India is a land of colours. With each state, not only the landscape and food differ but also the fabrics and outfits. No matter where you go, each state is a treasure trove, which has a keepsake for you that you can own, wear and flaunt.

Assam Muga Silk Sarees

Assam silk industry produces three types of silk, out of which Muga silk is the most preferred one for sarees owing to their glossy, durability and fine texture. It is the signature of Assamese culture and rightly so. Muga in Assamese means golden and Muga silk saree lends your wardrobe the much-needed brightness it needs!

Kanjivaram Sarees

If you are a fan of Bollywood films, you would know what we are talking about! The two quintessential ladies of Bollywood, Rekha and Vidya Balan have revived the Kanjivaram trend and put it back in the spotlight. The golden thread, the rich woven contrasting pallu and scriptures of South Indian temples or nature, these sarees are the epitome of excellent craftsmanship and quality. A must-have addition for your wardrobe and an heirloom for your daughter or sister and for something to remember you by! It often secures a spot in a wardrobe as a wedding saree and for special occasions.

Banarasi Sarees

Weaved only in the holy city of Benares, the Banarasi sarees are the closest you can be to the royalty, opulence and exclusivity! With intricate motifs inspired by the Mogul empire and bright colours, it is one of the finest silk sarees out there that you can feel proud to own and flaunt. The engraving is rich and so is the brocade or zari work done in gold or silver threads on a finely woven pallu! These sarees aren’t for saree virgins, for, they aren’t as lightweight as your usual silk saree. It has ‘exclusive’ written all over its six-yard!

Linen Saree

Beautiful, light and cheery- something that reminds you of summer breeze! Linen is an unofficial fashion fabric for summer and if you thought that only trousers and dresses are available in this fabric, we are all set to surprise you! Linen sarees are in trend and they happen to be an all-time favourite of Bollywood actors too! One can often see Kangana Ranaut and Vidya Balan sporting these at events. Check out Kangana’s peach linen saree. While you are at it, don’t forget to check out the footwear too! Can you think of anything more comfortable and cooler in humid and hot summers?

Kangana in Pink Linen Handloom Saree

Just head to your wardrobe and take stock of how many have you got? These sarees in your wardrobe bring something wonderful from each state to your wardrobe and let you cherish the ethnic connection!