Narayanpet is the name of a town which is located in Mahaboob nagar district, Andhra Pradesh, in India. Narayanpet sarees were traditionally made of handloom cotton and silk. The unique thing about Narayanpet saris is also famous in Maharashtra.
Narayanpet saris originally came through a Maratha king Chatrapati Shivaji, the Marathi ruler. These saris got its Geographical Indication (GI) registration with the government of India.
Narayanpet cotton sarees are well known for the durability of the colors used in the yarn. The mixture of colors gives the durability and the count used in weaving gives the softness and hardness of the fabric.
Narayanpet cotton saris tend to have a broad patti borders, which is woven either with zari or with some contrasting tread work. These sarees can easily be identified by square patterns that are spread out across the sari.
The uniqueness of the Narayanpet cotton saris is the designs, check patterns are compulsory in body of the sari and there is a border on both sides.
Narayanpet handloom pure cotton sarees are graceful and add a charming look while rendering a simple image. Another good thing about Narayanpet cotton sari is they are comfortable to wear, so you can wear these saris on a regular basis for casual and corporate meetings.
Today, the handloom cotton sari is now being mixed with silk to create new varieties. The cotton used to make these saris is stiff and therefore highly popular.
The pure Narayanpet handloom cotton sarees are designed with plain body, checks, stripes, zari, multi color thread woven bootis, embroidery work and floral zari, temple style, contrasting thread woven borders and designer pallus with matching blouse, apt for parties, festivals, traditional occasions, casual and corporate wear.
Narayanpet cotton saris are designed with latest block printed motifs and zari, multi color thread woven bootis and floral gold and silver color zari, printed, multi color thread woven borders and rich woven floral block printed designer pallus, suitable for corporate and casual wear.
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Unnati silks, the largest ethnic online Indian shop offers exquisite designer Narayanpet Handloom Cotton Saris for online sale. Our Online shopping store has the widest range of rich Indian Sarees and Salwar kameez. At Unnati Silks, you can buy unique, exclusive collection at affordable price.
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