No matter how fashionable a western dress gets in the fashion circles, Indian women always look best in their traditional wear, i.e., Saree. And which another occasion could be more appropriate than Durga Pooja to flaunt a Saree? We are bringing you 5 different varieties of Sarees other than cotton which you can adorn to enjoy this Durga Pooja in style.
1. Banarasi Saree
Exclusively made in the holy city of Banaras, these come covered with dark work of Gold and silver embroidery. These represent the happiness and pride in Indian women.
2. Silk Sarees
Known for their eccentric designs throughout the world, Silk sarees are vastly used for weddings, festivals in the southern part of India. These are available in printed silk, raw silk and many more types.
3. Chanderi Sarees
These are made using silk and cotton and are lightweight to carry around easily. Chanderi Sarees are named after Chanderi, a town in Andhra Pradesh.
4. Net Saree
These have captured the fashionistas at first glance and are made using soft and hard nets. It is a common fashion accessory for teenage girls attending festivals and large processions.
5. Sambalpuri Saree
Sambalpuri sarees are made using silk and soft cotton and are the pride of the state of Orissa. These are available in various patterns and designs as per one’s need.
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