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7 Types Of Sarees That Add Desi Tadka To A Fashionista’s Look

Whether it is up north or down south, every state or region has something unique and spectacular to offer - different cuisines, different clothes, different rituals and lots more. Above all these, there is one thing that binds us all through threads of elegance and that is our love for sarees. The nine-yard beauty is something that all women hold close to their heart.

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India is one of the richest countries when it comes to culture and traditions. We celebrate all our festivals with much excitement and believe in going the grand way, no matter what the occasion is. Whether it is up north or down south, every state or region has something unique and spectacular to offer – different cuisines, different clothes, different rituals and lots more. Above all these, there is one thing that binds us all through threads of elegance and that is our love for sarees. The nine-yard beauty is something that all women hold close to their heart. Sarees are not just about a fashion or a trend, they have a deeper emotional values, all because of our mothers.

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Festive season has knocked our door! So, fashionistas, if you want to add that ‘desi tadka’ in your look this festive season, then you are at the right place. Here are all different types of sarees you can get from across the country. Check out these sarees and prepare yourself to rock this festive season by your look!

1. Bandhani from Gujarat

Bandhani is derived from the word ‘bandhan’ which means connections or ties. This refers to the process of tie and dye which makes this type of saree. Gujarat and Rajasthan both are known for this kind of saree. They look very stylish and elegant, and that is why, they are perfect for any festive season.

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2. Banarasi from Varanasi

This kind of saree is known for their gold and silver zari motifs and designs. They were originally woven for royal families only because each saree was made with real gold and silver threads. And now, there are immense options to choose from in this category of saree. So, if you want to look ‘royal and classy’, then you should definitely add this kind of saree in your wardrobe.

3. Chanderi from Madhya Pradesh

Silk, Zari and Cotton are woven together to make a fabric which is lighter than a feather and has a royal sheen and is gorgeous in look. These kinds of sarees are very easy to wear and carry. If you are looking for a saree which is both comfortable and attractive, then you should definitely go for this one.

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4. Leheriya from Rajasthan

This type of saree is just another form of Bandhani. But they follow a different technique of tie and dye. They look quite gorgeous and elegant when paired with Rajasthani accessories.

5. Chikankari from Lucknow

Chikankari is traditionally done on a Muslim cloth which is now available on almost all kind of fabrics. They also give out that ‘royal and classy’ look. If you live in Lucknow or if you are planning to visit there, make sure to get your hands on this kind of saree.

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6. Muga from Assam

This kind of silk sarees from Assam are made by special kind of silk produced by  larvae that feeds on mainly two special leaves. The resulting silk from these larvae is known to be the best. These sarees are glossy and are also very durable. So, if you are looking for a gorgeous and long-lasting saree, then you should choose this one.

7. Taant from West Bengal

A traditional saree from the land of Bengal which is made of cotton. This type of saree is preferred as a daily wear outfit by many in Bengal because they are light, easy to wear and the thick border and beautiful prints make it a must buy!

Ain’t all these types of sarees reflecting the richness of our country? Yes, they are! So, fashionistas choose the best sarees for you and grab them.

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