Latest collection of Indian sarees online at jyotisareemandir

by Aarushi Reddy studant

Jyoti Saree Mandir is a very famous online platform for women who love to wear different types of sarees. They are very famous for Gadwal, ikkat and pattu sarees. Gudwal sarees are most notable for the best zari work. These sarees are very popular and are made of cotton with silk pallu, rich border, and gold or silver zari brocades.

The fabric of these sarees is traditionally woven in the interlocked-weft technique called kuttu. These are usually colored in traditional earth shades of brown, grey and off white. These sarees can be worn in offices, during traditional meetings, small functions, and inaugural parties, etc.

Ikkat silk sarees are also in demand these days. Ikkat is basically a technique in which the weaver prepares the pattern of colours on the finished fabric by wrapping sections of the yarn with threads before dipping it in colourful dyes.

Ikkad printed sarees have excellent artistic traditional motifs of animals, birds, flowers, leafs, mythological characters and geometrical patterns like diamonds, circles, squares, lines, etc. These sarees are trending and high in fashion on a variety of fabrics like pure cotton, silk, georgette, super net, crepe, etc and can be worn on almost all occasions.

Pattu sarees are trending these days. These sarees are made of silk fabric that is produced in Southern India. These are woven into various patterns and designs. They are a fusion of traditional as well as contemporary designs like triangles, dots woven on the border. These sarees can be worn in social gatherings like birthday parties, formal parties, weddings, prewedding functions and inaugural functions.

Do you want to make your wardrobe more colorful?

Visit and you can easily find an unlimited collection of Gudwal, Ikkat pattu sarees.

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