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      Buy Pure Silk Sarees Online

      Regarded as the epitome of luxurious apparel and intrinsically linked to auspicious occasions like weddings and festivals, the classic silk saree is the showstopper in the grand parade of gorgeous Indian ethnic wear. More than just nine yards of fabric, it is a history interwoven with threads of Indian heritage and culture. But, as much as we love our silk sarees, not all silks are equal. 

      Know Your Silk Sarees

      Silk is a natural protein fiber that is strong yet smooth to the touch and can easily be dyed or blended with other yarns. From the highest quality silk, Mulberry or pure silk, which accounts for about 90% of all silk produced in the world, to the rarer spider silk, so strong that it was used to reinforce bulletproof vests, there are different types of silks based on how they are produced and procured. 

      India is the second-largest producer and the largest consumer of silk globally. Mulberry or pure silk, Tasar, Muga, Eri, and Art silks are extremely popular in the country. While Mulberry silks are 100% natural and produced by silkworms that feed on mulberry leaves, Art silk is artificial and, therefore, cheaper and made from cellulose fiber and a mixture of materials, such as rayon. Another type of silk that is popular in India is raw silk which is coated in sericin to protect each strand and is slightly coarser but has a gorgeous sheen. 

      Silk sarees are made from all the above-mentioned varieties of silk interwoven with metal, silk, and other fibers, such as cotton and gold and silver thread, to create the intricate weaves we all love. The saree design, the weave itself, and the techniques used to produce it are the result of indigenous methods and Mughal, Persian, and other foreign influences combined. 

      Pure Silk Sarees 

      The most popular silk saree in India is the pure silk saree or real silk saree. With its origins in China, Mulberry, or pure silk was introduced to India by passing traders in the 18th century and is now firmly incorporated into our national sensibilities. The timeless legacy of pure silk sarees is visible when a model sashays down the runway with a pure silk saree draped in a contemporary fashion; at weddings when the bride and her entire entourage are dressed to the nines in pure silk; and even at traditional dance recitals, such as Bharatanatyam or Kuchipudi, where the dancers perform dressed in pure silk sarees. 

      Pure silk or mulberry silk is the highest quality of silk available and is produced by silkworms of the Bombyx mori moth that are fed only mulberry leaves. The texture of the silk is fine, long, and pure white in color—and is softer, more luxurious, and refined than other forms of silk. The benefit of pure silk is that it is 100% natural, odorless, and hypoallergenic. 

      About 97% of all pure silks in India are produced in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and West Bengal. Known by different names across regions—‘Paat’ in East India, ‘Pattu’ in South India, and ‘Resham’ in Hindi or Urdu—you can’t go wrong with a pure silk saree no matter what the occasion. 

      Types of Pure Silk Sarees In India

      Though celebrated across India, pure silk sarees are trendy in the South. Here is a list of pure silk sarees and the regions where they originated. 

      Kanjeevaram or Kanchipuram Sarees - This traditional saree, also known as Pattu saree, from Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu, is known for its usage of temple borders, checks, stripes, floral motifs, and shimmering zari in the design. This South Indian saree is a must for weddings and festive occasions in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh. 

      Mysore Silk Sarees- Containing 65% pure silver and 0.65% gold, the Mysore zari saree is one of the most expensive Indian pure silk sarees. 

      Banarasi Sarees - Crafted from fine silk intricately embroidered with rich gold and silver brocade or zari, the Banarasi Saree from Uttar Pradesh presents an opulent look for weddings and special occasions.

      Paithani Sarees - Classic pure silk Paithani sarees from  Maharashtra have oblique square design borders,  signature peacock motifs, and buttas at the end of the saree.

      Patola Sarees - Once worn only by aristocrats, the Patola is an expensive double ikkat sari from PatanGujarat, and has predominantly floral and animal motifs.

      Maheshwari Sarees - Madhya Pradesh’s pure silk Maheshwari sarees with reversible borders have linear patterns. 


      Is Your Pure Silk Saree The Real Deal?

      A soft silk saree, smooth and shiny on both sides, with a lustrous pearly sheen and colors that appear to vary depending on the light, is authentic. Also, if it’s real, you’ll feel the warmth by rubbing the pure silk sarees with your hands. Check out Koskii’s soft silk sarees online to add a timeless piece to your collection. Artificial silk won’t be as smooth and will be considerably stiffer to drape, and will have a flat white sheen. 

      Handy Tips For Pure Silk Saree Care

      To preserve your pure silk heirlooms’ delicate fabric and zari, wrap them in pure cotton fabric before storing them. Don’t use metal hangers which may react with the silk or zari and damage them. Naphthalene balls to keep away insects should never come in contact with the zari due possibility of causing discoloration. Occasionally refold your silk sarees to prevent zari damage or breakage.

      Browse through Koskii’s breathtaking collection of the latest pure silk sarees online and choose from an array of pattu saree styles and colors, heavily embellished or a simple saree in a classic jewel shade for the perfect look to rock every occasion.

