6 Different Types of South Indian Silk Sarees

Kanchipuram Silk Considered the mother of silk, Kanchipuram silk has a sacred sentiment attached to it, since it is believed to have been first woven by the Sage Markandeya for the Gods themselves. Undoubtedly the classic and the finest of all South indian Sarees. Chettinad Silk Chettinad silk are the answer to not-so-stiff and crisp silk sarees that are heavy to carry and a tiring affair to maintain. Coming from ...Continue Reading

A Story of The linen Fibre

As tender as the name and as strong as the flax plant from which it is made, comes the classic ‘Linen’ fibre that is used to make a wide range of garments from sarees, shirts, crop tops, kurtas and an endless range of preferred light-weight clothes. Genetically, linen fabrics are those that are woven or knitted in classic patterns so that the material allows the end-product to be thin yet ...Continue Reading