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Traditional Saree

Chic and Miraculous collection of Tradition Saree is displaying its Authentic Charm. This ensemble is the amazing way to make you speechless from others. Exclusive collection is superbly crafted on art, pure, brasso georgette, velvet, tissue, brocade, viscose and satin base. Mind blowing ensemble is adorned with blooming sequins creepers, cutdana, beads, value added stones, kundan, shiny jari, gleaming resham embroidery, hand crafted floral motifs, gold print, silver print, lace, patch work and applique work. Wedding SareesSilk Sarees and Banarasi Sarees are a good blend of tradional Indian Sari. ADD A TOUCH OF TRADITION WITH THIS PRODIGIOUS & UNBELIEVABLE COLLECTION.

9 Item(s)

  • Marvelous Stone Work Saree

    SKU : SIW50105

    Marvelous Stone Work Saree

  • Tempting Jacquard Pallu Part Saree

    SKU : SIW62012

    Tempting Jacquard Pallu Part Saree

  • Flattering Green-Pink Saree

    SKU : SPBS1010

    Flattering Green-Pink Saree

  • Enchanting Pink Saree

    SKU : SPBB1006

    Enchanting Pink Saree

  • Graceful Cotton Silk Saree

    SKU : SPBY1004

    Graceful Cotton Silk Saree

  • Vivacious Black Saree

    SKU : SPBY1009

    Vivacious Black Saree

  • Conspicious Green Saree

    SKU : SPBM1003

    Conspicious Green Saree

  • Remarkable Grey-Pink Saree

    SKU : SPBM1005

    Remarkable Grey-Pink Saree

  • Enchanting Banarasi Saree

    SKU : SPBM1008

    Enchanting Banarasi Saree


9 Item(s)

Bridal sarees what is in nowadays

The Indian saree is said to be as old as the medieval times. The best part about this 6 yard long unstitched cloth is that is still in fashion. It has not eloped like many old medieval things. The way the saree was worn may have changed but still the traditional saree is here to stay!

If seen, saree is nothing but a 6 to 9 yard long cloth that is draped in manner to make a skirt and a stole out of it. Most common way of draping a saree is to tuck it from one corner and make some pleats in the front and then putting the rest on the left shoulder as a stole, which is called the ‘palla’ or ‘pallu’. There are many different ways of draping a saree, dhoti style, ‘seedha palla’ style, ‘ulta palla style’, ‘Bengali style’. Not only that, the traditional sarees print and cloth texture changes from region to region. For instance the Bengali ladies love wearing cotton sarees while the ladies in down south love to wear silk sarees. Assamese have their saree divided into two parts and is called a ‘makhela’.

Through the different types of sarees and different ways of draping it you can make out the diversity in our Indian culture. Isn’t it intimidating, makes you want to go to the places to add these traditional sarees to your collection. But it is not possible every time! Well, need not worry as at Bharat plaza the online store we have placed the collection. We have tried to put together the best collection from all over India so, that you need not go anywhere else to shop for it. You can shop all the traditional sarees at one place. We present to you a Indian online shopping store that caters for everything that you are looking for.