      Buy Pure Silk Sarees Online

      Regarded as the epitome of luxurious apparel and intrinsically linked to auspicious occasions like weddings and festivals, the classic silk saree is the showstopper in the grand parade of gorgeous Indian ethnic wear. More than just nine yards of fabric, it is a history interwoven with threads of Indian heritage and culture. But, as much as we love our silk sarees, not all silks are equal. 

      Know Your Silk Sarees

      Silk is a natural protein fiber that is strong yet smooth to the touch and can easily be dyed or blended with other yarns. From the highest quality silk, Mulberry or pure silk, which accounts for about 90% of all silk produced in the world, to the rarer spider silk, so strong that it was used to reinforce bulletproof vests, there are different types of silks based on how they are produced and procured. 

      India is the second-largest producer and the largest consumer of silk globally. Mulberry or pure silk, Tasar, Muga, Eri, and Art silks are extremely popular in the country. While Mulberry silks are 100% natural and produced by silkworms that feed on mulberry leaves, Art silk is artificial and, therefore, cheaper and made from cellulose fiber and a mixture of materials, such as rayon. Another type of silk that is popular in India is raw silk which is coated in sericin to protect each strand and is slightly coarser but has a gorgeous sheen. 

      Silk sarees are made from all the above-mentioned varieties of silk interwoven with metal, silk, and other fibers, such as cotton and gold and silver thread, to create the intricate weaves we all love. The saree design, the weave itself, and the techniques used to produce it are the result of indigenous methods and Mughal, Persian, and other foreign influences combined. 

      Pure Silk Sarees 

      The most popular silk saree in India is the pure silk saree or real silk saree. With its origins in China, Mulberry, or pure silk was introduced to India by passing traders in the 18th century and is now firmly incorporated into our national sensibilities. The timeless legacy of pure silk sarees is visible when a model sashays down the runway with a pure silk saree draped in a contemporary fashion; at weddings when the bride and her entire entourage are dressed to the nines in pure silk; and even at traditional dance recitals, such as Bharatanatyam or Kuchipudi, where the dancers perform dressed in pure silk sarees. 

      Pure silk or mulberry silk is the highest quality of silk available and is produced by silkworms of the Bombyx mori moth that are fed only mulberry leaves. The texture of the silk is fine, long, and pure white in color—and is softer, more luxurious, and refined than other forms of silk. The benefit of pure silk is that it is 100% natural, odorless, and hypoallergenic. 

      About 97% of all pure silks in India are produced in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and West Bengal. Known by different names across regions—‘Paat’ in East India, ‘Pattu’ in South India, and ‘Resham’ in Hindi or Urdu—you can’t go wrong with a pure silk saree no matter what the occasion. 

      Types of Pure Silk Sarees In India

      Though celebrated across India, pure silk sarees are trendy in the South. Here is a list of pure silk sarees and the regions where they originated. 

      Kanjeevaram or Kanchipuram Sarees - This traditional saree, also known as Pattu saree, from Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu, is known for its usage of temple borders, checks, stripes, floral motifs, and shimmering zari in the design. This South Indian saree is a must for weddings and festive occasions in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh. 

      Mysore Silk Sarees- Containing 65% pure silver and 0.65% gold, the Mysore zari saree is one of the most expensive Indian pure silk sarees. 

      Banarasi Sarees - Crafted from fine silk intricately embroidered with rich gold and silver brocade or zari, the Banarasi Saree from Uttar Pradesh presents an opulent look for weddings and special occasions.

      Paithani Sarees - Classic pure silk Paithani sarees from  Maharashtra have oblique square design borders,  signature peacock motifs, and buttas at the end of the saree.

      Patola Sarees - Once worn only by aristocrats, the Patola is an expensive double ikkat sari from PatanGujarat, and has predominantly floral and animal motifs.

      Maheshwari Sarees - Madhya Pradesh’s pure silk Maheshwari sarees with reversible borders have linear patterns. 


      Is Your Pure Silk Saree The Real Deal?

      A soft silk saree, smooth and shiny on both sides, with a lustrous pearly sheen and colors that appear to vary depending on the light, is authentic. Also, if it’s real, you’ll feel the warmth by rubbing the pure silk sarees with your hands. Check out Koskii’s soft silk sarees online to add a timeless piece to your collection. Artificial silk won’t be as smooth and will be considerably stiffer to drape, and will have a flat white sheen. 

      Handy Tips For Pure Silk Saree Care

      To preserve your pure silk heirlooms’ delicate fabric and zari, wrap them in pure cotton fabric before storing them. Don’t use metal hangers which may react with the silk or zari and damage them. Naphthalene balls to keep away insects should never come in contact with the zari due possibility of causing discoloration. Occasionally refold your silk sarees to prevent zari damage or breakage.

      Browse through Koskii’s breathtaking collection of the latest pure silk sarees online and choose from an array of pattu saree styles and colors, heavily embellished or a simple saree in a classic jewel shade for the perfect look to rock every occasion.

