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                                            Confluence of colours - Ganga Jamuna Sarees

Ganga Jamuna cotton sarees and Ganga Jamuna silk sarees are popular as Maharashtra saris since the name is supposed to have been derived from the Bollywood film Ganga Jamuna of Dilip Kumar – Vyjanthimala fame, which are also are the names of the two holy rivers of India held sacred by Hindus in India and meet at a point. This name of the sari became popular as they are designed in two colors, with matching characteristics. Sometimes they have a border or pallu having two opposite colors. They are designed in fabrics like cotton, silk or mix of cotton and silk. Indian Ganga Jamuna cotton sarees are well known for their contrast embroidery works with kundans, mirrors, sequins and beads adorning them. Stylish prints are quite fascinating over Ganga Jamuna saris.p>

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Unnati Silks is known for its awesome collection of Indian ethnic sarees and salwar kameez since three decades. It has an envious range of 300 + varieties that covers almost all the known traditional varieties in India, has a deep knowledge of fabrics and fashion and a direct involvement with master weavers of traditional hubs across India.

It has been able to provide the market with quality weaves in silk, cotton, sico, jute, art silks and other fabric materials because of its involvement and understanding of tastes -traditional and trending, at attractive prices, wholesale and retail.

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There are a lot of fusion sarees that incorporate the attractive features of different traditional varieties keeping in mind modern patterns and designs so that both quality of the weave and the liking for the current is simultaneously met. These Ganga Jamuna sarees have two characteristic features. There is a use of two matching colours across the saree and the border is an attractive contrast to them. The south handloom cottons, Odisha handlooms, Bengal cottons, Rajasthan handlooms, known for their soft texture and smooth appearance are good choices for the Ganga Jamuna sarees. Take a look at these versions. Peach colour Sambalpuri tie and dye silk saree has ikkat patola woven all over with naksi ikkat patola weaving cream borders on either side. The pallu has a floral ikkat patola cream colour weave which makes this rich extravaganza very much suitable for weddings and parties. You have a black and teal blue pure handloom Pochampally silk tie and dye saree with ikkat patola weaving diagonal lines all over and black borders on either side. Ikkat patola weaving on the black colour designer pallu complements the stunning picture making it very apt for those exclusive occasions.

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Unnati silks, largest ethnic online Indian shop offers exquisite designer Ganga Jamuna sarees with matching blouse for sale. The Online shopping store has the widest range of ethnic Indian Sarees and Salwar Kameez. At Unnati Silks, you can buy online unique, fancy, exclusive collection of Traditional, Wedding,bridal attire, stylish, party, trendy fashion, formal, corporate, office, daily casual saris in silk, cotton, sico, art silk georgette, chiffon, dupion, tussar, organza, crepe, gicha, jute and other fabric varieties at attractive prices. You can purchase online at Unnati silks and the products will be dispatched within 24 working hours of placing the order. We have free shipping and Cash on Delivery (COD) facility for Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Ernakulam, Lucknow, Jaipur, Patna, Bhubaneshwar, Chandigarh and many other Indian cities. We also do Worldwide express shipping to countries like UK in cities like London, Leicester, Canada in cities like Ottawa, Quebec, USA in cities like New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, South Africa, Seychelles, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, Bahrain, UAE, Qatar, Oman, Dubai, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Myanmar, Mauritius, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives, and Bhutan, Grenada, Jamaica, Saint Lucia and many more.