India's cultural diversity is best reflected in its handloom textile varieties. From Patola in Gujarat, Baluchari in West Bengal and Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh, Kancheepuram in Tamil Nadu to Narayanpet and Pochampally in Andhra Pradesh, handloom weavers have for thousands of years created a tapestry of designs and textures that have been the pride of India. But today, much of this treasure is lost to time and to the advances in technology.
Reflecting the beauty of a sapphire sky with dark clouds, this #silk sari in blue is smothered with navy blue floral motifs, with occasional ones highlighted in gold. A gold wave pattern dominates the border edged in a wine red. Geometric extravaganza in dazzling gold motifs on wine red silk adds drama to the pallu. Wine red blouse with running border completes this #Kanjivaram silk sari. For such beautiful blues, visit Sarangi. Code 390125928.
Gorgeous kanjeevarams as seen on our Indian actresses. The fall and grace of a silk sari is nothing in comparison to a bling-bling designer one. Gift your mom a precious pure zari sari. Consult us on where to buy it in India. A personal shopper & stylist for weddings in India - Bridelan, visit our website www.bridelan.com #Bridelan