      Buy Pure Silk Sarees Online

      Regarded as the epitome of luxurious apparel and intrinsically linked to auspicious occasions like weddings and festivals, the classic silk saree is the showstopper in the grand parade of gorgeous Indian ethnic wear. More than just nine yards of fabric, it is a history interwoven with threads of Indian heritage and culture. But, as much as we love our silk sarees, not all silks are equal. 

      Know Your Silk Sarees

      Silk is a natural protein fiber that is strong yet smooth to the touch and can easily be dyed or blended with other yarns. From the highest quality silk, Mulberry or pure silk, which accounts for about 90% of all silk produced in the world, to the rarer spider silk, so strong that it was used to reinforce bulletproof vests, there are different types of silks based on how they are produced and procured. 

      India is the second-largest producer and the largest consumer of silk globally. Mulberry or pure silk, Tasar, Muga, Eri, and Art silks are extremely popular in the country. While Mulberry silks are 100% natural and produced by silkworms that feed on mulberry leaves, Art silk is artificial and, therefore, cheaper and made from cellulose fiber and a mixture of materials, such as rayon. Another type of silk that is popular in India is raw silk which is coated in sericin to protect each strand and is slightly coarser but has a gorgeous sheen. 

      Silk sarees are made from all the above-mentioned varieties of silk interwoven with metal, silk, and other fibers, such as cotton and gold and silver thread, to create the intricate weaves we all love. The saree design, the weave itself, and the techniques used to produce it are the result of indigenous methods and Mughal, Persian, and other foreign influences combined. 

      Pure Silk Sarees 

      The most popular silk saree in India is the pure silk saree or real silk saree. With its origins in China, Mulberry, or pure silk was introduced to India by passing traders in the 18th century and is now firmly incorporated into our national sensibilities. The timeless legacy of pure silk sarees is visible when a model sashays down the runway with a pure silk saree draped in a contemporary fashion; at weddings when the bride and her entire entourage are dressed to the nines in pure silk; and even at traditional dance recitals, such as Bharatanatyam or Kuchipudi, where the dancers perform dressed in pure silk sarees. 

      Pure silk or mulberry silk is the highest quality of silk available and is produced by silkworms of the Bombyx mori moth that are fed only mulberry leaves. The texture of the silk is fine, long, and pure white in color—and is softer, more luxurious, and refined than other forms of silk. The benefit of pure silk is that it is 100% natural, odorless, and hypoallergenic. 

      About 97% of all pure silks in India are produced in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and West Bengal. Known by different names across regions—‘Paat’ in East India, ‘Pattu’ in South India, and ‘Resham’ in Hindi or Urdu—you can’t go wrong with a pure silk saree no matter what the occasion. 

      Types of Pure Silk Sarees In India

      Though celebrated across India, pure silk sarees are trendy in the South. Here is a list of pure silk sarees and the regions where they originated. 

      Kanjeevaram or Kanchipuram Sarees - This traditional saree, also known as Pattu saree, from Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu, is known for its usage of temple borders, checks, stripes, floral motifs, and shimmering zari in the design. This South Indian saree is a must for weddings and festive occasions in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh. 

      Mysore Silk Sarees- Containing 65% pure silver and 0.65% gold, the Mysore zari saree is one of the most expensive Indian pure silk sarees. 

      Banarasi Sarees - Crafted from fine silk intricately embroidered with rich gold and silver brocade or zari, the Banarasi Saree from Uttar Pradesh presents an opulent look for weddings and special occasions.

      Paithani Sarees - Classic pure silk Paithani sarees from  Maharashtra have oblique square design borders,  signature peacock motifs, and buttas at the end of the saree.

      Patola Sarees - Once worn only by aristocrats, the Patola is an expensive double ikkat sari from PatanGujarat, and has predominantly floral and animal motifs.

      Maheshwari Sarees - Madhya Pradesh’s pure silk Maheshwari sarees with reversible borders have linear patterns. 


      Is Your Pure Silk Saree The Real Deal?

      A soft silk saree, smooth and shiny on both sides, with a lustrous pearly sheen and colors that appear to vary depending on the light, is authentic. Also, if it’s real, you’ll feel the warmth by rubbing the pure silk sarees with your hands. Check out Koskii’s soft silk sarees online to add a timeless piece to your collection. Artificial silk won’t be as smooth and will be considerably stiffer to drape, and will have a flat white sheen. 

      Handy Tips For Pure Silk Saree Care

      To preserve your pure silk heirlooms’ delicate fabric and zari, wrap them in pure cotton fabric before storing them. Don’t use metal hangers which may react with the silk or zari and damage them. Naphthalene balls to keep away insects should never come in contact with the zari due possibility of causing discoloration. Occasionally refold your silk sarees to prevent zari damage or breakage.

      Browse through Koskii’s breathtaking collection of the latest pure silk sarees online and choose from an array of pattu saree styles and colors, heavily embellished or a simple saree in a classic jewel shade for the perfect look to rock every occasion.