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10 Most Beautiful Indian Sarees!

'Saree my love ' you are the most beautiful attire,
a timeless fashion, which refuses to retire...
By Swati Negi

A saree enhances the beauty of a woman. Be it any age or nationality, a woman looks fabulous in a saree! Here is the list of most beautiful sarees manufactured in India..


Paithani is a variety of sari, named after the Paithan town in Aurangabad Maharashtra state, India. Woven by hand and made from very fine silk, it is considered as one of the richest saris in Maharashtra.
Paithani is characterised by borders of an oblique square design, and a pallu with a peacock design. There are other popular variations in the designs too. It is said that in the time of the great Maratha kings, real gold thread was used to embroider these sarees.
Paithani saree is considered to be a status symbol for Maharashtrian women.

(Source: Paithani)

Check out the popular stores:
Soni Paithani
Kapse Paithani




Kanchipuram sarees, popularly known as Kanjivaram, are traditionally weaved in Kanchipuram located in Tamil Nadu, India. There is real hand woven zariwork on cotton and silk sarees. Some of the traditional designs on these sarees are temple borders and florals. The sarees are quite heavy because of the rich silk used for the purpose. Women usually wear them on festive occasions.

Check out the sarees on online sites:
a) Parisera
b) Aavaranaa




Sambalpuri style sarees are both cotton and silk. This style of embroidery comes from a small place called Sambalpur in Orissa. It takes almost 5 weeks to dye the fibers of the saree.
The fact is that our late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi wore it all the time! Hence, it became popular outside Orissa.

(Source: Sambalpuri)

Check out the following stores:
a) Odisha saree store
b) Boyanika
c) Unnati Silks


Tussar Silk

Tussar Silk

Tussar Silk sarees are weaved in the town of Bhagalpur in the state of Bihar, India. There is more than a century old weaving industry in Bhagalpur, where 30000 weavers weave on 25000 handlooms. Bihar Tussar Silk has a cotton mulmul texture in it.

(Source: Tussar Silk)

Check out the following online sites:
a) Tussar Silk
b) Parisera
c) Sakhi




Tant saree is a traditional Bengali saree. It is traditionally made by the weavers from all over West Bengal and Bangladesh. The speciality of these sarees is that it is stiffly starched. They are suitable for the hot and humid climate of India. They are light and transparent.

(Source: Tant)

Check out the following online sites:
a) Tant saree
b) Unnati silk




Patola saris are made in Patan, Gujarat, India. They are a double ikkat woven sari, usually made from special type of silk known as Patola silk. These sarees are specialty of Gujarati handicraft. The Patola sarees are famous for their geometric designs and delicate patterns.

Check out the following online sites:
a) Patola Silk
b) Kadamb Patola
c) Patan Patola




A Banarasi sari is a sari made in Varanasi (Banaras), India. The saris are among the finest saris in India and are adorned with detailed embroidery and zari work. The sari is woven with pure gold and silver thread. They are highly in demand during the wedding season! There are 4 main varieties in the sarees: Katan (pure silk), Kora (Organza), Zari or silk, Shattir (with Georgette).

(Source: Banarasi)

Check out the following online sites:
a) Baranasi Saree
b) Kalanjali
c) Parisera




Chanderi sari is a traditional sari made in Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh, India. They are soft, glossy and woven in cotton or silk. The tissue silk results in the see-through sarees! There are various patterns in the sarees like narrow border, broad border etc.

Check out the following online sites:
a) Aavaranaa
b) Indian Roots
c) Parisera


Lugade (Nauvari)

Lugade (Nauvari)

A "Lugade" is a nine yard Maratha sari. This nine yard sari is generally worn by elderly Hindu women. Nowadays, it's considered as a fashion statement for younger generation, especially for traditional days in colleges and weddings!
Maharashtrian nauvari Saree has a unique way of wearing, It is worn without petticoat and in kaccha style.

Check out the Jijamata nauvari poly silk sarees!

Narayan Peth

Narayan Peth saree is very much popular in and around Solapur district of Maharashtra, India. It is the favourite for the women of this district. It is a traditionally Maharashtrian saree that weaves mainly in this district only. Narayan Peth saree is made of silk fabric.
You can check following store:
Kasat Exclusive