The Kanchipuram and Kanjeevaram sarees are the same – Two names with the same saree type. In Tamil Nadu, Kanchipuram is woven silk from the town of Kanchipuram. And the in British times Kanchipuram silks were translated by the British to Conjeevaram silks, also known as Kanjeevaram silks. Kanchipuram silk sarees are woven from pure mulberry silk. While the silk belongs to South India, the pure gold and silver zari come from Gujarat. They are perfect for a classy and rich look and are made with subtle and lustrous colors. Kanjivaram saree isn't fair a bit of cloth but a Saree that weaves together feelings and emotion. Owing to the wealthy and brilliant texture and profound colors blended with hints of gold, it is one of the foremost valuable speculations in an Indian women's closet. Kanchipuram silk exudes a royal vibe and enthralls every generation.
And here we present you this Beautiful Kanjeevaram silk saree with golden zari woven motif all over the saree and silver zari woven broad border with beautifully designed golden zari woven elegant pallu attached by Jhalar is a great choice for festive and traditional wear. This saree is paired soft silk brocade blouse.