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Banarasi or Benarasi Weaving is one of the oldest and most versatile weaving clusters in the Indian Subcontinent. Zari & Brocade textiles are the specialties of Banaras. The saris of Banaras are named after the motifs – shikargarh, ada bel (foliage motifs), kalga (floral) and more. Banarasi saris are also woven in different materials – Pure Silk (Katan), Organza (Kora) and Georgettes.<br>Sari, Saree or Sadis as they are known in different parts of India are a must have for every Indian…

~ Cordovan and Red Brocade Fabric from Banaras with Woven Flowers and Zari Weave by Hand - Pure Silk Handloom Brocade, Weaver Kasim Family of Banaras

Kalki Koechlin busks for the weavers of India - As an ode to the various weaves of Banaras, Kalki’s turban is a georgette fabric with Banarsi brocade zari in ‘asharfi’ (gold coin) pattern. The sari is an organza brocade and the skinny pants are made from ‘Kataan’ silk The sari, skinny pants and turban is courtesy of the archives of Indian Textile Company Pvt. Ltd. From

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Deep green raw silk mixed with faux georgette lehenga choli in a pattern of fish-tail designed with antique sequins, stones, zari and resham work. Embroidered choli and dupatta is enhancing the look of this indian traditional outfit. (It can be customized as shown upto 48 inches, but for above 40 inches extra charges will be applicable . Slight colour variation possible)