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Subhashini Yellow Handwoven Korvai Kanjivaram Silk Saree With Checks & Iruthalaipakshi Motifs 10008428 - AVISHYA.COM

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Subhashini Red Handwoven Kanjivaram Silk Saree With Paisley Motifs 10008637 - AVISHYA.COM

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Subhashini Blue Handwoven Korvai Kanjivaram Silk Saree With Peacock Motifs 10008635 - AVISHYA.COM

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Subhashini Purple & Red Handwoven Muppagam Kanjivaram Silk Saree With Iruthalaipakshi Motifs 10008639 - AVISHYA.COM

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Subhashini Blue Handwoven Korvai Kanjivaram Silk Saree With Peacock Motifs 10008635 - AVISHYA.COM

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Gorgeously designed paisleys in zari fill the entire expanse of the ravishing purple body. The attractive pallu features a shimmering spread of zari woven with annams, yazhis, floral vines, temple and vanki motifs. A bavanji border edged with arai madams adds to the richness of the sari. View more details at http://www.parisera.com/products/kanakavalli-handwoven-kanjivaram-silk-sari-100100638?cid=33

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Kanchipuram Silk Saris also known as Kanchi Silk Saris, Kanchivarams, Kanjivarams, or Kanchipuram Pattu Saris are woven in the temple town of Kanchipuram located in Tamil Nadu. These saris are prized by Sari lovers across India and the world for their bold motifs, stunning colour play and intricate craftsmanship These saris are woven using pure mulberry silk. While the weaving happens in the town of Kanchipuram the silk is sourced from Karnataka and the Zari from Surat. The silk yarn is…

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Subhashini Magenta Handwoven Kanjivaram Silk Saree With Paisley Motifs 10008431 - AVISHYA.COM

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Kanchipuram Silk Saris also known as Kanchi Silk Saris, Kanchivarams, Kanjivarams, or Kanchipuram Pattu Saris are woven in the temple town of Kanchipuram located in Tamil Nadu. These saris are prized by Sari lovers across India and the world for their bold motifs, stunning colour play and intricate craftsmanship These saris are woven using pure mulberry silk. While the weaving happens in the town of Kanchipuram the silk is sourced from Karnataka and the Zari from Surat. The silk yarn is…

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