If you love your sarees and like flaunting your blouse-back, this list is sure to give you shopping goals right away!
Taant; West Bengal
A basic and light cotton saree that comes with a thick border and beautiful prints!
A specialty of Aurangabad, the handwoven silk saree comes with a zari border, fine motifs and the recurrent peacock design.
Deriving its name from the hindi word ‘bandhan’, it is a beautiful combination of tie and dye. The weavers of the Khatri community of Gujarat are known as the pioneers of bandhani sarees.
Known for their gold and silver zari designs and motifs, if you don’t own a banarasi saree, your collection is certainly incomplete.
If you have been to Lucknow, you would certainly be aware of this beautiful type! Chikankari is sis traditionally done on a muslin cloth. However, it is now available on almost all kinds of fabrics.
Hailing from the Boodhan town in Andhra Pradesh, this type of silk saree has intricate motifs, gemotric ikat prints and it comes in striking colour combinations!