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Our product range includes a wide range of pure organza saree, organza embroidered saree, linen saree with heavy embroidery work, soft linen sarees with 5 inch zari borders, low rate daily wear soft saree and printed saree.
  • Pure Organza Saree
  • Pure Organza Saree
  • Pure Organza Saree
  • Pure Organza Saree
  • Pure Organza Saree
  • Pure Organza Saree
  • Pure Organza Saree
  • Pure Organza Saree
Pure Organza Saree

Pure Organza Saree

Rs 450  / per piceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 100 per pice

ColorALL
BrandINDIA ATTIRES
Saree Length5.5 m (separate blouse piece)
OccasionParty Wear
Set ContentALL
Blouse FabricALL
PatternALL
Wash CareMachine wash
Blouse Stitch TypeStitched
MakeBOTH
Age GroupALL
Packaging TypeBox Packing
Product Code5232140
Place Of OriginSURAT
Quantity Per PackAS PER CUSTOMERS REQUIREMENT
Do You Fulfill Sample OrdersYes
Indian sari is the most graceful ethnic outfit that is primarily worn by Indian women.
Accessories needed to be worn with a sari:· Blouse or a choli· Petticoat
Choli:Choli, the tightly fitted, short blouse is worn under a sari. The choli evolved as a form of clothing in 10th century AD and the first cholis were only front covering; the back was always bare. Bodices of this type are still common in the state of Rajasthan. The choli is a tight fitting item of clothing, and adds a fashion statement to the sari. The sleeve length travels from full sleeves to half sleeves to sleeveless over a period of time. Cholis are often made of cotton or silk cloth and may or may not include a collar and sleeves. They are generally more tailored than simple knit tops, and may contain "feminine" details such as ruffles or embroidered decorations.A choli reveals more than it conceals. Its cut, color and the way it is worn would tell you about whether the woman is casual, carefree, bold, reticent or orthodox. It is a dead giveaway of a woman's attitude and personality.
What one needs in their collection is not a particular sari but superb blouses to go with it, because the blouse can make or break the look of a sari suggestions are beautifully embroidered blouses.
 
Petticoat:There is a petticoat, or a slip, which is worn under the sari that holds the sari in place. A petticoat is a skirt that is essentially worn under the sari.Petticoat is a waist to floor garment very similar to a lehenga or skirt, which is tied with the help of string or naada at the waist. A sari is wrapped over a petticoat. Petticoats are often made of cotton or polyester cloth. Usually a petticoat is of the matching color with sari. The sari is incomplete without a petticoat. The petticoat can be many in different varieties. They MUST have a firm waistband. Elastic will not do. One step on the petticoat and down comes the sari. The modern Indian petticoat is reminiscent to a skirt made up of many A-line panels. This has the advantage of giving a slim silhouette and using less fabric. The other petticoat is 4 yards of 45 wide fabric gathered onto a 3-inch wide waistband. This is the one which can be used for hot weather or when you need to walk a lot. This gives a greater movement and more air movement.
 
Varieties of Indian Sari
Bandhani saree -
Banarsi saree -
Kanjeevaram silk saree -
Cotton printed saris -
Cotton handlooms -

Printed chiffon sarees -
Southern saree styles -
Embroidered saris -

And We Provide to you with the Best of the Above in India Attires 

Additional Information:

  • Item Code: 0321403
  • Production Capacity: AS PER CUSTOMERS REQUIREMENT
  • Delivery Time: 3-5 WORKING DAYS
  • Packaging Details: STANDARD

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  • Organza Embroidered Saree
  • Organza Embroidered Saree
  • Organza Embroidered Saree
  • Organza Embroidered Saree
  • Organza Embroidered Saree
  • Organza Embroidered Saree
Organza Embroidered Saree

Organza Embroidered Saree

Rs 650  / per piceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1000 per pice

Fabricorganza
BrandIndia Attires
OccasionParty Wear
Colorall
Shipment ModeAir/Cargo
Wash CareMachine wash
Do You Fulfill Sample OrdersYes
Acceptable Payment ModeOnline
Return Applicablet&c
Indian sari is the most graceful ethnic outfit that is primarily worn by Indian women.
Accessories needed to be worn with a sari:· Blouse or a choli· Petticoat
Choli:Choli, the tightly fitted, short blouse is worn under a sari. The choli evolved as a form of clothing in 10th century AD and the first cholis were only front covering; the back was always bare. Bodices of this type are still common in the state of Rajasthan. The choli is a tight fitting item of clothing, and adds a fashion statement to the sari. The sleeve length travels from full sleeves to half sleeves to sleeveless over a period of time. Cholis are often made of cotton or silk cloth and may or may not include a collar and sleeves. They are generally more tailored than simple knit tops, and may contain "feminine" details such as ruffles or embroidered decorations.A choli reveals more than it conceals. Its cut, color and the way it is worn would tell you about whether the woman is casual, carefree, bold, reticent or orthodox. It is a dead giveaway of a woman's attitude and personality.
What one needs in their collection is not a particular sari but superb blouses to go with it, because the blouse can make or break the look of a sari suggestions are beautifully embroidered blouses.
 
