Tharmapuram Sarees

Tharmapuram sarees are very different from any other regular saree. Silk as a material is very rich and is not used very often in regular clothing. Silk has its own charm that nobody can deny. However, buying a kanjeevaram saree from anywhere and everywhere can crash all your dreams and land you in despair. You might end up spending a lot only to realize later that the quality was poor.

So kanjeevaram saree is not really an expenditure but an investment. The spectacular ensemble has the power to empower you with the confidence to walk the road like you’re walking the red carpet!With so many designs and options available today you can get spoilt for choice and it becomes difficult to narrow down on something you’ll want to splurge on but with some stunning options that offer great quality or material, you can be sure that your divalicious moments are just around the corner.

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Originally a 9 yard weave, Kanjivaram is now usually available in a 6 yard length. With the evolution of designs, everyone is now spoilt for choice. Whether it is new brides or Bollywood A-listers, the kanjeevaram is quite a hit among Indian ladies for all the right reasons. Awe-inspiring, royalty personified and truly Indian, this saree is a must-have in everyone’s wardrobe. Why not? It oozes class from every weave because the colours, the designs, the craftsmanship, the material, everything is just fit for a royal Indian queen!Kanchi cotton sarees tend to have a plain body with standard striped style borders and pallu. These are very comfortable for summers – as well as everyday work wear. Their weaving technique is similar – to quite an extent – to that of weaving silk drapes – but overall fabric yarn and zari usage make them quite pocket friendly. These sarees are extremely strong and durable – and are much loved by women across India, especially the Southern states for everyday as well as work wear. They are so easy to maintain that they remain bright and vibrant, even after multiple washes at home.

Pure mulberry silk is used by master craftsmen in Kanchipuram to weave every one of these gorgeous silks. The yarns are first dipped in rice water, and then sun-dried. This process makes the yarn thicker and stiffer – lending it strength and texture. The thread is then interlocked with a thin silver wire/ zari yarn, followed by a gold thread or zari – and thence begins the process. The fabric, thus produced, is extremely durable and strong, especially when the metallic yarn is used aplenty. However this can make the saree as heavy as up to 2 kilos – plus quite expensive, especially when yarns in real silver, gold (yes, that’s still done) or (gold plated copper) are used!