Banarasi Saree

Product Code: FBBSMA007
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Product : Banarasi Saree

Type :  Festival & Casual   

Size : 5.5 Mtr

Fabric Banarasi Silk,

Blouse : Unstitched Banarasi Silk Blouse

Pattern : Banarasi, Resham, Traditional, Zari

Style : Bollywood

Weight : 500 gm

Speciality Original Banarasi Saree

                   : The Banarasi saree has round zari motifs on the border and a coloured pallu. Made in banarasi yarn that is by far the finest yarn in the country, Banarasi  silk are one of the most easily identified silk sarees with their rich weave in opulent colors and their ritzy borders and pallu in real zari brocade. Time consuming and laborious, these handloom Banarasi sarees are known for their authenticity and grandeur and are the dream drape of every Indian Bride.

                  : Economic, Perfect, Reasonable, Both, etc

                  : Authentic Design and Rich Feel, Soft and comfortable

                  : Long Durability, Can be used in all season 

                  : Proudly Made In India

WASH CARE : DO NOT SOAK IN SUNLIGHT. USE MILD DETERGENTS. 
                       : DO NOT WASH IN HOT WATER. WASH.

 Shipping and Packaging Detail : We provide free shipping all over India within 3 to 5 business days after shipment.

Disclaimer :- There  might be slight variation in colour/design due to lighting effects and camera quality at place where photo is taken.

In case of any issue with product we have 100% refund policy

Banarasi Saree :

Older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend, the ancient city of Banaras is synonymous with some of world’s oldest temples and finest silk sarees. The place that is believed to have flourished as a textile centre when it was a capital of Kasi kingdom, In 5th and 6th century BC Banaras became a crucial centre for silk and cotton fabrics with these woven fabrics becoming most sought after all over the world. Zari and Brocade work that is the specialty of Banarasi sarees kick started around 17 th century when Silk weavers from Gujarat migrated to Kasi after a famine in 1603. Development of brocade and zari work in the city saw new heights during Mughal period, especially in the reign of emperors such as Akbar. Having witnessed centuries of handmade textile tradition, Banarasi silk sarees have seen many changes in preferences of colours, patterns, motifs, borders and styles over the years. From floral patterns, animal and bird depictions to ‘Butidar’ designs to Islamic patterns like florals and ‘Jali’ or ‘Jaal’ and the more recent Geometrical patterns Banarasi saris have kept abreast with changing tastes and embolden women with their ever elegant finesse.

 

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