Holy Weaves of KAASI reciting the tales of inherited culture of India since Mughal Era, Pure Banarasi Sarees are considered as treasured heirloom.
As soon as you are gearing up for any special occasion, Banarasi Saree is the first obvious choice to royal up your preparation. Classic and timeless though trendy and imperial, Pure Banarasi Saree, is enough to brighten the corner of any Indian Woman’s wardrobe.
Was Banarasi Saree ever out of fashion? Is it out of fashion? Will it be out of fashion? A BIG NO!
However, mere a thought of having a Banarasi Saree is not enough to give yourself a royal treatment. Most imperative is to own an authentic masterpiece with opulence of pure silk dipped in Zari and handwoven in Kaasi is something that matters and stands out.
Be it Banarasi Katan Silk Saree, Banarasi Tanchoi Silk Saree, Jamawar Tanchoi Saree, Banarasi Georgette Saree or Tussar Silk Banarasi Saree. Pure Banarasi Saree has two aspects: purity of fabric and authenticity of golden and silver zari handwoven on silk.
Let’s us help you providing some more insights about Banarasi Silk Sarees, so that you make a right choice of pure Banarasi Silk Saree while making any such purchase.
Banarasi Katan Silk Saree: Katan Silk is the finest quality of Mulberry Silk in both the warp and the weft, woven as a plain fabric. When it is embellished with golden or silver zari, it exudes royalty, dignity and eminence. Banarasi Katan Silk Saree is the most popular Banarasi variant of a hand-woven silk saree and is superior because of its fine, light weight and lustrous texture.
Be it Cut work or Kadhua work or Jungla work, Banarasi Katan Silk Saree is a very good & safe choice for those who wish to look elegant though sophisticated but with ease. Visit our Banarasi Silk Saree product page to own pure handloom Banarasi Katan Silk Saree.
Tussar Silk Banarasi Saree : Tussar Silk, also known as 'Wild Silk, is an exquisite yellowish-brown silk thread obtained from a wide winged wild moth. Having a rich coarse and porous texture, Tussar Silk Banarasi Saree is very comfortable to wear even in summer. Tussar Silk Banarasi Saree is light weight and stiff that gives a very formal and elegant look to grace any special occasion. Visit our Banarasi Silk Saree product page to own pure handloom Tussar Silk Banarasi Saree.
Banarasi Georgette Saree: Pure Banarasi Georgette Sarees, originally made of silk with a highly twisted yarns, are a magical blend of traditional and contemporary style. Lighter than typical silk, extremely soft and flowy fabric making Banarasi Georgette Saree a perfect choice for the one who have just started wearing sarees. Be it cut work or Kadhua, these pure Banarasi Georgette Sarees are the outcome of painstaking many days efforts of weavers who make rich use of zari and vibrant colored dyes. Visit our Banarasi Saree product page to own a pure Banarasi Georgette Saree.
Banarasi Tanchoi Silk Saree or Jamawar Tanchoi Saree: Persian inspired intricated, detailed and small weaving patterns handwoven giving satin finish by making use of multi colored delicate Resham threads is the speciality of Banarasi Tanchoi Silk Saree or Jamawar Tanchoi Saree. Jamawar Tanchoi weaving technique makes use of 1-2 warp and 2-5 weft colors. Fabric of Banarasi Tanchoi Silk Saree has an extremely smooth texture with satin finish. Visit our Banarasi Silk Saree product page to own a Banarasi Tanchoi Silk Saree or Jamawar Tanchoi Saree.
The majesty silk is then woven through one of the various techniques to create a classic Banarasi Silk Saree:
- Cut work - Using cut work hand weaving technique, the motifs and jaal on the saree are woven together and refined by clipping the extra floating threads that are lying loose in the back side of the fabric and not engaged in design formation.
- “Kadhua” is one of the finest weaving technique of Benaras, when each motif is woven separately. Each saree is a kind of masterpiece as it is woven by 2-3 weavers simultaneously and takes 2-5 weeks to weave a saree based on the intricacy of design. Kadhua is created with extra wefts on top of the base warp fabric with resham or zari wound around hand shuttles, leaving no loose floats or threads on the back of the fabric.
Your search is now over with House Of Elegance to make a perfect choice for a Handloom Banarasi Saree online. Feel free to Call us for any other query.
All our Banarasi Silk Sarees are certified by "Silk Mark India" assuring 100% natural silk in the base fabric.