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Buy Traditional Indian Sarees Online at IndiaEmporium.com

Saree or sari is the most graceful women’s garment of them all. A fashion that’s probably as old as time itself, traditional Indian sarees have more than 100 ways of draping and are the preferred choice of most Indian brides even today.

India Emporium boasts myriad types of regional Indian sarees like Kanjeevaram, Banarasi, Bhagalpuri Silk, Tant, Sambalpuri, Bandhani, Paithani, Pochampally, Gadwal, Venkatagiri, Chanderi and more. Over the years these sarees have evolved and have become the ultimate symbol of elegance and sophistication not just in India but also abroad.

These traditional handloom sarees mostly come in silk fabric and some of them come in cotton fabric too. Known for their beautiful texture, fine thread counts, intricate embroidery, threadwork, border work, traditional motifs and patterns, they reflect true Indian culture, heritage and craftsmanship.

If you’re looking for light casual traditional sarees, we’ve got a huge range for you to choose from. We also have a vast collection of traditional bridal sarees and designer sarees that you can wear on wedding functions or festivities. These sarees are a beautiful option for your wedding trousseau as well. They’re available in different colors like red, maroon, magenta, golden, green, white etc.

Go The Whole Nine Yards And Dazzle Them All

There are some clothes that show skin and are often considered not classy enough, but there are some clothes which might show skin, but can only be categorised as sensual. The saree just happens to be one such attire that sits perfectly in the second category. It is actually surprising to see that a simple piece of fabric, when draped properly can create a silhouette that could inspire poets and artists and make even a simple woman look stunning.

References of the saree can be found in the ancient scriptures of India – in Sanskrit, the word shaati and in Pali, the word shaadi can be seen multiple times, and it is probably a corruption of these words that has become the saree of today. In addition, the saree has existed in some form or the other, in almost every part of the country, as well as the Indian subcontinent; only the style of draping varies. Today, you can find the saree in so many different avatars that your mind would probably be left completely boggled.     

Walk into a saree store and you will find so many options that you might feel lost – from a myriad colours to fabrics, patterns and prints, the world of the saree has expanded beyond comprehension. But the best part is that no matter what the occasion, you will be able to find a saree that works just perfectly. Let’s say, you are looking for a simple saree that you can wear for a small family gathering, a cotton saree with a gold border will work great. Imagine the family is a lot bigger and there are going to be a lot more people, you can switch to an art silk saree, which looks grand, but is actually quite easy to carry.

For an office party or a social gathering, there can be nothing better than a party wear saree in easy breezy materials such as chiffon or georgette. When these sarees have been embellished with stone work or embroidery, they look so much grander, while maintaining that quintessential elegant charm. And if it is a wedding that you are shopping for, then you need to have a Banarsi or Kanjivaram silk saree, because nothing states traditional more than the traditional silks of our country. In case the wedding is a South Indian one, you could always consider a Kerala kasavu saree with work done on the borders and pallu.

A saree might be just a piece of fabric, but when it is draped around a woman and accessorised to the T, there is no attire better!

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