Paithani Sarees

29 items available
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 13th Dec
20% OFF
Ready To Ship
Ready to Ship
20% OFF
Ready To Ship
Ready to Ship
20% OFF
Ready To Ship
Ready to Ship
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 12th Dec
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 12th Dec
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 12th Dec
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 12th Dec
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 12th Dec
20% OFF
Ready To Ship
Ready to Ship
20% OFF
Ready To Ship
Ready to Ship
20% OFF
Ready To Ship
Ready to Ship
20% OFF
Ready To Ship
Ready to Ship
20% OFF
Ready To Ship
Ready to Ship
20% OFF
Ready To Ship
Ready to Ship
20% OFF
Ready To Ship
Ready to Ship
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 12th Dec
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 12th Dec
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 12th Dec
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 12th Dec
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 12th Dec
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 12th Dec
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 12th Dec
20% OFF
Approx Dispatch Date 12th Dec

Paithani Sarees – An Ethnic Excellence 

 
Many magical stories can be found throughout our history. We have a treasure of priceless artifacts uncovered in this country of legend and given a secure place in our history. One such tradition that has endured through the ages and has been used to dress gorgeous brides in several weddings is the use of paithani silk. 
 
Paithani silk sarees are made from a beautiful blend of silk and zari. It is a saree that was woven using an incredibly unique process. The making of this silk is entirely done by hand. Every inch of silk and zari sarees is expertly created with traditional craft and work. 
 
The best paithani sarees are made of the finest, most luxurious silk material. Paithani sarees are characterized by their beautiful zari border work and unique, traditional designs. This intricate zari, which defines the border and pallu, adds to the saree's beauty. The sarees come in both simple and intricate designs. The saree is special due to its unique blend of simplicity and grandeur. It comes in diverse colors and features a wide range of conventional motifs that preserve its heritage in its threads. 
 

The Graceful History of Paithani Sarees 

 
In an era that was millennia before modernity, the state of Maharashtra gave birth to this legacy of silk and zari. Pathani gets its name from Paithan, a village in Maharashtra, where it was born. The silk with such humble beginnings has become a treasured heirloom for most Maharashtrian women. 
 
A paithani sarees for wedding are a remarkable sight, as is the woman who wears it. This masterpiece was loved by the brides and the Paithani royal families! As a result, it has acquired the same cultural significance over time and is sometimes referred to as the Queen of Sarees. It is a brocade saree that is entirely created with traditional tapestry techniques using pure silk threads and silver zari. 
 
It is a symbol of the state's history; the royals of the 18th century began their love affair with Paithani. According to legend, the Peshwa kings who were in power at the time were the first to uncover the silk. This empire contributed to the success and renown of Paithani silk as a state mainstay. 
 

How to Find the Pure Paithani Sarees? 

 
While genuine traditional paithani sarees are created from fine silk and zari, the growing demand for affordable sarees has also given rise to imitative alternatives that look like this masterpiece but are, in fact, quite different. While some salespeople are very upfront about this, others could even attempt to trick a first-time Paithani buyer. For this reason, before you go out and buy a drape for yourself, you need to know how to spot a fake one. 
 
Knowing the design components is the key to recognizing a pure Paithani from a blended one. A handwoven silk saree called a paithani features elaborate Zari thread work in either gold or silver along the pallu and borders. The distinctive weaving method used to create the many types of Paithani sarees makes them stand out from the rest. In India, skilled artisans complete the entire process by hand, from dyeing the yarn to weaving. The primary structure of the saree is woven on a handloom. The silk used to create these sarees is very thin and delicate. 
 
The process for producing the design and motif is also unusual. They are created by weaving the vibrant threads together and tying them to the warp. As previously stated, the reverse side of the fabric and design is identical to the top side. These patterns genuinely give the impression of being interwoven into the fabric. 
 

Fancy Your Paithani Sarees  

 
A Paithani saree is renowned for its distinctive combination of hues and patterns. People travel to India from all over the world to purchase exquisite Paithani drapes as souvenirs. The most notable shades are Shirodak (pure white), Raghu (a parrot green color), and Kali Chandrakala (jet black saree with a crimson border). 
 
Due to the natural dyes used in the weaving process, paithani sarees online are typically exclusively available in primary colors like red, yellow, sky blue, magenta, green, peach-pink, and purple. In addition, there are often two dominant colors for each saree: one for the body of the saree and another for the border and pallu. 
 

Shop Your Favorite Paithani Sarees Online at Siya Fashion 

 
Paithani silk is known as the "Queen of Silk Sarees." This is due to the silk's presence in several palaces, where it was used to decorate the nobility of the time. Siya Fashion, a one-stop online shopping destination, homes an extraordinary silk paithani sarees collection in various designs and shapes to fulfill your cravings for attires with a royal vibe. Our website offers an easy and hassle-free shopping experience with multiple filters and categories for your choices. So, wait for less. You shop the best, and we take care of the rest.