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1. what is Pure Silk Sarees?

The sarees which are made by using pure mulberry silk fabric are called pure silk sarees. such kinds of silk fabrics and sarees belong to south India especially Andhra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala & Telangana, Pure Silk Sarees contain gold and silver zari. Most of the pure silk sarees are hand-made/man-made sarees. Indian women keep wearing these pure silk sarees as one of their rituals in important events like weddings.

2. What are the types of pure silk sarees?

Vidhya, Silk saree expert from sareepick says that, the following factors are deciding the pure silk sarees types such as manufacturing region, mulberry types, designs, art work, stone work and embroidering works, combination of materials used in the silk thread, gold & silver usage in the zari. Pure silk Saree types : Assam Silk Muga Sarees, Art Silk Sarees, Arani Silk Sarees, Banarasi Silk Saree, Baluchari Silk Sarees, Banglori Silk Sarees, Bomkai Silk Sarees, Bhagalpuri Silk Saree, Chanderi Silk Saree, Dharmavaram Silk Sarees, Gadwal Silk Sarees, Kanjivaram Silk Sarees / Kanchipuram Silk Sarees, Kalamkari silk cotton sarees, Konrad Silk Sarees, Kota Silk Saree, Korial Silk Saree, Mysore Silk Sarees, Madhuram Silk Sarees, Matka Silk Saree, Narayanpet Silk Sarees, Organza Silk Saree, Paalum Pazhamum checks, Partly Pallu Sarees, Patola Silk Saree, Paithani Silk Saree, Pochampally Silk Saree, Raw Silk Saree, Sambalpuri Silk Saree, Samudrika silk sarees, Sournachuri Silk Saree, Tanchoi Silk Saree, Uppada Silk Saree

3. Which type of silk saree is best?

Banarasi Silk Saree. A Banarasi sari is a sari made in Varanasi, a city which is also called Benares or Banaras. The saris are among the finest saris in India and are known for their gold and silver brocade or zari, Kanchipuram / Kanchipuram & Arani these are the origin of pure silk saree market place in South India.

4. How much does a pure silk sarees cost?

A basic Banarasi, Kanjeevaram and Arani pure sarees cost around Rs. 8000/- ($110)it contains the cost of the silk, the weaving work, and the zari border, the pure silk saree cost can go up to Rs. 40 lakhs.

5. Which silk saree is most expensive?

Navratna stones and gold embroidery 'Vivaah Patu', the most expensive silk sari in the world at Rs. 40 lakh ($74,830), entered the Guinness World Records.

6. Which is the most famous silk saree?

Mulberry silk is the most important and it contributes as much as 95% of the world's pure silk sarees production industry.

7. What is the difference between Banarasi and Kanjivaram saree?

The basic difference between these Banarasi and Kanjivaram sarees is their origin and design, the main difference is, the golden thread is used for weaving designs in Kanjivaram sarees, Banarasi sarees have both gold and silver work on the zari.

8. Which country produces silk?

China is the largest producer and supplier of silk in the world & India is the second-largest producer of silk and silk products in the world.

9. Which city is known as silk city?

Kanchipuram & Pochampally are called "Silk Cities of India", both cities export pure silk sarees worldwide.

10. How to maintain pure silk sarees?

Pure silk sarees can be washable, but after washing should not keep iron at high temperature, because it is a very sensitive material so better to do dry clean, It will increase the pure silk saree lifetime, wrinkles on the silk sarees can be simply steamed out, set the iron to low heat and be careful while ironing.

11. Why are pure silk sarees so expensive?

Genuine and high-quality pure silk will always be relatively expensive, low prices usually indicate the fabric is not genuine silk. Pure silk usually costs at least ten times as much as nonpure sarees.

12. How to make silk sarees?

Start cultivating mulberry farms for silkworms after harvesting cocoons, we can extract silks threads, once silk threads are ready apply to dye, spinning, weaving with design implementations then the pure silk saree will get ready.

13. Why do most women like silk sarees?

Women always like silk sarees because it represents them more beautiful while wearing it improves their self-confidence, they feel proud to wear silk sarees, they get more feedback and appreciation from other women, all these moments makes them happy so they like and love silk sarees always. Especially it gives better fitness and comfort for slim, fit and fat women both young and old women, so they like silk sarees always.