Paithani Saree is a symbol of Maharashtrian culture and known as the queen of silk. No Maharashtrian wedding is complete without it. Now a days, many types of Paithani like semi silk and pure silk are available in the market. Semi silk paithani is the silk mixed with poly yarn. Semi silk paithani generally have the web of thread on its reverse side. It may be handwoven or mechanically stitched. You will find a variety of semi silk paithani pieces having the same design and print. It takes just 5 to 10 days to weave one semi silk paithani saree. Artificial dyes are used to dye semi silk paithani. It is light in weight as compared to pure silk paithani saree. As semi silk paithani is mass-produced, it is cheaper than pure silk paithani. Get an eye-pleasing assortment of paithani sarees collection in Pune at Swapnagandha Collection.
Black Colour Red Border Semi Paithani
This model wearing Black and Red colour Indian traditional handcrafted saree, contrast print detail on the pallu ( Padar ) and along with the red border.
Comes with a blouse piece.