A Banarasi saree is a type of traditional saree that is handwoven in Varanasi, a city in Uttar Pradesh, India. Banarasi sarees are known for their intricate weaving, rich textures, and luxurious appearance. They are highly sought after for special occasions, such as weddings and festivals.
Katan Banarasi sarees are usually woven with gold or silver zari (metallic thread) work, which adds to their opulence and makes them ideal for festive occasions. They often feature intricate designs such as floral motifs, paisleys, and geometric patterns that are meticulously woven using traditional weaving techniques.
The process of creating a katan Banarasi saree is labor-intensive and time-consuming, involving skilled weavers who weave each saree by hand using traditional looms. The quality of the silk, the intricacy of the design, and the amount of zari work used in the saree can affect its cost and value.
Saree Length - 6.5 Meter (including 1 meter Blouse fabric)
Fabric Care - Dry Wash/Clean only