silk, tussar silk, chiffon, georgette, soft silk, organza, satin, crepe and habutai silk saree. Kota doriya is made at Kota…

Ghicha Tussar Silk Saree - Pure Tussar Silk Sarees Online with Blouse Piece – Dailybuyys

The Tussar silk is often produced by the caterpillar of a wild silk moth that is found in rain forests of Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa, Chhatisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. Unlike mulberry silkworms, these caterpillars are difficult to cultivate in captivity, so the cocoons are sometimes gathered from the wilds. However, it is not commercially viable to collect Tussar silk cocoons from jungles. Jungle Ghicha silk and Kosa silk (mainly produced in Chattisgarh from a worm…