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Buy Sarees Online from India

Get the latest sarees from Saree Outlet – The Feminist store that present you the modern collection to buy saris online from. You can buy all the latest style from lehenga sarees, half and half, Kanchipuram etc. you can get different type of work on your sari like Zari, Resham, Cutdana, sequins, embroidery to different type of printed sarees with abstract, geometric, paisley print etc. We offer Saree for every occasion from wedding to casual wear. Our Indian wear collection is not just stylish but also include designer sarees from various designers in India. Online Saree shopping is quick, easy and fun because of the best Indian wear website Saree Outlet from where the world can buy saree online. To explain different sarees in brief as you buy saree online:

TYPES OF SAREES

The saree is worn as a traditional outfit of women in India. The word saree is derived from the word Satyarthi’s captivating yet decorous outfit was originated from southern of India. The acceptability of the saree is such that every women from different parts of the world from varied cultures and traditions are also taking an effective concern towards it. It is an exceptionally varied outfit. There are different categories of sarees depending upon different regions and places in India, such as-

EASTERN STYLES-

1.Sambalpuri saree, Sambalpur, Orissa- These sarees are from Sambalpur,Orissa.The cotton fibre, Yarn is dyed in a design .These sarees have special palla with Kathan border. These are handloom silk sarees made according to ancient traditions. The cotton fibres fabric when once colored, it cannot be bleached again and the cloth may get withered from time but the color stays the same.

 2.Ikkat Silk & Cotton, Bargarh Orissa- Ikkat sarees are found in Orissa. The Ikkat tradition of Orissa is the process of tye-and-dye. Then weaving the yarn to produce alluring designs in various hues. The motifs so drawn are done with help of threads in silk and gold. The ikkat process is called 'Bandha" in Orissa and the ikkat sarees as patan patola.

 3.Tangail cotton, Bangladesh- Tangail is a city in north central of Bangladesh. It is a handloom and cotton-weaving centres. These sarees are woven by using jacquard. A sort of finishing by putting starch is done while weaving cotton yarn. A paper finish appearance is a surface texture.

 4.Jamdani, Bangladesh-It is a fine handwoven cotton fabric made in Bangladesh. Jamdani is the ancient cloth making technique with muslin. It is the most costly product of dhaka, Bangladesh. It is the most labor intensive form of weaving cotton fabric with muslin.

 5.Rajashahi Silk, Bangladesh-One of finest& delicate fabrics produced in Bangladesh. The fiber is produced from shell of silkworms which are covered with protein called sericin. Rajashahi fabric is most desirable in Bangladesh, India and across the globe.

 
6.Tussar silk, Bihar-These sarees are considered auspicious. Special variety of silk, as the cocoons are raised on Arjun and Sal trees. These come in varied range of colors and decorated in various motifs.

 7.Mooga silk, Assam- It is the national dress of Assamese. This silk is the product of silkworm. The larvae feeds on som and sualu leaves. The silk produced is glossy and fine texture. This silk cannot be bleached or dyed and can be hand washed.

 8.Tant, Bengali cotton, Shantipur West Bengal- Bengali cotton sarees are called Tant sarees. These sarees are worn by the mass. It's hand to machine woven and comes in various bright colors with decorative borders.

 9.Baluchari silk, West Bengal-These sarees comes in sober colors with silk brocade designs on palla and border. It takes a lot  of time and hard labor to weave baluchari.  Firstly, the silk worms are reared. Then processed and dyed in various colors.

 10.Berhampur silk, Brahmpur, Orissa- This city is called silk city. The saree so designed in Brahmpur is called Berhampuri patto.

 NORTHERN STYLES-

 1.Banarsi, Uttar Pradesh- These sarees are manufactured in Banaras in Uttar Pradesh. It is woven out of silk and with golden embroidery along the border and over the saree. There are four categories for this saree-pure silk(katan0,organa(kora) with zari or silk ,georgette and shattir. Each saree takes 15 days to six months depending upon the designs and work.

 2.Shalu, Uttar Pradesh- It is a saree from Uttar Pradesh, similar to banarsi saree. It is also woven using a silk thread. It is not so common in the masses only the native women of Uttar Pradesh wear it.

