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Original Paithani Saree From Maharashtra

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Paithani Saree
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10800.00
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Paithani saree from Maharashtra
Design-Full body design by golden Butti & golden brocade border.
Size-6.2M with blouse piece


Paithani Saree
12000
10800.00
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Original Paithani Saree From Maharashtra

Pure silk & zari work

Original Paithani Saree
12000
10560.00
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Original Paithani Saree From Maharashtra


Pure silk & zari work

Paithani Saree
12000
10800.00

PAITHANI SAREE

Paithani sarees named after the famous Paithan town in Aurangabad, in the state of Maharashtra where the saree was first handmade. Present day the hub has been shifted to the Yeola town of Nashik, Maharashtra. They are the present largest manufacturers of Paithani Silks. Made from extremely fine silk threads, Paithani is considered as one of the most expensive hand woven saris in India. A symbol of the profound intellectual elites, the craft of weaving the sari was invented in 200 B.C. and flourished during the Satvahana era. In the ancient times, the Paithani sari was no less than an ornamental treasure and was paid for by the western travelers in gold and gems.

In the region of Maharashtra, till date gifting Paithani saris in a girl’s wedding trousseau is customary. Since this craft is mostly the creation of womenfolk, the mother passes this coveted heirloom on to her daughter and the tradition is passed on from one generation to another or so. Brides are considered to be a real all-rounder if they are well versed in the craft of Paithani embroidery in parts of Maharashtra where this handicraft is considered as a matter of family pride and prestige.

Paithani saris are said to be like a hand woven poetry in gold and silk. Till date, a real Paithani saree is completely hand woven with real silver or gold yarns and in pure silk. It is typically identified by the borders of an oblique and square design having a pallu with a peacock motif. These sarees are generally available in a kaleidoscope of colors and this effect is achieved by varying the weaves in different patterns. Sometimes, their designs are heavily inspired from the architecture of the Ajanta Caves. This fabric has gained immense popularity beyond the boundaries of Maharashtra and has managed to capture the hearts of people in India, U.S, U.K, and Australia, almost across the world.

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