Petticoat:There is a petticoat, or a slip, which is worn under the sari that holds the sari in place. A petticoat is a skirt that is essentially worn under the sari.Petticoat is a waist to floor garment very similar to a lehenga or skirt, which is tied with the help of string or naada at the waist. A sari is wrapped over a petticoat. Petticoats are often made of cotton or polyester cloth. Usually a petticoat is of the matching color with sari. The sari is incomplete without a petticoat. The petticoat can be many in different varieties. They MUST have a firm waistband. Elastic will not do. One step on the petticoat and down comes the sari. The modern Indian petticoat is reminiscent to a skirt made up of many A-line panels. This has the advantage of giving a slim silhouette and using less fabric. The other petticoat is 4 yards of 45 wide fabric gathered onto a 3-inch wide waistband. This is the one which can be used for hot weather or when you need to walk a lot. This gives a greater movement and more air movement.
 
Varieties of Indian Sari
Bandhani saree -
Banarsi saree -
Kanjeevaram silk saree -
Cotton printed saris -
Cotton handlooms -

Printed chiffon sarees -
Southern saree styles -
Embroidered saris -

And We Provide to you with the Best of the Above in India Attires 

Additional Information:

  • Item Code: 241576
  • Production Capacity: AS PER CUSTOMERS REQUIREMENT
  • Delivery Time: 3-5 WORKING DAYS
  • Packaging Details: STANDARD

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  • Linen Saree with Heavy Embroidery Work
  • Linen Saree with Heavy Embroidery Work
  • Linen Saree with Heavy Embroidery Work
  • Linen Saree with Heavy Embroidery Work
  • Linen Saree with Heavy Embroidery Work
Linen Saree with Heavy Embroidery Work

Linen Saree with Heavy Embroidery Work

Rs 499  / per piceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1000 per pice

Fabriclinen
BrandIndia Attires
PatternBorder
OccasionParty Wear
Colorall
Shipment ModeAir/Cargo
Wash CareMachine wash
Packaging TypeBox
Do You Fulfill Sample OrdersYes
Return Applicablet&c
Blouse Fabriclinen
Sizeall
Indian sari is the most graceful ethnic outfit that is primarily worn by Indian women.
Accessories needed to be worn with a sari:· Blouse or a choli· Petticoat
Choli:Choli, the tightly fitted, short blouse is worn under a sari. The choli evolved as a form of clothing in 10th century AD and the first cholis were only front covering; the back was always bare. Bodices of this type are still common in the state of Rajasthan. The choli is a tight fitting item of clothing, and adds a fashion statement to the sari. The sleeve length travels from full sleeves to half sleeves to sleeveless over a period of time. Cholis are often made of cotton or silk cloth and may or may not include a collar and sleeves. They are generally more tailored than simple knit tops, and may contain "feminine" details such as ruffles or embroidered decorations.A choli reveals more than it conceals. Its cut, color and the way it is worn would tell you about whether the woman is casual, carefree, bold, reticent or orthodox. It is a dead giveaway of a woman's attitude and personality.
What one needs in their collection is not a particular sari but superb blouses to go with it, because the blouse can make or break the look of a sari suggestions are beautifully embroidered blouses.
 
Petticoat:There is a petticoat, or a slip, which is worn under the sari that holds the sari in place. A petticoat is a skirt that is essentially worn under the sari.Petticoat is a waist to floor garment very similar to a lehenga or skirt, which is tied with the help of string or naada at the waist. A sari is wrapped over a petticoat. Petticoats are often made of cotton or polyester cloth. Usually a petticoat is of the matching color with sari. The sari is incomplete without a petticoat. The petticoat can be many in different varieties. They MUST have a firm waistband. Elastic will not do. One step on the petticoat and down comes the sari. The modern Indian petticoat is reminiscent to a skirt made up of many A-line panels. This has the advantage of giving a slim silhouette and using less fabric. The other petticoat is 4 yards of 45 wide fabric gathered onto a 3-inch wide waistband. This is the one which can be used for hot weather or when you need to walk a lot. This gives a greater movement and more air movement.
 
