The Amazing and Unkown Stories of Silk Sarees

The Amazing and Unkown Stories of Silk Sarees

Let me take you to a silk saree online safari. Why do I say so? Since you will find there are some of the new entries in our inventory, which tells that it is enough to captivate the minds of the saree sisters.

Yes, every day in my Instagram page or on my Facebook page I feel that my dear saree sisters are sure enough to steal the heart by there classic saree showcase. I too share some of those elegant collections. But to tell the truth, no other saree is as captivating as silk sarees. Yes, the patrons whom we have captured in silk sarees have always stood before the camera, gave just any pose and stole the heart of my followers.

Why the silk sarees online is having much craze compared to the other sarees in my collection? Well, the reason will be unfolded in this blog today.

The unknown and untold stories of Indian silk sarees

Without many tall tales let me get straight into the discussion. Why are the silk sarees so popular?

The silk sarees are versatile yarns

Silk in its versatility has stolen the heart of many and there is no dearth of texture variation if you have chosen silk as your next wardrobe courtesy.

Sarees are one of the flattest fabrics that we wear unstitched. One cannot bring much variation into such a creative thing, silk is one such yarn that has the color, grace, design and texture variation that you would not find in any other material. No other fiber can produce the same effect or weaving pattern as silk!

Silk is tensile compared to other fabrics

Compared to other fabrics that you find in the market you will see that the silk is one of the most tensile. Despite its smoothness and luster, it is unique, and so is the depth of its texture, its absorbency, and pliability. It is not slippery or flimsy like synthetic materials and is commercially extracted in white/ off-white yarn.

Just check some of our newest and hottest silk saree online like Tussar Dhabi and Jute Silks that unfolds the extravaganza.

Only fabric to witness so many rich cultures

Yes, silk is one of the most cherished fabrics of today. It is having a multitude of weaving and has been in the market since ages. It has undergone a large change and multiple usages. Why I am saying so - well, it is the only fabric that has deep connections with the Mughal and Persian influences on the Indian culture. After they left, it was the Indian weavers themselves who gave silk a new turn in life with their unique saree arts. It is astounding that almost every region of India has its own special, native silk saree. Most of these are hand-woven, handloom sarees, and are often made by either pure silk fiber or blended (with cotton yarn and zari) silk fiber.

I will continue to share the stories of silk every month since it has unending saga to tell. Like these facts were unknown to you. So wait for the next blog that will tell more about silk sarees online.


Author Bio:

Sumana Bhattacharya completed her Masters in Economics from the University of Calcutta & was working with the Department of Education, Govt. of West Bengal to provide training to the teachers in Government Schools. She moved to USA in 2005 after getting married & is the mother of 2 kids. She is the one that drives IndyVogue every day, every hour, every minute and every second. Salute to her and her undying spirit.


2 thoughts on “The Amazing and Unkown Stories of Silk Sarees

Anirudh Chatla

The amazing article it will help a lot of people, and I got a piece of useful information, explain very well. Thank you for sharing such important information.

November 30, 2020 at 13:09pm

Indy Vogue is an awesome company. The customer service was impeccable, Samana worked quickly and thoroughly to insure my saree was delivered before expected date with a customized blouse. Although, the color saree I had originally wanted was gone, I found another saree. I was showered with compliments and my daughter (the bride) had not seen my saree until the reception had said that I looked amazing. Thank you Sumana and Indy Vogue.

March 19, 2019 at 13:10pm

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