Traditional-saree

From times immemorial, Varanasi has been home to the World celebrated Banarsi Silk Sarees, and it's hallmark is the Banarasi brocade sarees which are also one of the finest fabrics that India has to offer.

An Artist takes around 10-15 days of Intensive hand weaving work and high quality Zari finishing to create an exquisite piece, and no two Banarasi Sarees are ever the same.

Chanderi silk from India is the result of traditional methods of hand-weaving that have been developed over the centuries, where traditional weavers practice the art of producing textured sarees in cotton and silk decorated with fine zari work.

Chanderi silk is considered the fabric of choice for saris produced for royalty, due to its light-weight quality and intricate designs.

Kanchipuram sarees are also called as 'Kanjeevaram Sarees' which are made out of traditionally woven silk from the exclusive place Kanchipuram.

The weaving technique involves the use of three threads with silk threads called Zari which are dipped in silver and gold. The Kanchiuram sarees are very famous for their durability. The heavier it is the more quality it holds.

Chikankari is a traditional embroidery style from Lucknow, India. Literally translated, the word means embroidery.

Chikan is a delicate and artfully done hand embroidery where white thread is embroidered on cool, pastel shades of light muslin and cotton garments.