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Banarasi Saree –
A great red silk banarasi saree gives a princesses touch to bridal glory. This beauty full sarees come from the holy city of Kashi.
The core silk material of mostly banarasi is coming from the Banaras and the golden work is done in Bengal.
Gota Patti Sarees –
Gota Patti saree work is specifically for the bride and can be joined to any saree. Attaching a gota patti in saree makes a more beautiful sarees for the bride.
Embroidered Net Saree –
Most bridals in the northern states, select embroidered net sarees with differentiating types of embroidery work on it. The different feature of net sarees is that they are transparent and easy to carry.
Pure Georgette Saree –
Georgette Bridal sarees come in a vibrant shade like red, orange, green. Bright colors of these sarees show the bridal more attractive and beautiful.
Kanjivaram Silk Saree –
Kanjivaram sarees are generally a south Indian sarees. Generally, all South – Indian brides wear Kanjeevaram silk sarees. These sarees have a board exquisite border.
Bandhani Or Bandhej Saree –
The bandhani saree or bandhej saree has a special type of stone and dotted look that is its trademark. Bandhani sarees or bandhej sarees are traditionally worn by Rajasthani’s and Guajarati’s.
Brocade Silk –
Brocade Silk sarees is a distinct kind of silk sarees. The shimmering brocade material is used to make the borders and pallu of the traditional silk Indian sarees.
So as you can see there are quite a few traditions that have appeared around India for the wedding ritual however, all of these are deeply rooted in a religious and culturally rich past.