[penci_button link="https://www.unnatisilks.com/kanchipuram-silk.html" icon="fa fa-address-book" icon_position="right" radius="2px" align="center" size="small" text_color="#fff" background="#600028" text_hover_color="#fff" hover_bgcolor="#a73e00" target="_blank"]Shop Now[/penci_button] You have mostly been accustomed to buying the pure handloom silks of Kanjeevaram or Kanchipuram. A recent addition to the vast collection of Handlooms at Unnati Silks is the Kanjeevaram silk cotton range in scintillating colors and endearing designs. Priced more affordably the designs and workmanship The Kanjeevaram silk cotton range of sarees As mentioned this range of Kanjeevarams is of silk cotton or sico.
- It has designs of flora and fauna mostly in the brocaded portions concentrated on the borders and Pallu (Pallav) or end-piece.
- Exquisite workmanship as usual it has the familiar temple design within, inclusion of both familiar and novel motifs, a good use of sparkling quality Zari that make each product as desirable as the next.
- The pricing is also such that it stays exclusive but affordable for a larger number of buyer
- Traditionally silk has been considered to pure and auspicious, to be worn on special occasions. Dictated by religious texts the handloom silk saree is prescribed for women to wear during religious rites, festivals and other auspicious occasions.
- Rich Handloom silks, a favourite with most women because of the rich look, their airy comfort and exclusiveness in price compared to other fabrics give the elated feeling.
- They are the ultimate in grandeur and no wedding or anniversary function is possible, even today, without the Silk ‘Pattu’ sarees being on display.
- The bride, the women in the family, relatives, guests who attend, all appear in their resplendent silk sarees of different varieties or traditional styles.
- Incorporations of designs, patterns, colours and adorning features like zardozi, ari, gota and other forms of embroidery, kundan work, mirror work, chamki work etc. enhance the rich-textured fabric.
- Costly pure silk sarees range from 15000 rupees upwards to touch a lakh and above. Most women jealously guardtheir purchases, wear them with caution and care, and display them only during exclusive occasions.