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80+ Pure Handloom Kanchipuram and Kanjivaram Silk Sarees

Kanchipuram Sarees

When you hear the term ‘Kachipuram silk’ visuals of rich silk drapes with shimmery zari work and colorful borders will flash before your eyes. This rich fabric woven from mulberry silk yarns is one of the finest fabrics in Southern India and is extensively used in making saris that have rich aesthetic appeal. Having a deep cultural significance, these saris are a common sight at South Indian weddings and a must-have outfit for every south Indian bride’s trousseau. Kancheepuram, also spelled as ‘Kanjeevaram’ and ‘Conjeevaram’ is traditionally woven in a village called Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. It has also been recognized as a Geographical Indication by the Government of India and contributes immensely to the rich handloom sector.

What is so special about Kancheepuram silk sarees?

A Kanjiwaram sari is woven with double warp and weft yarns. A high number of threads in the weft give a sturdy fall to the fabric. The border colour and design are usually different from the body of the drape. In a traditional and authentic Kancheepuram sari, the body, border and pallu are woven separately and then interlocked with fine weaving. This is a distinctive characteristic of these drapes which are made with intricate zari patterns. The borders are usually adorned with temple designs, flower vines, checks, stripes and scenery inspired by nature and South Indian temples. The use of vibrant colours and shimmery golden and silver threads combined with excellent craftsmanship is what makes these hand-woven saris a valuable possession for a saree connoisseur. You can get such beautiful silk drapes on our reputed site, at the best price.

An eternal trend:

Over the years, there have been a lot of innovations in the colour palette and designs used in Kanjivaram sarees which has wooed a global audience and kept them trending till date. Flaunted by celebrities like Shilpa Shetty and Deepika Padukone, this trend is definitely here to stay for the coming years. So if you do not have a Kanchipuram drape in your closet, then get one right away and be a dazzling Indian diva!

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