Ample of people in India wears traditional clothes all of the day. Nowadays, India exports nearly all sorts of traditional attires throughout the planet. For traditional attires, diverse types of materials are utilised to manufacture traditional attires. Among the finest in vogue material is silk cloth, there are various dislike and liking according to areas of India. All these areas are famous for their silk material. South India experiences maximum growth in production of silk saris since long. This is because women from this area loves to wear traditional saree all daily. Kanjivaram is one of those famous saree from south Indian culture, it gets the name from the place Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. More than 25000 households are involved in creation of kanjivaram silk sarees. Kanjivaram saris have alluring and vibrant hues, creative layout on pallu and border make this Indian silk sarees stick out from the rest.
Another is gadwal silk saree are handmade and handmade product that reflects the ethnicity of the Gadwal area in Telangana. They are the most impressive saris and are unique with its alluring pattern, the body of saree is usually composed of cotton but it is a rich silk pallu with contrasting characters. Optimally silk sarees attract clients with its bright colour patterns. In Mysore silk sarees you will find an authentic gold edge in the entire sari, which represents the rich culture of Karnataka and are famous for symbol of sophistication and class. Bangalore saris as its name suggests has been developed from Bangalore. After the gold borders, such sarees gives many different thick exhilarating borders and gorgeous pallu particularly when they have contrast in colours.
Banaras has been an important center for weaving since long. Local women’s wear pure Banarasi silk saree which accompanies heavy work of zari, silver and gold threads but now it is outdated fashion. In the latest style people prefer to wear light work cotton silk saree. Together with the shift in trends heavy work is now replaced with lighter work and pristine Banarasi cloth can also be replaced with a mix of different fabrics. Banarasi sarees can be classified into four different varieties, namely katan pure silk, kora with zari and silk, georgette and shatter. Another know tradition is patola silk sarees, it comes from a little Town called Paten in the state of Gujarat. Patola sarees are made in beautiful colour combinations and consist of geometrical shapes in its layout. This sophistication and time-intensiveness is what makes Patola so precious and costly. Patola sarees are woven using dyed threads to make the design. The strings are dyed according to the pattern that are created on saris, the marks align when stitched, forming the pattern onto the cloth.