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One of the most preferred natural fibers, pure Silk effortlessly radiates an unmatched richness. Silk Sarees, thus, are one among the most loved ensembles in the world. Silk - the word itself is synonymous with sublime, mellow smoothness, coupled with a magnificent charm. History of this enchanting fabric dates back to 3630 B.C. - from when accounts of its initial development in the Chinese civilization are found. Smoothness and lustrous texture - these wonderful qualities have made silk desirable across the globe.
A protein fibre, Silk is produced by silk worms. The process is called as Sericulture. Read all about Silk in our detailed article here.
Silk, undeniably, is one of the finest threads available to manufacturers and textile producers, which can be used to craft the most delicate and elegant fabrics. Hence, the popularity of this fabric. The fabric of the royals, Silk has been used to craft all sorts of ensembles, capes, royal thrones, wraps, other blended fabrics, high-end bed linen, exquisite tapestry, upholstery and more. They have always been associated with luxury and class; in the ancient era, these fabrics were a highly sought-after item in trade.
Silk reached India in 140 A.D. and instantly became a huge hit. Today, after China, India is the world’s second largest producer of this lovely yarn. The biggest industry that uses it in India is the Saris manufacturing industry. Silk sari is one trend that’s popular the world over.
The Southern states of India account for maximum production of silks and saris. It is avidly used for weaving and creating other intricate weaves like Banarasi Brocade, Pashmina, Chanderi, Kanchipuram, Jamewar shawls etc.
Pure yarn is also blended with various other yarns, primarily cottons, to create splendid fabrics, which are then used to create the popular SiCo fabric and beautiful saaris, like Chanderi, Kota, Gharcholas, Cotton-Silk blend saris – and also popular fabrics like pure Georgette and Crepe.
Soft and Pure Silk Sarees
Pure silk refers to the yarn that is absolutely natural gum (fibre) taken from the sericin (of cocoon) – with no other matter added for additional weight. Since this is extremely rare and expensive, the yarn at this stage may be treated in many ways, even fortified with metals – thus, to create other cheaper and low weight variants.
Given their refined lustre and feel, Indian drapes made in this stunning pure fabric are the most sought after. The fabric’s luxuriant quality makes it perfect for special occasions. Many Indian brides wear pure silk saris for their wedding rituals. You will get a huge variety of Bridal, Wedding and Designer Silk Saris on Saree.com. Gorgeous Silk Saree Blouses make these drapes all the modern and stylish. At saree.com, you will get latest designs and patterns in silk saree blouses.
Most of these drapes are so lush in themselves that they do not require much embellishment. Thus, many of these pure ones come with just a Zari border. These are also called as Pattu Sarees. These saris may or may not have ornate Zari Pallus and Zari motifs on the body and pallu.
The rich handlooms heritage of India rests largely on the silk fabric, cottons being the other staple. The weavers work with the delicate protein yarn to produce exquisite handloom textiles. Since natural yarns can be dyed in many colours, they are popular in the handloom industry. The reflective lustre of Silk, produced by the prism-like structure of the fiber, lends itself beautifully to dyeing process, resulting in deep, jewel-tones hues.
Handloom Saris often derive their names from the centres, where they are woven - like Banarasi gets its name from Banaras (Varanasi), Kanjeevaram saris (actually Kanchipuram) get their name from Kancheepuram region. Gujarat’s famed Patola gets its name from Patan district, where they are traditionally made.
Varieties of Silk Saris
Mulberry Silk or the one that is produced from the domesticated moths is what we use the most. Somewhat coarser wild silks - Tussar (Tasar), Muga and Eri in India - are Non-Mulberry types that are also used in the handlooms sector and for creating other forms of ethnic ensembles. Some regional embellishments and embroideries demand a specific fabric variety. For example, the popular Kantha embroidery is generally done on the naturally beige Tussar. Golden, glistening Muga is a popular type, extracted from wild moths, indigenous to Assam in India. Other Non-Mulberry forms include Anaphe, Spider, Fagara, Coan and Mussel Silks.
Pure (Mulberry) silk sarees are made in umpteen other finishes and textures. Fabrics like Crepe de Chine and Chiffon are also made using this fibre. Even pure georgettes are made from these yarns.
Here are some popular varieties of Indian handlooms :
Famed Kanjivaram saaris from Tamil Nadu are crafted from extremely fine silk yarn.
Bhagalpuri Tussar is very well known for its unique and striking resilience and superior quality. Bhagalpur from Bihar is famous for tussar saaris.
Banarasis, one of the most popular Indian Bridal Saris, are among the finest weaves of India, and are recognised for their gold and silver brocade or zari work, fine fabric and opulent embroidery.
Expensive and rare, Patan Patolas are stunning Ikat weaves. Once, they were only worn by royals and the nobility. They are generally made in SiCo blended fabrics and are known for their spectacular coloring and symmetry of design.
Blends and Artificial Varieties
Silk is a delicate fiber. It is blended with other yarns to reduce costs as well add strength. Weighted Silk, often used to create saaris, is actually fortified with metallic yarns, and thus it has greater sheen.
To achieve cheaper versions, artificial silks (art silks) are made. These are close imitations, sometimes indiscernible to the unsuspecting eye, where man-made fibers like nylon, polyester, viscose are used.
Silk Saree Blouse Designs
Silk sarees are available in great variety. From printed silk saris to plain silks and heavily embroidered silks – the variety is crazy. These drapes can be paired with many blouse types for creating different looks. Latest silk saree blouse designs are good to give a new facelift to your old or outdated trousseau sarees.
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