Paithani Saree

Paithani is a variety of saree, named after the town Paithan in Aurangabad, Maharashtra. It is considered one of the richest sarees in India. Paithani is a hand woven silk sari with a rich, ornamental zari (gold thread) pallu and border. Paithani saree is characterized by borders of an oblique square design, and pallu with a peacock design. The weaving of a Paithani saree could take between 18 to 24 months depending upon the complexity of the design. Traditionally, Paithani sarees are part of the trousseau of every Maharashtrian bride. Paithani saree is the result of a painstakingly complex process of weaving and dyeing. Setting up the loom is a meticulous job of careful handling where each thread is mounted to bring out the design, color, and details to convert these into a fabulous fabric. Luxurionworld offers the widest variety of Paithani Sarees on the platform.

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