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Authentic Textiles Of Banaras

Pure Authentic textiles of Banaras, Uttar Pradesh

Pure Authentic Textiles Of Banaras- Banarasi Weaving Only At iTokri

The weave and textile of Banaras UP are made by the traditional artisans of India and consist of various patterns to choose from. Banaras is best known for its silk dress material that is a must-buy material for any occasion! It has a chic factor, which adds an elegant touch to your look!  Some girls and women even dream of wearing the Lehengas or Sarees made from the Banarasi weave in their wedding ceremonies too! This mainly includes Bengali women. The silver and gold brocade used with the zari and delicate silk make the Banarasi weave intricate pattern. Floral motifs, borders, jhallar etc., are duly printed on the dress material to give them a traditional and aesthetic look. Inspired by this, the traditional artisans have also created Banarasi weave cushion covers to make your room look royal and classic. The banarasi weave cushion covers will complement your other furniture in the room and instantly add a royal touch to it! The banarasi silk textile, banarasi crafts, banarasi prints cushion covers, banarasi suits online etc., are all subcategories of the materials. 

iTokri has included an extensive range of banarasi weave cushion covers in its online store so that you do not have to go anywhere else! iTokri is the one-stop destination for all the beautiful handicrafts, which at first glance, can make you fall in love! The banarasi brocade kinkhab cushion cover, special pure banarasi handwoven, pure silk dress material, Banarasi handwoven MUGA silk buti fabric, pure banarasi hand woven cutwork zari print dress material, etc. are all available in large quantity only at iTokri. Thus, to buy these beautiful banarasi textiles, you must shop at iTokri.

Other Handmade Items Only At iTokri

iTokri  handicraft store is the only Indian shopping platform with a large variety of superior handmade products at its store. From phulkari to pashmina, we have it all. The handwoven Indian traditional art and crafts is a must-buy product from our store. Apart from this, the texture, fabric and quality of the products are not hampered in any manner, and the customer gets the exact product as is shown on the online platform. The collection of Indian art and crafts includes  Bomkai Silk Weave,  Georgette Crafts,  Banarasi Saree,  Banarasi Dupatta,  Banarasi Silk Dress Material,  Banarasi Silk Stoles,  Georgette Dress Materials,  Dokra Jewellery Online,  Handloom Mangala Giri Dress Materials,  Bagh Print Dupattas,  Kantha Work Dupattas etc. Also, by promoting the customers to buy only handmade products, we help the traditional artisans earn their livelihood. Thus, to support them and the concept of sustainable fashion, you must buy items only from iTokri.

Why choose iTokri?

iTokri is the best online shopping platform consisting of large varieties of traditional handmade products. Not only this, but every customer of ours also appreciates our other services. Like the fast delivery of the products is accompanied by free shipping over all the products above Rs. 500, easy returns, cancellation or replacement etc. Thus, the customer’s shop is worry-free and hassle-free at our store! Also, you do not have to worry about the products to choose from if you are shopping for a gift for somebody else, as we have the option of e-gift cards so you can gift them easily.

Think handmade, think iTokri!!


1. Where did the banarasi weave originate from?

The banarasi weave originates from the Banaras district in Uttar Pradesh.

What is the difference between silk and Banarasi and Kanjivaram saree?

In Kanjivaram silk, the golden thread is used in embroidery, while in Banarasi silk, golden and silver threads are used.

Which type of silk saree is best?

Banarasi silk sarees are the best. 

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