Varieties of Indian Sari
Bandhani saree -
Banarsi saree -
Kanjeevaram silk saree -
Cotton printed saris -
Cotton handlooms -

Printed chiffon sarees -
Southern saree styles -
Embroidered saris -

And We Provide to you with the Best of the Above in India Attires 


Additional Information:

  • Item Code: 214079
  • Production Capacity: AS PER CUSTOMERS REQUIREMENT
  • Delivery Time: 3-5 WORKING DAYS
  • Packaging Details: STANDARD

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  • Soft Linen Sarees With 5 Inch Zari Borders
  • Soft Linen Sarees With 5 Inch Zari Borders
  • Soft Linen Sarees With 5 Inch Zari Borders
  • Soft Linen Sarees With 5 Inch Zari Borders
Soft Linen Sarees With 5 Inch Zari Borders

Soft Linen Sarees With 5 Inch Zari Borders

Rs 630  / per piceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1000 per pice

Colorall
BrandIndia Attires
DesignPrinted
OccasionFestive Wear
TypeTraditional
Wash CareMachine wash
Cotton Typesoft linen
I Deal InNew Only
With BlouseYes
Do You Fulfill Sample OrdersYes
Choli:Choli, the tightly fitted, short blouse is worn under a sari. The choli evolved as a form of clothing in 10th century AD and the first cholis were only front covering; the back was always bare. Bodices of this type are still common in the state of Rajasthan. The choli is a tight fitting item of clothing, and adds a fashion statement to the sari. The sleeve length travels from full sleeves to half sleeves to sleeveless over a period of time. Cholis are often made of cotton or silk cloth and may or may not include a collar and sleeves. They are generally more tailored than simple knit tops, and may contain "feminine" details such as ruffles or embroidered decorations.A choli reveals more than it conceals. Its cut, color and the way it is worn would tell you about whether the woman is casual, carefree, bold, reticent or orthodox. It is a dead giveaway of a woman's attitude and personality.
What one needs in their collection is not a particular sari but superb blouses to go with it, because the blouse can make or break the look of a sari suggestions are beautifully embroidered blouses.
 
Petticoat:There is a petticoat, or a slip, which is worn under the sari that holds the sari in place. A petticoat is a skirt that is essentially worn under the sari.Petticoat is a waist to floor garment very similar to a lehenga or skirt, which is tied with the help of string or naada at the waist. A sari is wrapped over a petticoat. Petticoats are often made of cotton or polyester cloth. Usually a petticoat is of the matching color with sari. The sari is incomplete without a petticoat. The petticoat can be many in different varieties. They MUST have a firm waistband. Elastic will not do. One step on the petticoat and down comes the sari. The modern Indian petticoat is reminiscent to a skirt made up of many A-line panels. This has the advantage of giving a slim silhouette and using less fabric. The other petticoat is 4 yards of 45 wide fabric gathered onto a 3-inch wide waistband. This is the one which can be used for hot weather or when you need to walk a lot. This gives a greater movement and more air movement.
 
Varieties of Indian Sari
Bandhani saree -
Banarsi saree -
Kanjeevaram silk saree -
Cotton printed saris -
Cotton handlooms -

Printed chiffon sarees -
Southern saree styles -
Embroidered saris -

And We Provide to you with the Best of the Above in India Attires 

Additional Information:

  • Item Code: 354789
  • Production Capacity: AS PER CUSTOMERS REQUIREMENT
  • Delivery Time: 3-5 WORKING DAYS
  • Packaging Details: STANDARD

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  • Low Rate Daily Wear Soft Saree
  • Low Rate Daily Wear Soft Saree
  • Low Rate Daily Wear Soft Saree
  • Low Rate Daily Wear Soft Saree
  • Low Rate Daily Wear Soft Saree
  • Low Rate Daily Wear Soft Saree
  • Low Rate Daily Wear Soft Saree
  • Low Rate Daily Wear Soft Saree
  • Low Rate Daily Wear Soft Saree
  • Low Rate Daily Wear Soft Saree
  • Low Rate Daily Wear Soft Saree
Low Rate Daily Wear Soft Saree

Low Rate Daily Wear Soft Saree

Rs 975  / per picGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1000 per pic

FabricCotton
DesignPrinted
BrandIndia Attires
PatternPrinted
OccasionParty Wear
Colorall
Blouse Stitch TypeStitched
Wash CareMachine wash
Packaging TypeBox
Return Applicablet&c
Do You Fulfill Sample OrdersYes
Choli:Choli, the tightly fitted, short blouse is worn under a sari. The choli evolved as a form of clothing in 10th century AD and the first cholis were only front covering; the back was always bare. Bodices of this type are still common in the state of Rajasthan. The choli is a tight fitting item of clothing, and adds a fashion statement to the sari. The sleeve length travels from full sleeves to half sleeves to sleeveless over a period of time. Cholis are often made of cotton or silk cloth and may or may not include a collar and sleeves. They are generally more tailored than simple knit tops, and may contain "feminine" details such as ruffles or embroidered decorations.A choli reveals more than it conceals. Its cut, color and the way it is worn would tell you about whether the woman is casual, carefree, bold, reticent or orthodox. It is a dead giveaway of a woman's attitude and personality.
What one needs in their collection is not a particular sari but superb blouses to go with it, because the blouse can make or break the look of a sari suggestions are beautifully embroidered blouses.
 
