Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Online Saris in South Africa

Saris is the common yet popular apparel in India. In South Africa too, saris has gained the popularity. Unnati silks have the widest range of varied saris varieties, which it offers to South Africa and other nations. Saris are embedded with special attributes like they look stylish which is apt for corporate wear and traditional too.

saris comes in interesting and enticing design patterns and color combination works like Batik printing, Dabu prints, brocade prints, Floral block prints, floral tree prints, Fancy block prints, mango bootis, golden prints, Ikkat prints, Jamdani weaving, multi colour thread embroidery, and many more interesting varieties.
Punjab saris of various variants are admired by south African’s like, handloom and power loom cotton, pure silk, crepe, georgette, chiffon, jacquard, chanderi, Tussar, banarsi, sico, banarsi cotton printed, and other types.
South Africans are fond of Saris of multiple variants that are woven in many parts of India which have the essence of ethnic weaving. Such Indian places includes  Banaras, Dharmavaram, Udaipur, Chirala, Gadwal, Uppada, Rasipuram,Venkatagiri, Kota/Kaithoon, Bannerugatta, Elampillai, Kanchipuram, Pochampally, Narayanpet, Assam, Bengal, Meghalaya, Arni, Kondalampatti, Doddaballapur and Mangalagiri. These are the places which have the magic of ethnic handloom weaving of cotton and also other fabrics.
The alluring collection of wedding Saris, casual wears, corporate/office wears, traditional wears and trendy wears of Unnati silks is quite famous in South Africa.
Unnati Silks is a leading brand manufacturer of Indian women’s wear for over 3decades in the Indian textile industry consisting of 300+ unique ethnic traditional Indian varieties.

Unnati Silks provides free shipping facility and after the order is placed, the products are dispatched within 24 working hours. We provide free shipping and worldwide express shipping for our customers in South Africa. We ship all over South Africa including Alberton, Benoni, Cape Town, Carltonille, Durban, East London, Johannesburg, Kimberley, Klerksdrop, Krugersdorp, Mhluzi, Midrand, Msunduzi, Newcastle, Paarl, Port Elizabeth, Pretonia and Soweto.

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