 3.Tanchoi, Uttar Pradesh- It is an elegant and discursive weaving technique  in northern India. It was originally brought from China. Three brothers brought this technique from china with the last name"CHOI". Therefore, this technique is called "three chois'(Tan-three,Choi-brothers),Tanchoi.The weaving technique employs several silk yarns. Similar to brocades it is also woven with set of colorful silk yarn. It is one of the technical and complex meaning technique as it involves one or two wrap and two to five weft colors in the same shed.

 WESTERN STYLES

 1.Paithani, Maharashtra- It is the famous silk saree of Maharashtra. It is hand woven saree with alluring colours, designs and it is quite labor intensive. It is made of silk in various hues with gold embroidery. Modern paithani sarees have silver threads coated with gold and are used to make a saree instead of gold threads. Types of designs-

a) Asavali (wine and flowers),
b) akruti (square flowers),
c) narli (coconut form),
d) Runi phul (a kind of flower),
e) kalas paldi (a petal form).

 2.Bandhani, Gujrat & Rajasthan- These sarees are quite in vogue and popular for their vibrant colors and beautiful designs. The word Bandhani is derived from the Hindi word Bandhana which means tying. The cloth is tied at several places, then the saree is dyed in a different color as that of the saree's original color. To make more colors and designs the saree is tied again with thread.

 3.Kota doria,Rajasthan- Kota is a small district in Rajasthan. The dorias are fine woven fabrics with a special type of chick pattern in the weaving called khat. These sarees are light weight and easy to handle. This fabric is super transparent and stable fabric.

 4.Lugade, Maharashtra- This saree is from Maharashtra. Its Hindu women’s dress which is full 9 yards. It is 42 to 45 inches in width and has two length wise borders Kanth or kinar and 2 breadth wise borders Padar at the two ends, of which one is more decorated than the other.

5.Patola, Gujarat- Patan, a place in Gujarat is famous for patola sarees. These sarees are handmade sarees which are created in patan. These sarees are prepared with handlooms and are generally hand woven by the people of Gujarat. There are 2 types of patola sarees-

a) Rakot Patola-Vertically died (single Ikat)
b) Patan Patola-Horizontally dyed (double ikat)

 CENTRAL STYLES

 1.Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh- Chanderi Saree is made of cotton. Border of chanderi sarees are narrow or broad and the palla is woven with gold thread or zari. It is woven in cotton and silk. Chanderi silk fabric is light weight and of 3 types-

 a)Narrow border-A plain Saree with a narrow border and zari work
 b)Broader border-Saree with broader border are decorated with silk embellishments woven into small geometrical designs.
 c)Wide border-It’s called Do-Chashnee which has wide border with light colored silk yarn in satin weaving.

 2.Maheshwari, Madhya Pradesh-The motifs on these sarees have been derived from the carving on the temple built by rani ahilya bai holkar.
weaving is done with geometric designs with no motifs on the saree. Weaving is done with fine silk yarn and cotton weft. Sarees are plain or have stripes or checks of varied varieties e.g. of Maheshwari sarees are Chandrakala and the baingani Chandrakala.

 3.Kosa silk, Chhattisgarh-It’s a type of saree produced in central India(Chhattisgarh).Kosa silk is produced from cocoons grown on arjun, seja or sal tress. Its popular for its softness and elegance. The sarees are available in a range of colors, patterns, block prints, painted or embroided sarees.

 SOUTHERN STYLES

 1.Kanjivaram, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu- It’s called the most well-known among Indian silk sarees. It’s the famous saree of Tamil people. Kanjivaram saree got its name from the town Kanchipuram a town in Tamil nadu. It’s made of heavy silk called kanjivaram silk which is very durable that can be washed at home. It’s the thickest than all other silks therefore most expensive. The heavier the saree the more the price.

2.Pochampalli Silk, Andhra Pradesh- These sarees are woven in ponchampally a small town in Andhra Pradesh. Saree is hand woven with cotton and silk fabric. The ikkat weaving involves the yarn to be dyed first with each strand dyed based on design to be made. This method is like the Tie and dye method.

 3.Vankatgiri, Andhra Pradesh- These sarees have graceful gold strands all over the saree. These sarees are available in cotton and silk with pure silver, zari and brocade design all over the border. These sarees are in off white colors and with dull golden motifs.