Inspired by legacy. Driven by style.
In our culture, Saree is much more than an attire. It’s a legacy, an emotion, symbols of national and cultural pride. What makes a Saree more appealing is its rich variety and style of wearing in different states. The origin of the drape can be traced back to the Indus Valley Civilization, during 2800–1800 BC in North West India. Cotton was the first fabric used to weave sarees, which was first cultivated in the Indian subcontinent around 5th millennium BC. India remains one of the great handicraft cultures. It’s talent for dyeing, printing, and silk weaving, is well represented in the regional varieties of saris.
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In our culture, Saree is much more than an attire. It’s a legacy, an emotion, symbols of na
Cotton is comfort. Cotton is pride. This popular fabric was first cultivated in the Indian subcon