Traditional Indian Sarees


The on-going world has been going through with a lot of changes in the wearing pattern of traditional clothing. Its impact can be seen in conservative societies in India as well. So why the saree the most traditional and worn clothing for women in India would have leaved behind. There are many modifications done by artisans and fashion designers in sarees during the last few decades. The changing customs, culture and other factors have accepted that changes in sarees. However, the charisma of old sarees is still intact in the hearts of wearers. They buy traditional sarees in huge quantity throughout the country. 

Gharchola Sarees:

Gharchola sari is one of the most sought after saris of Gujarat. The women’s attire is popular for its beautiful ethnic look. It can be found in different colours, styles and patterns. Even colours of Gharchola saree represent festivals. For instance, green Gharchola saree is associated to Raksha Bandhan whereas pink and blue are associated to Diwali. 

Jamdani Sarees:

Jamdani sari is made of fine cotton. The saree of West Bengal represents the traditional patterns. Its high quality fabric shows the real class the attire actually contains. Daccai Jamdani saree is different from other similar types of sarees because of its fine texture, quality muslin and stunning ornate workmanship. 

Gadwal Sarees:

Gadwal saree is beautified with both modern and ethnic patterns. The clothing is mainly produced in a small town called with the same name Gadwal in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Gadwal sari is woven by using the interlocked-wet method which is called as Kupadam. This is the reason why local people call it Kupadam saree.

Banarasi Sarees:

Banarasi saree is an ideal bridal wear. It has the real feel of the magical city Varanasi which is known as the centre of producing beautiful sarees. Banarasi saree is available in wide varieties with distinguish features. 

Sambalpuri Sarees:

Sambalpuri sari is produced in Orissa that can be found in a wide range of colours to choose from. The clothing has nature inspired motifs. The saree comes in various designs matching the specific occasion. The handloom made silk Sambalpuri sarees are popular for unique designs and patterns. 

Bandhani Sarees:

Artisans play an important role to give an extinguish touch to Bandhani sarees with their all efforts. This saree is mainly produced in Gujarat and Rajasthan. Bandhani sari is worn by women of all castes, cultures, religions and tribes. Mainly woven in cotton, silk, cotton and even wool, Bandhani saree is really a great outfit for women. 

Paithani Sarees:

Paithani sari is originated from the village called with the similar name i.e. Paithan located in Aurangabad district. Women wear Paithani sarees on special events like wedding, parties and festivals. 

Silk Sarees:

Silk saree is an integral part of Indian Textile Industry which is one of the major industries of India. Indian Silk Industry is involved in producing mainly three kinds of silks i.e. Eri, Tussore, Muga and Mulburry Silk. With the help of these silks, many types of silk sarees are crafted. The centres of India Silk Industry are in West Bengal, Karnataka, Jammu And Kashmir, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand. Silk fabric is used to design some of the popular sarees of India such as Tussar sarees, Banarasi sarees, Bomkai sarees, Kanjeevaram sarees, Baluchari sarees, Konrad sarees, Patola sarees, Mysore silk sarees, Chanderi sarees, Pochampally Ikat sarees and Paithani sarees.