TYPES OF SAREES IN SOUTH INDIAN WEDDINGS
Known for its traditions, South India is also home to rich craftsmanship which is seen by taking a look at their creation of such exceptional sari lines like Kanjeevaram, Mysore, Konrad and Pochampally Ikat. No matter how modern the brides are, any South Indian wedding is incomplete without these sarees. Let’s take a look at each one of them
- Chettinad Saree
Created in the Chettinad district of Tamil Nadu, is popular for its bold checks & stripes.
- Kancheepuram Saree
South Indian bridal sarees well known for its extemporary use of colour and motifs. The designing & fabrication of a Kanchipuram saree is a time consuming & arduous task (involves connecting of 3 different kinds of cloths –border, body & pallu to be woven together), which is what make it an expensive affair.
- Konrad Saree
Populary known as ‘Silk Temple Sari’ it is identified by wide borders & traditional motifs. The Jonard saree ends have spaced zari stripes.
- Mysore Saree
Mysore silk is created with a perfect mix of colours. Mysore saree completely marketed and sold by the Government of India as KSIC saris> Please look for hologram while buying, in-case you doubt its originality.
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