Sareepedia by KARAGIRI

BEST WEDDING COLLECTION

A wedding is a beautiful ceremony cherished by all your loved ones for life! And by looking at the pictures for a lifetime hence you all have to lo...

LINEN SAREE COLLECTION

To have a fantastic fall and fit and are best suited to formal wear, although informal, are also created with this fabric. As linen has a very roug...

TRICKS AND TIPS TO MAINTAIN YOUR KANJEEVARAM SAREE

While we love new outfits for all occasions, it’s important to maintain those stunning kanjeevaram sarees so that they last forever.

GEORGETTE COLLETION

One of the greatest fashion gifts of the modern time is georgette a springy, lightweight, translucent fabric distinguished by its strength and dura...

LATEST CHIFFON COLLECTION

Chiffon is a light translucent fabric is the best choice for sweltering summers. This fabric is made of tightly twisted yarns comprising of very fi...

BEST DESIGNER EMBROIDERY SAREES

Embroidery is a craft of decorating fabric with patterns, motifs, stitched in strands of thread using a needle.  It is classified according to its ...

Style like a Celeb this Wedding Season.

 The traditional drape sari there can be styled in a number of ways to pick one, especially in terms of the color, the accompanying blouse with it,...

Kanchipuram or Kanjivaram Saree

 Kanjivaram Saree   The weave of God and the dream of an Indian woman-Kanjivaram.   Can any conversation around sarees be complete without speaking...

Banarasi Silk Saree By Karagiri

The reason why some of the biggest designers in the countries still include Banarasi Silk Saree in their creations because of its royalty.

Printed Silk Sarees By Karagiri

Printed Saree refers to a length of silk yarn or silk garments that have patterns and designs in the form of prints on them.

Saree Or Sari By Karagiri

SAREE OR SARI A sari or saree is a beautiful women’s garment that comes from the Indian culture and people, that consists of an unstitched drape va...

Patola Sarees By Karagiri

PATOLA SAREES QUEEN OF SILKS!!   Patola means “Queen of Silks”, recent Indian weaves have led to a renewed interest in several time-hono...