Sico Silk Silver Zari Paithani Saree
Buy Now! at the golden price. We are especially offering our customers a traditional range of Sico Silk Silver Zari Paithani Saree. It’s a type of Yeola Paithani Silk Sarees famous worldwide. Designed using high-quality sico silk fabric. Specifically manufactured in accordance with the latest fashion trends. The discounted range of sarees is available in various colors including a blouse piece.
|Decorative Work||Silver? Zari Border|
|Size||6.20 Meters Including Blouse Piece|
|Blouse Length||0.8 meter|
|Product Care Instructions||Machine Wash/Handwash|
Paithani is one of the most traditional garments in Maharashtra. Because Paithani, the queen of sarees, has been favored by many dynasties and dictators in India. Therefore, Paithani is known as the Mahavastra of Maharashtra. For this reason, every Marathi woman’s sari has a paithani sari in her treasure.
Paithani sarees are available in both Sahavari and Nauwari styles. The real feature of Paithani is that it looks very similar on both sides. Yes, even the border and the padar. This is the identity of Paithani woven on real linen. Also, if the real Paithani never falls black.
Traditional paithani sarees are woven with dyed threads so you will find certain colors in them. Such as red, yellow, blue, magenta, green, pink, and purple. This sari is mainly a combination of two colors, one is the color of the sari and the other is the color of the padar and the border. But now Paithani has many colors.
Usually the whole sari of paithani has butti on it and the main one is padar and border. Famous carvings on Paithani include peacock, bangadi peacock (four peacocks and lotus), muniya meaning parrot myna, ajanta lotus, asavali (flower of leaves), kuari (mango shape) and akroti (almond shape). You will also find musical instruments like tabla, shahnai, sambal and tanpura in this carving. Sometimes you can even get a customized design. But mainly traditional carvings are preferred.
The only thing to keep in mind while taking care of the paithani is to wrap the sari in a soft or muslin cloth. It should not be exposed to direct sunlight. Do not wash this sari after each use. Give dry-clean only if needed. Show wool to the sari at least once a year but the wool should not fall directly on the sari. Take care of it.