Petticoat:There is a petticoat, or a slip, which is worn under the sari that holds the sari in place. A petticoat is a skirt that is essentially worn under the sari.Petticoat is a waist to floor garment very similar to a lehenga or skirt, which is tied with the help of string or naada at the waist. A sari is wrapped over a petticoat. Petticoats are often made of cotton or polyester cloth. Usually a petticoat is of the matching color with sari. The sari is incomplete without a petticoat. The petticoat can be many in different varieties. They MUST have a firm waistband. Elastic will not do. One step on the petticoat and down comes the sari. The modern Indian petticoat is reminiscent to a skirt made up of many A-line panels. This has the advantage of giving a slim silhouette and using less fabric. The other petticoat is 4 yards of 45 wide fabric gathered onto a 3-inch wide waistband. This is the one which can be used for hot weather or when you need to walk a lot. This gives a greater movement and more air movement.
 
Varieties of Indian Sari
Bandhani saree -
Banarsi saree -
Kanjeevaram silk saree -
Cotton printed saris -
Cotton handlooms -

Printed chiffon sarees -
Southern saree styles -
Embroidered saris -

And We Provide to you with the Best of the Above in India Attires 

Additional Information:

  • Item Code: 546321
  • Production Capacity: AS PER CUSTOMERS REQUIREMENT
  • Delivery Time: 3-5 WORKING DAYS
  • Packaging Details: STANDARD

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  • Printed Saree
  • Printed Saree
  • Printed Saree
  • Printed Saree
  • Printed Saree
  • Printed Saree
  • Printed Saree
  • Printed Saree
  • Printed Saree
  • Printed Saree
  • Printed Saree
  • Printed Saree
Printed Saree

Printed Saree

Rs 945  / per picGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1000 per pic

Print TypeDigital Print
Colorall
OccasionParty Wear
BrandIndia Attires
Workprinted
Wash CareMachine wash
Blouse FabricGeorgette
Do You Fulfill Sample OrdersYes

Indian sari is the most graceful ethnic outfit that is primarily worn by Indian women.
Accessories needed to be worn with a sari:· Blouse or a choli· Petticoat
Choli:Choli, the tightly fitted, short blouse is worn under a sari. The choli evolved as a form of clothing in 10th century AD and the first cholis were only front covering; the back was always bare. Bodices of this type are still common in the state of Rajasthan. The choli is a tight fitting item of clothing, and adds a fashion statement to the sari. The sleeve length travels from full sleeves to half sleeves to sleeveless over a period of time. Cholis are often made of cotton or silk cloth and may or may not include a collar and sleeves. They are generally more tailored than simple knit tops, and may contain "feminine" details such as ruffles or embroidered decorations.A choli reveals more than it conceals. Its cut, color and the way it is worn would tell you about whether the woman is casual, carefree, bold, reticent or orthodox. It is a dead giveaway of a woman's attitude and personality.
What one needs in their collection is not a particular sari but superb blouses to go with it, because the blouse can make or break the look of a sari suggestions are beautifully embroidered blouses.
 
Petticoat:There is a petticoat, or a slip, which is worn under the sari that holds the sari in place. A petticoat is a skirt that is essentially worn under the sari.Petticoat is a waist to floor garment very similar to a lehenga or skirt, which is tied with the help of string or naada at the waist. A sari is wrapped over a petticoat. Petticoats are often made of cotton or polyester cloth. Usually a petticoat is of the matching color with sari. The sari is incomplete without a petticoat. The petticoat can be many in different varieties. They MUST have a firm waistband. Elastic will not do. One step on the petticoat and down comes the sari. The modern Indian petticoat is reminiscent to a skirt made up of many A-line panels. This has the advantage of giving a slim silhouette and using less fabric. The other petticoat is 4 yards of 45 wide fabric gathered onto a 3-inch wide waistband. This is the one which can be used for hot weather or when you need to walk a lot. This gives a greater movement and more air movement.
 
Varieties of Indian Sari
Bandhani saree -
Banarsi saree -
Kanjeevaram silk saree -
Cotton printed saris -
Cotton handlooms -

Printed chiffon sarees -
Southern saree styles -
Embroidered saris -

And We Provide to you with the Best of the Above in India Attires 

Additional Information:

  • Item Code: 36965
  • Production Capacity: AS PER CUSTOMERS REQUIREMENT
  • Delivery Time: 3-5 WORKING DAYS
  • Packaging Details: STANDARD

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