Kanchi Pattu Sarees- A poetry in silkby Aarushi Reddy studant
If you are looking forward to buying some beautiful traditional silk sarees but don’t have much knowledge and idea about traditional Indian fashion, then the best thing for you is to get some information about Kanchi Pattu Sarees. Kanchi sarees hails from the most popular city of Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. The city is famous for its best quality silk. The bylanes of this town give the evidence of the hard work undertaken by the weavers to create this incredibly splendid saree.
The main material used in the making of these traditional sarees are pure silk zari also known as golden and silver threads, and beautiful enchanting colourful and traditional dyes. These soft silk sarees are very precious to south Indian women and form an important part of South Indian marriages. These sarees fit on all occasions and suits women of all ages, colour and religion, these are an essential part of every Indian Bride’s closet. Mothers treasure these sarees for their daughter’s marriage and they, in turn, pass them to their next generation.
Kanchi and Pattu sarees were worn by queens and princesses during the reign of famous Chola King ‘Krishnadevaranga’ who greatly encouraged the trade of silk during his rule. These sarees are evergreen and are highly sought after across India, Asia and neighbouring countries. Their absolute perfection attracts women from all over the globe. The beautiful gold and silver zari work is the most exquisite feature. The gold and silver thread are woven on premium quality silk fabric.
Kanchi Pattu silk sarees are usually thicker and best quality sarees. The heavier the silk, the better the quality and higher the demand. Peacock designs are usually seen on these sarees, and other geometric patterns and designs are other features.
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