India is known over the world for its traditional and colourful sarees. In fact, a saree play an important role in our wedding and never goes out of fashion. It’s placed at number one when we talk about Indian bridal sarees. The main colour of the saree used in wedding dresses is dark red, pink, orange and maroon. With the change of the time, people are maxing of different colours and patterns in the bridal sarees.
Here is the list of 5 indian wedding sarees that every woman must have in their wardrobe.
Banarasi saree is a beautiful saree that’s made in Varanasi city which’s also known banaras. This sarees have a traditional value and have a strong connection with our great Hindu mythology. This saree is available in multicolour and also know for the silver and gold zari work on the fabric. This saree can be categorized into four varieties, namely shatter, georgette, pure silk and zari. Pure silk saree is also one the famous saree among these sareees and has a special importance in the wedding occasion.
The word Bandhani comes from Sanskrit word ‘Bhadhna’ and ‘Bandha’. This saree refers to the Indian tradition tie and dye art which are used to produce beautiful and colourful pattern like Chandrakala, Bavan Baug, Shikari; depending on the manner in which the cloth is tied. This dyeing work has done from early 4000BC. The main colour are used to design this saree is yellow, black, green and blue. Today Bandhani saree making centers are situated in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab and Tamil Naidu.
Paithani is another famous golden and silk sari, named after the paithan town in Augrangabad Maharashtra state. This saree made with fine silk and also known as richest saris in India. Paithani sari is a combination of the grandeur and art which is characterised by the border of an oblique squre design. This sari is originally from the Maharashtra but it has been influenced by some other local weaves and traditional clothing.
Kanjeevaram saree is a beautiful bridal saree which is created by the expert craftsmen living in a small town Kanchipuram. This saree has been named after the town in which it is produced. This saree is made with high quality and most durable silk which have come from most popular forms of silk in Tamil Naidu estate. This saree is made with various combination of colourful thread but bold and bright colour of the saree is very much preferred by the south Indian girls.
Patola is a double ikat woven sari which is made in Patan, Gujarat. The name patola come from Sanskrit word ‘PattaKulla’. This saree takes four to six months to weave a patola which make this saree more expensive and time consuming. This saree is painted with beautiful pattern of animals and the other element of the nature. One of the interesting fact about patola saree is, It finds earliest mentioned in the religious text of Ramayana.
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