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10 Indian states and their traditional saris

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Banarasi Sari-Uttar Pradesh

Banarasi sari is made in the city of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, and is made of pure silk, they often have gold zari embroidery of motifs from nature like birds and flowers, with beautiful patterns, prints, and colors.

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Kanjivaram silk sari-Tamil Nadu

Kanjivaram silk saris are mainly made of pure silk and are woven with gold and silver threads making it look rich and stylish. It was earlier worn by royals on special occasions and now is worn by brides.

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Bandhani sari-Gujarat

Bandhani saris are made of cotton and are one of the tie-dye styles in which the knots are made by hand. It was initially worn by the Rajput royals and has been pouring their love for saris for centuries.

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Nauvari sari-Maharashtra

The traditional Maharashtrian saris are woven with pure silk and cotton thread in a fine weave which is embellished with zari, lace, and mirror work with new fabrics and patterns, and mainly come in vibrant colors.

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Tant sari-West Bengal

Bengali traditional saris are known as Tant saris which are made from cotton thread making them light and transparent. The first Tant sari was made in the 15th century in Shantipur and was patronised alongside the Jamdani royals for years.

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Bomkai sari-Odisha

Originating from the Bomkai village in the Ganjam district in Odisha, they are made by the Bhulia community and are silk saris with beautiful prints on them.

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Chanderi Sari-Madhya Pradesh

A small town in Madhya Pradesh which is known for its forts and Chanderi saris, uses a shimmery texture of the fabric with artistic zari works on the sari which makes them unique and stunning.

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Kasavu Sari-Kerala

The traditional sari from Kerala uses intricate weaving and embroidery which usually comes in hues of white and light shades of pink and yellow. They are floor-length, pleated garments with a heaviness that takes the form of a skirt.

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Muga Sari-Assam

A Muga silk sari, is made from wild silk from Assam and is woven with gold and silver threads. Usually, Assamese brides wear them on their wedding day, and are made with a unique weaving technique.

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Phulkari Sari-Punjab

Phulkari sari is the traditional saris of Punjab which is handwoven with gold and silver thread and is a mix of cotton, silk, gold, and silver threads having leaves, vines, creepers, and flower prints.

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