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The weaving of the banarasi brocade saree is quite famous in the city of Varanasi. Here brocade banarasi sarees with different designs are being crafted for years. The structure of the designs mainly depends upon the type of thread used, the type of design and complicacy of designs and buttas. The variety of designs on the brocade saree depends on whether it is a beldar design or butidar design or shikar garh design. The beldar designs represent creepers while the butidar represent different flowers and shikhar garh portrays the animal motifs. All these designs work as the most imperative attribute to boost the beauty of the banarasi brocade silk saree. The brocade banarasi silk saree is just another very gorgeous category of the well-known banarasi sarees.
The grace of this banarasi brocade saree has magnified withelegant motifs designed on the silk saree. This red banarasi brocade saree is a beautiful art piece crafted with silk threads and copper threads making a perfect combination. The banarasi brocade silk saree has lovely motifs of elephant and bird created intricately on it. The full brocade silk saree is filled with zari work bringing a shine to its look. Add this amazing artwork to your clothing by shopping this banarasi brocade saree online at Karagiri.
Maintenance of saree:
Banarasi sarees are exclusive and one of its kind classics! We pass them on to generations. So it is important to take care of them properly.
1. Never wash the banarasi saree at home. They might catch water stains. It is always recommended to dry clean them.
2. Fold them properly and store them in a muslin cloth. It is breathable and hence the sarees won't smell bad even after years.
3. Keep them in a dark corner of your cupboard. It prevents discoloration of the sarees over time.