Cress-Green Kanjeevaram Silk Saree With Brocaded Zari Paisley-Floral Booti From Chennai

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A very chic-looking cress-green becomes the canvas for the age-old textile-making technique of Tamil Nadu in this handloom pure silk Kanjeevaram sari which is matchless in the simplicity on the body of the sari and the detailing on its endpiece. The cress-green body of this Kanjeevaram is decorated with golden floral butis spread sparsely on its silken base bordered by vegetation that includes the paisley motif as well as the “Kodi Visiri” or the floral creeper, both symbolic of the fruition of new life and auspiciousness in Hindu tradition. The striking hue of cress-green is complemented by the luxurious blue on the endpiece which is adorned with brocade work to weave the Mayura (peacock) nestled in rich circular frames and its surroundings are fully blossomed flowers, gracing the silken backdrop with all the beauty of nature. The contrasting bright pink blouse with this pure silk Kanjeevaram sari completes this graceful traditional Indian women’s wear, wrapped in which you will relive the exoticness of India.
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Item Code: TAB762
Specifications:
Pure Silk
Dimensions BLOUSE/UNDERSKIRT TAILOR-MADE TO SIZE
Weight: 630 gm
Handmade
Handmade
Fully insured
Fully insured
Shipped to 153 countries
Shipped to 153 countries
More than 1M+ customers worldwide
More than 1M+ customers worldwide
100% Made in India
100% Made in India

With the beauty of Mother Nature and stunning ancient Indian architectural motifs are woven together with gold Zari threads and vibrant silk, a Kanjeevaram Sari will always live up to your expectations if you wish to feel queenly and womanly in your traditional Indian women’s wear. Much like most of the other silk ethnic Indian fashion, Kanjeevaram saris are the go-to choices for a bride-to-be or a newlywed young lady. The fame earned by Kanjeevaram is due to a long and detailed process that involves choosing suitable silk yarns, dying them in natural colors, drying them in the sun, and stretching them on a bamboo wood frame to avoid any tangling. The detailed border and pallu decorated with a mingling of silk and Zari threads are crafted separately from the body of a traditional Kanjeevaram sari. A master weaver upon the completion of the three sections stitches them together using a technique of interlinking which is locally called- “pethi”. Handwoven to bring you the goodness of pure silk and glistening golden Zari work, a Kanjeevaram sari has to be your next pick from the treasure chest of traditional Indian fashion.

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