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Off white banarasi silk saree with peach border

13,250
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Green banarasi silk saree with orange border

13,250
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Purple benarasi silk saree

14,850
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Magenta benarasi silk saree with mustard border

13,250
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Red benarasi silk saree with mustard border

14,250
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Violet banarasi silk saree with temple border

13,250
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Mustard banarasi silk saree

14,850
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Blue banarasi silk saree with magenta border

13,250
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Rose banarasi raw silk saree with antique zari border

14,250
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Baby pink linen banarasi saree with silver border

12,300
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Peach checked banarasi saree with zari border

16,850
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Dual shade pink and rose raw silk banarasi saree

14,250
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Red checked banarasi saree with zari border

16,850
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Azure blue banarasi silk saree with silver zari

23,500
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Magenta banarasi saree with paithani border

22,850
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Green banarasi raw silk saree with antique zari border

14,250
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Magenta pure banarasi silk saree with silver border

26,750
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Light weight soft banarasi saree in pale green

5,650
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Light orange pure banarasi silk saree with meenakari work

24,500
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Pastel sea green banarasi saree with silver zari

16,850
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Light rose banarasi silk saree with silver zari

19,300
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Green banarasi silk with a gold bhuttas and contrast pallu

11,210
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Greenish blue kora banarasi silk saree

10,850
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Light pink kora banarasi silk saree

9,350

Banaras originally is another name for the holy city of Varanasi. Benaras or Banaras is a common reference and the set of sarees that were woven originally in Varanasi came to be known as Banarasi silks. They are known for their zari and brocade designs inspired from the Mughal times. Banarasi sarees stand as a proof of time when the Mughal arts such as weaving, dyeing, design creation, and the grandeur of attire conglomerated with the silk clothing culture of the Indian sub-continent between the fourteenth and the seventeenth century. So the simplest of banarasi silks are also bound to be exquisite.

These are exquisite finely woven silk meted with rich motifs, metallic visual effects, jal and mina work that we are talking about. So get into the mood for some banarasi saree online shopping or if you are in Chennai, just don’t put it off for later but buckle up for a visit to The S studio !