A Paithani sari is a characteristic trousseau of every Maharashtrian bride; it holds the specialty of being woven in gold and silk threads and these silk threads are bought from Bangalore. Paithani has its etymology from the Deccan’s oldest town ‘Paithan’, located in Maharashtra. This exclusive sari shown here in a bright colorful combination of royal red and green is a perfect masterpiece to occupy a space in your wardrobe. This combination is locally named as ‘Samprus’ and is one of the highly demanded colors of Paithani. Paithani in itself is a haute couture in traditional fashion industry and having an Uppada paithani is an add on to its richness with its genuine and soft silk handloom in affordable rates and a very light weight which makes it easy to handle.
Zoom in to the image to have a clear view at its magnificent gold brocades of tiny peacocks scattered evenly in the entire red field area. This kind of Paithani is classified under the category of Kadiyal border sari, where Kadiyal means interlocking; the warp and weft of the border are in the same elegant green shade having its characteristic oblique square design and the body has a different red shade for warp and weft. The pallu is woven in a bright green shade loaded with zari threads of gold and silver and decorated with colorful threads of pink and green forming horizontal patterns of peacocks perched on trees.
This sari is a perfect wear for auspicious events and other social gatherings like marriage, engagement etc.