Saree is the traditional wear of Indian women. Silk sarees have occupied an important place in the fashion market and today women of different nations, irrespective of their dressing senses have shown their preference in this elegant piece of attire. India has given birth to the world finest collection of silk sarees, which are available in wide assimilation of prints and colors, suitable for weddings and any special occasions.
Handloom sarees are the most precious asset of Bengal. It has a huge impact on society as well as economic development in rural India. Here in Adi Mohini Mohan Kanjilal, we have a fresh collection of handloom sarees from all over Bengal. Explore and you will find the colors and tastes of Bengal handloom sarees.
An Indian Saree is known for its sophisticated weaving techniques, color combinations, and ethnic textures. Indian weddings are the best occasions to check out the widest range of Indian sarees, where collections of bridal sarees range from Kanjivaram sarees, Baluchari sarees, designer sarees to Benarasi sarees. Latest assortments of designer sarees have given a new dimension to the traditional drape of India. A huge number of fashion designers in the Indian fashion industry namely, Tarun Tahiliani, Manish Malhotra, Suneet Varma, Sabyasachi, have redefined the class and sophistication of bridal sarees with their innovative designs and creativity.
Let us make a true confession here. Yes, it is about celebrating parties in our social life. We keep on doing parties throughout the year irrespective of season. To celebrate these parties following our culture and tradition we need to wear sarees.
Winter is celebrated as a festive season in our country. Besides Christmas and New Year many wedding takes place in winter time only. So this is the best time to flaunt your style everywhere wearing best of your sarees like silk, Tussar, Georgette, Kanjivaram etc.
Diwali is that time of the year when family gatherings & exchange of gifts takes the center stage and shopping plays a major role in this happy celebration of lights.