A Saree is a five to nine yards piece of garment adorned by every single woman in India. As we all know, India has a culture like no other country. Despite all the diversity, almost every part of this country is blessed with larger than life heritage and rich culture. And if we talk about Sarees, they are the most essential and basic piece of garment which is worn in every part of India. As the festive season in going on and the first clothing item that comes into almost every Indian woman’s mind is Saree, Right? We have compiled a list of 20 types of Sarees that every woman should have in her wardrobe. It may differ in designs or embroidery but that basic pattern should always be like this.
- Types Of Sarees In A Woman’s Wardrobe-
- 1. A Kevasu Saree
- 2. A Chanderi Silk Saree
- 3. A Chikankari Saree
- 4. A Banarasi Silk Saree
- 5. A Zari Work Saree
- 6. A Kanjeevaram Silk Saree
- 7. A Bhagalpuri Silk Saree
- 8. A Kota Jali Saree
- 9. A Jamdani Saree
- 10. A Tant/Cotton Saree
- 11. A Kaashtha Saree
- 12. A Kosa Saree
- 13. A Bandhani Saree
- 14. A Rajasthani Leheriya Saree
- 15. A Patola Saree
- 16. A Venkatagiri Saree
- 17. A Gota Patti Saree
- 18. A Mangalgiri Cotton Saree
- 19. A Pochampally Ikat Saree
- 20. A Embroidered Net Saree
Types Of Sarees In A Woman’s Wardrobe-
1. A Kevasu Saree
These Sarees are made with 9 yards of fine cloth to give utmost simplicity, elegance and class to your presence. These kind of Sarees resemble with Kesavu Sarees famous from Kerala. They are basically made with a solid color with golden border.
2. A Chanderi Silk Saree
These Sarees are traditionally from Chadneri, Madhya Pradesh, Saree that is produced using pure silk, cotton and zari. With perfect blend of luxe, quality and outstanding prints, Chanderi Sarees are amongest the finest Sarees India has ever made.
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3. A Chikankari Saree
Like the name suggests, Chikankari is all about embroidery, chikan means embroidery. This artfully done embroidery work is delicate and the pure definition of beauty and is exclusively available in Lucknow.
4. A Banarasi Silk Saree
Banarasi silk Sarees are brilliant in these beautiful mix feasts. Their marvelous colors, sheen and texture are something which is enough to give you everyday wear arguments as well as festive vibe.
5. A Zari Work Saree
These types of Sarees are made from pure gold threads and craftsmen put much efforts to make them. Zari Sarees are simple yet very stylish. So this Diwali get yourself dolled up in a Zari work Saree.
6. A Kanjeevaram Silk Saree
Kanjeevaram Sarees are made with utmost care by the craftsman living in that town, Bangalore. The silk which is being used to process the Saree is one of the finest and durable silks, which is why it is considered one of the most popular silks in Tamil Nadu.
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7. A Bhagalpuri Silk Saree
These types of Sarees are woven and created in a small town called Bhagalpur in Bihar. Add this beautiful to your traditional Saree collection and look Patakha this Diwali season.
8. A Kota Jali Saree
These types of Sarees has elements which are organic and done manually. And buy yourself some prints which give you a little modern vibe, like the Saree in the picture.
9. A Jamdani Saree
This type of Sarees are made with one of the finest muslin textiles in Bengal and is an integral part of a Bengal’s wedding wear. Jamdani is also rich in motifs with figure and flower patterns as well as embroidered borders.
10. A Tant/Cotton Saree
If you want to wear the best cotton Sarees then, West Bengal is the place for you. Kolkata is the best place to purchase these crisp cotton fantasies which is commonly known there as Tant. Tant Sarees are stiffly starched and thus don’t possess an easy flowing attitude as silk or georgette.
11. A Kaashtha Saree
These sarees are also referred to as Nauvari is the traditional Marathi style of sari, a single nine yard sari that is worn very similar to the Maharashtrian dhoti.
12. A Kosa Saree
These types of Sarees are available in different colors, patterns and designs. Kosa silk produced from larvae of several species of silkworms in Chhattisgarh.
13. A Bandhani Saree
Bandhani is a tie dye textile process and the technique,variety and colour used in Bandhana are highly decorated. Bandhani Sarees are being sold all over India, especially during the festive and wedding seasons.
14. A Rajasthani Leheriya Saree
Lehariya Sarees are popular tie and dye art that works with wave pattern. Vibrant and bright, Lehariya Sarees are a burst of colors and they are pride of Rajasthani culture.
15. A Patola Saree
Patola Saree is a double ikat Saree from silk in Patan of Gujarat. These sarees are most popular and very expensive, once worn only by royal and aristocratic families.
16. A Venkatagiri Saree
These types of Sarees are registered as one of the geographical indication from Telangana and are most notable for the best Zari on the saris. These saris have been popular and consists of cotton body with silk pallu.
17. A Gota Patti Saree
Gota Patti Sarees originated in Rajasthan. These sarees have Indian embroidery used extensively in wedding and formal clothes.
18. A Mangalgiri Cotton Saree
Mangalagiri Sarees and Fabrics are produced in Mangalagiri town of Guntur and registered as one of the best handicraft from Andhra Pradesh. Mangalagiri Sarees have the most characteristic features.
19. A Pochampally Ikat Saree
Pochampally Sarees are made of one of the ancient Ikat weaving with traditional geometric patterns. Air India cabin crew wear specially designed Pochampally silk Sarees.
20. A Embroidered Net Saree
These types of Sarees are made with a fabric with open spaces and come in different varieties. Different weaving patterns used for different kinds of netting.