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Yellow…the color of marigolds and merry times. Don this beautiful yellow drape in Gadhwal pure silk and captivate your onlookers. The sea green border with a wispy orange band and temple motifs in leaf green are the creative combinations of some Gadhwal weavers quietly working their magic at the loom. The grand golden sheen on sea green pallu completes this beauty.  #houseofblouse #festive #saree #puresilk #blouse #indianwear #india #fashion #bollywood

Yellow…the color of marigolds and merry times. Don this beautiful yellow drape in Gadhwal pure silk and captivate your onlookers. The sea green border with a wispy orange band and temple motifs in leaf green are the creative combinations of some Gadhwal weavers quietly working their magic at the loom. The grand golden sheen on sea green pallu completes this beauty. #houseofblouse #festive #saree #puresilk #blouse #indianwear #india #fashion #bollywood

White handmade net kota designer saree for by GiaExquisiteIndian

White handmade net kota designer saree for by GiaExquisiteIndian

Code: KSC 005 Black banaras mutka silk saree with antique gold zari work on greenish blue border. To place an order/book the saree drop us an email with the relevant code at:  Email: kanchi.signature@gmail.com Phone/Whtzap - 08089813556

Code: KSC 005 Black banaras mutka silk saree with antique gold zari work on greenish blue border. To place an order/book the saree drop us an email with the relevant code at: Email: kanchi.signature@gmail.com Phone/Whtzap - 08089813556

Gadwal silks align perfectly with the ongoing trends in silk sarees and are lighter than the stiff pure silks with an effortless drape. This particular town from where these sarees originate has a unique style of weaving silk saris as they were encouraged and patronized by the royal family of Gadwal, so it’s a ‘royal’ silk:)). Some of the sarees in our collection are woven with an interlocking technique called ‘Kuppadam’ with ‘Kuttu border’. 
 We are tripping on trendy checks and vivid…

Gadwal silks align perfectly with the ongoing trends in silk sarees and are lighter than the stiff pure silks with an effortless drape. This particular town from where these sarees originate has a unique style of weaving silk saris as they were encouraged and patronized by the royal family of Gadwal, so it’s a ‘royal’ silk:)). Some of the sarees in our collection are woven with an interlocking technique called ‘Kuppadam’ with ‘Kuttu border’. We are tripping on trendy checks and vivid…

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