Saree is the traditional attire of Indian women and plays an integral part in a woman’s life. Banarasi sari is an Indian woman’s coveted possession. Banarasi sarees are very famous in all over India and worldwide. Banarasi saris are made in Varanasi, which is located in Uttar Pradesh State, in India.
For a long time Banarasi sari has been an important part of the Indian bride wardrobe and rarely the fails to flatter a woman, making her feel delicate and feminine. Varanasi (or Banarasi) is one of the most prominent centers of silk handloom weaving in India. The most famous product of Varanasi’s handlooms is the Banarasi silk sarees, which is most in demand in weddings as well as bridal dress.
When we talk about wedding or bridal saris, the first kind of sari strikes in our mind is Banarasi sarees that comes in various designs, colors and textures such as embroidery Banarasi saris, silk Banarasi sarees, designer Banarasi saris, Banarasi net saris, etc.
The Banarasi sarees are woven in Varanasi, the oldest city in the world. In ancient times, weavers of Banarasi saris took inspiration for brocade designs from Jasmine, Thousand emeralds, Marigold flowers, diagonal stripes, corner-motif with a mango flower etc.
One of the most important aspects of weaving Banarasi silk saris of India is the teamwork involved. Typically three weavers are involved the creation of the sari. One of them weaves the saree, while the second one is engaged at the revolving ring, where dandled are created and the third in assisting the border designing.
The Banarasi are saris designed with Zardozi work and other thread embroidery will make the sari look elegant, classy yet fashionable. Heavy sequins, beads and bootis will add glamour and shimmer to the sari. Banarasi sarees are traditionally made in four varieties: pure silk (katan), organza (Kora), georgette and shatir saris.
These saris are originally were embellished with threads made from real gold and silver. In modern times, this has been replaced by gold and silver colored thread making the saris affordable for the general population.
The Banarasi sarees are designed with eye-catching shades and patterns with heavy brocade patch work borders and designer pallus with vibrant color combinations.
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