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While each type of saree has its own unique appeal, there is no match for the exquisite beauty of handloom sarees. From the texture to the quality of weave, a handloom saree gives you the most sophisticated look of all. Pick from the best quality handloom silk sarees and handloom cotton sarees, all handcrafted to perfection. Our unique selection will give you some of the best options at affordable prices.

Handloom Sarees

Our country boasts a long and rich history of handicrafts. For centuries, saree making was done entirely by hand. The word ‘handloom’ refers to the process of making textiles in which a manually operated loom machine is used. Handloom sarees are made by artisans and craftsmen and each saree is one of a kind. These sarees do not have the finish of a mass-produced saree. And that is what adds to their beauty. 

If you are planning to buy a handloom saree for yourself, you might find yourself overwhelmed. There are so many varieties and styles to consider. So, today we will break down the major types of handloom sarees that you should check out.

Banarasi Handloom Sarees

Banarasi sarees are the very definition of magnificence. While you can easily find Banarasi silk sarees online in abundance, handloom Banarasi is not as easily available. You can distinguish them from the finish and texture. Red Banarasi handloom sarees with golden zari work on the border and Pallu is one of the top-selling designs in India. Other popular color combinations are pink and blue, red and white, etc.

Kanjeevaram Handloom Sarees

Kanjeevaram or Kanchipuram silk sarees from South India are considered to be the most exquisite of all sarees in India. Made from the topmost quality silk fabrics, handloom Kanjeevaram sarees have no match in beauty and elegance. The combination of golden with bright colors looks absolutely charming. These traditional weaves are the pride of South Indian women and are passed down from generation to generation.

Chanderi Handloom Sarees

Chanderi, a small town in Madhya Pradesh was popularly known as the ‘town of looms’ in the medieval age. This is where the famous Chanderi sarees originated. Even today, families of weavers are engaged in the art of saree making. Chanderi handloom sarees are lightweight, soft, and extremely beautiful to look at. You can flaunt these beauties at any function or festival.

Handloom Cotton Sarees

There is a reason why Indian handloom cotton is now world-renowned. The quality of the handloom fabrics is class apart. And when made into a saree, the result is something truly astonishing. Once you add a cotton handloom saree to your collection, you will want to wear it all the time, especially in the summer. Online daily wear cotton sarees, handloom sarees are best for daytime events in the summer season.

Handloom Linen Sarees

Linen fabric resembles cotton in a few ways. But the texture is quite different. Handloom linen fabric is ideal for the hotter months and keeps you cool and comfortable. In fact, some prefer linen over cotton just for the comfort factor. Linen handloom sarees have the perfect lightweight texture and sophisticated look. Make sure you get at least one piece in dark, earthy colors with botanical patterns.

Khadi Handloom Sarees

Do not underestimate the power of our good old Khadi. When cotton or silk threads are spun by hand using a traditional Charkha, the resulting fabric is called Khadi. Khadi sarees had been largely ignored for the last few years. But recent years have seen a revival in the handloom Khadi sarees. Whether it is silk or cotton or jute, the beauty of a handloom Khadi saree will always be unmatched.

Shop For Handloom Sarees Online At Affordable Prices 

It's time to embrace the beauty of tradition. Try something completely new this season with our handloom saree collection. Our collection includes some of the most breathtaking handloom saree designs including Banarasi silk, Kanjeevaram silk, Mysore silk, Chanderi silk, Bengali cotton, and more. You can also choose from a range of saree blouses to go with your sarees. Don’t forget to check out our jewelry collection for the best silver and gold jewelry sets. 

What is the starting price for Handloom Sarees?

The typical starting price for Handloom Sarees is Rs. 355. However, they come in a number of price ranges, depending on the quality of the fabric and the work. You can browse over 18326 Handloom Sarees on Meesho.

What are some of the alternatives to Handloom Sarees?

Here are some of the most popular alternative options to Handloom Sarees: Ruffle Sarees, Mirror Work Sarees, Sambhalpuri Saree, Blue Silk Sarees, Stitched Saree,

How can I buy Handloom Sarees online?

You can browse over 18326 options for Handloom Sarees online on Meesho. We offer free delivery, cash on delivery and hassle free returns on all of our orders.

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