Unique Women's Sarees From Various Regions of India

The saree is an attire icon of Indian tradition and culture and its roots to be found in Indus valley civilization. Although originated as a simple piece of cloth that is to be wrapped around the body, today it has multiple modified styles. These attractive women attires are found in designer motifs and patterns to suit the demands and preferences of women. There are several types of sarees that are found in India with some being more popular than others. The most popular choices in the modern age include chiffon, patola, banarasi, baluchari sarees from the north and east and a wide range of traditional silk ones from the south.


Tant Cotton Saree

From South India:

South India is one of the leading producers of fine quality silk. South Indian sarees are known to reflect the tradition of the region through its typical patterns. South India is recognized as Silk-Hub in the fashion world of sarees in India.

Gadwal sarees are woven from cotton fabric and are distinguished by the silk border and pallu. They carry heavy zari work and are produced in Gadwal, the region from which they get their name.

Kanjivaram sarees are among the most famous varieties found in the south. These are popular for their wide borders and are mainly manufactured in Kanchipuram of Tamil Nadu. They carry a heavy price tag, depending on the amount of decorative work done on them.


Kanjivaram Silk Saree

Pochampally ikat style sarees are specially recognized for the geometric patterns. These are woven from silk, cotton or an exquisite mixture of two yarns. Pochampally sarees are popular for their tie and dye style.

Puttapaka sarees from the state of Andhra Pradesh are produced by a unique method of tie and dye known in the village of Puttapaka. These sarees are often displayed in the market under the name of pochampally sarees as well.

Konrad saree, Chettinad saree, Mysore silk sarees are some of the other popular types of sarees from South India.

From North India:

Some of the famous sarees from North India include banarasi sarees, kota Doria Sarees, sikargarh brocade sarees, tissue sarees, jamavar sarees, etc.

Banarasi sarees have become an iconic symbol of the holy city of Banaras. These sarees have a tough competition with patola sarees of the west as these are among the finest varieties available in India. Exquisite zari work in gold and silver, the quality of silk and the embroidery are the remarkable features of banarasi saree and this saree has won the highest position in the list of a signature collection of sarees for festive wear in India.


Korial Silk Saree

Kota Doria sarees are produced in the Kota district of Rajasthan mostly from cotton. Light, breathable and transparent in their form, these sarees are best known for checkered patterns.

From East India:

Every region of India has its own distinctive features in the saree patterns and draping style and east India is no exception to that.

Asam Muga silk sarees are very beautiful and the quality of silk used in this saree is very thick and durable as well. Floral design is weaved on the saree which makes it look absolutely exotic.

Sambalpuri ikat is produced in Orissa and is hand-woven. It contains symbolic motifs like the shell, the fish, the wheel of the chariot of Sun-God and the flower. Besides, these are especially well known for being long-lasting and durable.

Kantha silk and cotton sarees are produced in West Bengal. These sarees derive their name from the embroidery technique used in the making process.

Baluchari silk saree is weaved in Sonamukhi village in West Bengal in which exclusive pictorials of epics are weaved in border and pallu that has made the saree look mesmerizing.

Raghunathpur in West Bengal is famous for weaving tussar silk sarees which are very much in fashion nowadays. The quality of the material produced over there is so trustworthy that owners of different boutique purchase their silk sarees from that place.

Tant sarees produced mostly in West Bengal are highly recomendable for the hot and humid climate of India. They are traditionally worn by Bengali women and woven from threads of cotton making them light and transparent. These sarees are very popular for regular wear.


Cotton Saree

Sarees from different states carry their special features which match with the demands of sophisticated as well as fashionable ladies of Indian society. Wouldn't you want to have them all in your wardrobe? But that's not all. There are so many more kinds of sarees, designs and work that it's impossible to capture it all in one go. That's the richness of our country! Adi Mohini Mohan Kanjilal has come with their amazing collection of sarees of different states and you can pick up your choice of sarees from their collection to upgrade the status of your wardrobe.