Collection: Artisan Corner

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Embrace the timeless allure of pure Indian sarees, a symbol of grace and elegance. Our collection features a captivating array of South Indian sarees, meticulously crafted for weddings and special occasions. Experience the rich heritage of Pattu sarees, the resplendent charm of Gadwal sarees, and the exquisite beauty of Pochampally sarees. Elevate your traditional style with these handpicked masterpieces, each weaving a tale of tradition and craftsmanship. Explore our range of pure sarees and indulge in the allure of Indian ethnic fashion.

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Gadwal silk sarees, woven traditionally in the Gadwal village of Mahabubnagar District, Telangana, are renowned for their intricate zari woven borders. These sarees, also known as Banarasi silk sarees, can be purchased online and are particularly popular in South India, along with Kanchipuram silk sarees and handloom pattu sarees.

The Gadwal silk saree stands out with its lightly designed body adorned with elegant buttas all over, and it is highly durable due to the colors used in the weaving process. Additionally, these sarees are known for their lightweight nature and feature admirable zari patterns, well-crafted Kuttu borders, and pallus. The sarees showcase a fine cotton field that is woven separately and later interlocked with borders and pallu made of pure silk.

Pochampally sarees Originate from the pochampally village. These sarees are also famously called ikkat Pochampally sarees.

Ikkat, a special tie & dye technique, involves dyeing silk threads before weaving them into a saree, resulting in unique and beautiful designs. By strategically placing differently colored silk threads both vertically and horizontally, skilled artisans create mesmerizing patterns on these sarees.

The intricate craftsmanship and dedication involved in weaving an Ikkat Pochampally Silk saree, often taking up to seven days with two artisans working continuously, elevate its value significantly compared to machine-made artificial sarees.

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