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Benarasi sarees came into existence during the Mughal period when artisans and craftsmen opted Banaras as the place that amalgamated well with their customs and traditions and began weaving silk sarees which has never lost its charm even today. These sarees are well-recognized across the fashion world because for its intricate weaving. Some of the popular assortments available in these sarees are – pure silk (Katan), Shattir and Organza (Kora) crafted gorgeously with zari and silk. When categorized based on the design process, these sarees can be divided into Jangla, Tanchoi, Cutwork, Tissue and Butidar. Weaving of brocades into elaborate patterns using gold and silver threads is the specialty of Benarasi sarees.
Even though, there are numerous options of bridal wears available in the market, the timeless Benarasi sarees are the preferred wedding and bridal trousseau that provides such grace to Indian brides that can hardly be compared with any other Indian bridal attire. The very fact of being a vibrant and gorgeous is the overwhelming embroidery and embellishments such as zardosy, zari, sequins, organza, pearl work, mirror work, cut work, kasab, kundan work and so on, which makes it the perfect outfit for the big day. Besides being a traditional bridal wear, these sarees are also considered as an asset that can be treasured in the wardrobe and sometimes even passed on to generations. These sarees showcase their own elegance and royal charm that has the power to stand apart from any type of outfit. Wearing these sarees also reflects the social status of the wearer.
Known for her exclusive and graceful sartorial style, Vidya Balan can be seen sporting in sensational Bridal Banarasi saree
in several bollywood events. In her debut movie Parineeta, the classic look with authentic costumes in Banarasi is worth mentioning. Not only does she excel in carry herself well in these sarees but no one rocks it like Vidya Balan with Benarasi blouses. Now the latest trend is to wear a Banarasi blouse is with a sheer saree giving a complete extravagant look to the outfit.
Visit Cbazaar that offers a wide range of exclusive saree
that are not only vibrant but has magnificent art work on them. Cbazaar’s ethnic wears are known for its quality fabric and fine embellishments which are designed to bring out the gorgeous, elegant and sensuous look in you.