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    Beautiful And Elegant Kanchipuram

    You may find one of South India's most heavenly weaves in one of its most revered temple cities.  Kanchipuram,  widely known as the "City of a Thousand Temples," is home to exquisite temples with distinctive architectural features. The Devangas and the Saligars, two significant Andhra Pradesh weaving clans, migrated to this town during the roughly 400-year rule of King Krishna Deva-Raya of the Chola Dynasty, and this is when the  Kanchipuram cotton’s  origins may be found. Kanchipuram is the ideal destination for the textile devotee who decides to Breakaway, o...

    Beautiful And Elegant Kanchipuram

    You may find one of South India's most heavenly weaves in one of its most revered temple cities.  Kanchipuram,  widely known as the "City of a Thousand Temples," is home to exquisite temples with distinctive architectural features. The Devangas and the Saligars, two significant Andhra Pradesh weaving clans, migrated to this town during the roughly 400-year rule of King Krishna Deva-Raya of the Chola Dynasty, and this is when the  Kanchipuram cotton’s  origins may be found. Kanchipuram is the ideal destination for the textile devotee who decides to Breakaway, offering both the angavastram of the Gods and the Konrad sari of their followers. The striking colour contrasts of  Kanchipuram textiles  give them their allure. A Kanchipuram textile will typically have temple borders, checks, stripes, and floral "buttas" as well as other traditional patterns. The border, body, and border are all woven individually and then interlaced to create a genuine Kanchipuram. Because of how tightly the connection is knitted, even if the material splits, the border will remain attached. 

    Because of their lustre, toughness, and sparkle from the fine zari work, Kanchipuram Sarees are sometimes referred to as the "Queen of Sarees." They are a highly valued component of an Indian bride's trousseau and are frequently handed down through the generations. They are worn across all ages for all kinds of festivities and rituals.


    You may choose from a large selection of  Kanchi Cotton sarees  on iTokri if you're wondering where to find the greatest ones.

    Traditional Kanchipuram Sarees Only At iTokri!

    Sari, or Saree as it is more popularly called, is a popular Indian garment worn by Indian women and others. When this method of draping a garment first appeared, it was in India during the Indus Valley civilization. Beginning with cotton fabric, sarees subsequently transitioned to silk, georgette, chiffon, satin, and lycra. Cotton sarees, however, continue to reign supreme among the rest until now. Women of all ages favour  Kanchipuram Cotton Sarees  as their go-to style among all-cotton sarees. Sarees made of Kanchi Cotton have a unique charm.  Kanchipuram Handloom Cotton Sarees  have an oxidised luster along the saree borders and are softer than their silk counterpart.

    At iTokri we have a wide variety of Traditional Kanchipuram Cotton Saree with Thread Border,Traditional Kanchipuram Cotton Saree with Zari Border, and   Traditional Kanchipuram Cotton Saree with Thread & Zari Borde and  many more with such vibrant colours, patterns and designs that will look gorgeous on any occasion! 

    We source our exquisitely designed Kanchipuram handloom silk cotton zari and thread sarees from Tamil Nadu. These cotton sarees from Kanchi, which were used as drapes for deities in Tamil Nadu's Konrad temple and are distinguished by their wide borders and eccentric embellishments, are a modern interpretation of that garment. The iTokri  Kanchipuram cotton silk sarees  go through a lengthy, meticulous weaving process in which the distinctive temple border, the broad pallav, and the main body—for which these sarees are most famous—are weaved separately and then expertly woven into a single piece.


    So what are you waiting for? Get your Kanchipuram online only from iTokri!

    Why Shop On iTokri?

    At iTokri, you can purchase any kind of  sar ees online.   On iTokri, a variety of other handcrafted items from their luxury selection are readily offered. Visit our website right away to place an order! Browse the full selection of handmade and one-of-a-kind products provided by the top handloom provider. Now that orders may be placed globally, you can  send rakhi  to your far-off brother. You may enjoy shopping on our website without effort because it is easy to use. We also have the most affordable prices on all of our products. A wide variety of  sarees  and  gifts  are also offered, including,  Unstitched suits and dress material  from the top class chikankari, ajrakh , sambhalpuri and many more textiles,  blouse material,  other silk  &  cotton blouse material that have beautiful embroidery and designs. 

    You not only get a wonderful cotton silk saree for yourself when you buy one from us, but you also support hundreds of artists who work tirelessly. Your purchase of a saree from us is a way for you to encourage and thank Indian artists.


    Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Kanchi cotton?

  • Kanchi Cotton are pure cotton textile with designs inspired by kanchipuram silk sarees.

  • Which cotton saree is best?

  • Kanchi Cotton Sarees are among all-cotton sarees that ladies of all ages choose since they are softer on the skin, allow for more freedom of breathing, and are also easier on the wallet while still being very traditional and lovely.

  • What is Kanchipuram fabric?

  • The Kanchipuram fabrics are a type of fabric made in the Kanchipuram region in Tamil Nadu, India. These fabrics are worn as mostly saris by bridals or on special occasions by most women in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh.

  • What is the difference between kanjivaram and Kanchipuram?

  • No,  The Kanchipuram and Kanjeevaram sarees are the same.

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