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Silk sarees

saree22Silk sarees has always been a very traditional. The biggest advantage of silk sarees is that they can be treassured for years. Silk sarees are usually vibrant in color edged with heavy borders and pallavs. Silk sarees are very popular Indian weddings, festivals and other celebrations. Lot of brides are expected to wear these heavy bridal silk sarees after thy get married. Silk sarees are quite more popular in winters. No other fabric can match the grace of these traditional silk sarees.

Indian silk sarees has been popular all over the world for its sheer variety of designs, weaving and quality. This is largely due to the fact that India has the unique distinction of producing different varieties of silk.

There are four main varieties of silk produced by a distinct variety of silkworm feeding on a specific host plant. Silk is a protien fibre, produced by the silkworm for spinning around its cocoon. This fibre (filament) is unwound to obtain silk. Yarn is produced by twisting the fibre, which is then dyed, warped and finally woven to produce fabric.

It’s important to take care of these silk sarees to keep their grace alive for long time. Lets checkout some tips and tricks:

  • The best way of washing silk sarees is the tried and tested traditional way. Just squeeze a few drops of lime in cold water. Dip the silk and rub gently, remove, wring lightly.
  • Always dry your silk sarees in shade.
  • If using soap on your silk sarees, make sure it’s mild. Use cold water and do not soak silk in soap water.
  • Avoid the use of chemicals – these may damage your silk sarees, and end up reducing its life.

Silk sarees are very much in demand whether they are heavy kanchipuram silk sarees, ikkat silks, bennarasi silk sarees, thanchoi, kancheepuram silk sarees and lots more.

Shop online for traditional silk sarees at http://www.utsavsarees.com/pages/search.asp?keyword=silk+sarees


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