Silk Mark: Quality of Silk Fabrics by Silk Mark

Indian dresses and the silk thread are made for each other. It is one of the major sources of fibre for casual and celebratory clothing and attire. Indian women love to drape themselves in silk sarees be it a wedding, festival or any special occasion.   Silk - Queen of Textiles With the fashion industry advancing and galloping ahead every hour, very many varieties and forms of synthetic fabric have ...Continue Reading

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

Thai maasam – An auspicious beginning for the wedding season

As the music season dissolves into less frequent concerts and repertoires leading up to Shivarathri cultural programmes, what comes in between Margazhi and the Shivarathri spell is an interesting time of the year, that is the Tamil month of Thai, also called the wedding month. While margazhi paved the way for a reminder to be close to our cultural heritage and art forms, Thai is a strong reminder for us ...Continue Reading