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    Special Sanganeri Block Printed Soft Cotton Saree

    Partners: SANTOSH KUMAR DHANOPIA

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    SKU: CG/31/7

    Fine quality sanganeri hand block printed mul cotton saree. Sanganeri is a hand-block printing technique originating from Sanganer, a village in the southern part of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Bleed free VAT dyes used. Shop at itokri.com India's most trusted and reviewed online store for authentic handicrafts handpicked from all across India. Shipped Worldwide. Free Shipping. COD is available.

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    A real silk saree will have slight variations in texture uniformity, which are quite noticeable.

    Sarees are one of the most beautiful Indian national costumes for women. They are the epitome of elegance, beauty and dignity. That is why they have been an integral part of Indian culture from the dawn of civilization.

    Among the various types of sarees in different states, one of the most popular is the Banarsi sarees. These silk sarees from Varanasi are known for their patterns and motifs. Originally, banarsi sarees were made for kings and were woven from real gold and silver threads.

    There are over 30 saris in India, including Banarasi silk sari, Kasheeda sari, Khun sari, Kasuti sari, Chanderi sari, Tant sari, Kanjeevaram sari, Assam silk sari, Batik Print sari, Tussar silk sari, Assam musa silk and more. Sari, Takai Jamdani Sari, Panchampali Sari, Mysore Silk, etc.

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