Different Saree Types

Gayathri Fashions is one step solution for most of the trending designer sarees as followed:

  • Banarasi Silk Saree
  • Chanderi Sarees
  • Chiffon Saree
  • Georgette Saree
  • Kanjeevaram Silk Sarees
  • Muga Silk Saree
  • Organza Saree
  • Raw Silk Saree
  • Satin Saree
  • Tissue Saree
  • Tussar Silk Sarees

Banarasi Silk Saree

Banarasi Silk Saree from Uttar Pradesh. These are one of the expensive Saree in India. They are made in the Varanasi region of Uttar Pradesh. The sarees are one of the finest sarees in India and are known for zari work, fine silk, and embroidery.

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Chanderi Sarees

Chanderi types of Sarees From Madhya Pradesh. These types of Sarees are made in and around the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh. It is made of silk, Chanderi cotton, and cotton silk. They are expensive sarees known for their zari work and embroidery.

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Chiffon Saree

Chiffon is primarily made from silk or synthetic fibers like nylon, rayon and polyester. This fabric is most commonly used to weave sarees. Sarees made of chiffon are extremely fashionable among Indian women.

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Cotton Handloom Sarees

Handloom saris are a traditional textile art of Bangladesh and India. The production of handloom saris are important for economic development in rural India.

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Georgette Saree

Georgette fabric is a lightweight, semi-sheer cloth with a grainy feel. Strong and tear-resistant, it is easily dyed in any colors and is one of the most popular fabrics for printing. Georgette cloth is woven in highly twisted yarns, which makes it slightly rough to the touch.

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Kanjeevaram Silk Sarees

Kanjeevaram Silk Sarees are made in the Kanchipuram region of Tamilnadu. They are quite popular in southern India as one of the finest Sarees.

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Muga Silk Saree

As the name describes, this type of Sarees are made in Assam. The silk is known for its extreme durability and has a natural yellowish-golden tint with a shimmering, glossy texture. It was previously reserved for the use of royalty.

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Organza Saree

Organza sarees, which is also known as Kora silk saree. Organza silk saree as the name suggests is crafted from a unique fabric known as organza. It is a lightweight, plain weave, sheer fabric that is made from silk.

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Raw Silk Saree

Raw silk, which is popularly known as ‘Paat’ in Eastern India, ‘Resham’ in Urdu and Hindu dialect, and ‘Pattu’ in the southern pockets of India, is the most natural form of delicate fiber which can get easily and smoothly woven into different fabrics and garments.

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Satin Saree

Did you know that Satin was prevalent during the Middle Ages and was actually a weave derived from silk? Satin was a very expensive fabric and therefore it was bought by the wealthy.

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Tissue Saree

Tissue sarees are one of the most delicate and feminine forms of sarees. They are so named because they are woven with extremely fine threads of silk that lend it the appearance and texture of tissue paper.

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Tussar Silk Sarees

ussar Silk Sarees from Bhagalpuri. Bhagalpuri silk Sarees as the name suggest are made in and around Bhagalpur region of Bihar. Bhagalpur has numerous mulberry orchards to grow Bhagalpur (or Tussar) silk.

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