Mulberry Silk handwoven maheshwari Saree

SKU:SR : MSK : 165 : CHP : PKB

1 in stock

11,500.00 9,949.00

Product Details
  • Barcode 60009030
  • Maheshwari silk saree
  • Blue Colour Border

Drape yourself in royalty with this Pure Maheswari Silk Handloom Saree. This lightweight beauty bordered with a soft, but intricately designed golden zari comes directly from the artists of Maheshwar in Madhyapradesh who have for several generations hand-loomed royalty into fashion while preserving its integrity and quality. Perfect for Indian weather and easy to handle.

First Wash

Our fabrics and dresses use only natural colours which tend to run slightly at first wash. So make sure to hand wash them separately.

Priceless Gifting

Nothing feels more warm and Desi as gifting Ethnic wear to your loved ones. Don’t forget to select the gift wrap option during checkout.

Free Delivery

In line with our mission to make traditional ethnic accessible to everyone, we offer free shipping within Indian on orders worth Rs 990 or above.

15-Days Free Return

One size does not always fit everyone and we know that. Exchange for size or available styles within 15 days free of cost. No refunds please.


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  • Maheshwari Handloom
  • The designs in the Maheshwari sarees were inspired by the detailing on the walls of the Fort of Maheshwar. The popular designs used in these sarees, which were inspired from the designs on the fort walls are the �Chatai� pattern that is the �Mat� pattern, the �Chameli ka phool� pattern that is the Chameli flower pattern, the Eent pattern that is the Brick pattern as well as the Heera pattern that is the Diamond pattern. These designs are found on Maheshwari sarees even today.
  • Materials used
  • This Maheshwari saree is made of pure mulberry silk. Then in clothes sarees began to be made in pure cotton and with a mixture of silk and cotton (silk yarn in the warp and cotton in the weft). Nowadays, wool is also being used in the production of Maheshwari sarees. These sarees are extremely light in weight and present a sharp contrast to the Kanchipuram sarees of South India.
Maheshwari sarees are mostly woven in cotton and silk. These sarees are characterised by a narrow coloured border embellished with zari, and small checks, narrow stripes, or solid colour in the body. The speciality of Maheshwari sarees is its reversible border, also known as bugdi, which can be worn on both sides. The use of zari and kinari is also unique to Maheswari sarees.
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