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Kasta sari is one of the most stunning sarees worn by Maharashtrian women. It is made from a fine, hand-spun cotton or silk yarn. In this blog, we will see some of the most stunning kasta saris from different parts of Maharashtra. It is also referred to as Marathi sari because this saree originally came from Maharashtra. The original Kasta sari came in all shades of blue and black and was worn without borders and with the pallu in the front.

Flaunt Your Ethnic Identity with Kasta Sari

Women and saris share an inseparable bond, a reason why there are more varieties of saris than anything else. Kasta sari traces its origin to Maharasthra. Indigenous women wear this to religious, social, and cultural events. Meesho offers you unlimited reasons to shop for kasta saris online and drape yourself in nine yards of elegance.

What Makes a Kasta Sari Unique?

Kasta means 'tucking at the back.' Women wearing this stand out because of their unique, indigenous appeal. Since it is weaved from a single nine-yard cloth, it is also known as Nauvari sari. Some Maharashtrians also call this the sakachcha sari. And, don't be startled if you hear someone saying this as Akanda Vastra, as you do not need any other garment to support it. This sari is closely associated with history, as many women freedom fighters wore this to the battlefield.

Besides the history, the draping style of these saris also makes them unique. Generally, women living in Maharashtra and Goa wear these. But, the way they wear these saris are different from each other. For instance, in Goa, women wear the tight version of the sari. In contrast, Maharashtrian women wear it like a dhoti. You can drape a designer kasta sari in four distinct ways - traditional, brahmini or peshwai, contemporary, and contemporary dhoti. Irrespective of your draping style, the best saris can add elegance to your personality and help you to flaunt your traditional yet modern look.

When Can You Wear Kasta Saris?

Since these saris are traditional saris, you can wear them almost anywhere. But usually, women wear these to marriage functions, religious events, social gatherings, festivals, or cultural programs. You can choose from a wide range of styles, such as bhagalpuri, brasso, half and half, ikat, kasavu, kota, leheriya, maheshwari, etc. Although you can get them in many fabric types, cotton and silk are the most popular. 

Redefine Elegance and Style with the Latest Saris

These saris are simple, traditional, and elegant. You can comfortably wear them to any occasion and leave a legacy. Meesho offers the latest kasta saris at pocket-friendly prices for you to shop and flaunt your style. Check the trending saris now and fill your wardrobe in style.

What is the starting price for Kasta Sari?

The typical starting price for Kasta Sari 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 352 Kasta Sari on Meesho.

What are some of the alternatives to Kasta Sari?

Here are some of the most popular alternative options to Kasta Sari: Pochampally Pattu Sarees, Art Silk Sarees, Plain Saree, Lycra Saree, Kathpadar Saree,

How can I buy Kasta Sari online?

You can browse over 352 options for Kasta Sari online on Meesho. We offer free delivery, cash on delivery and hassle free returns on all of our orders.


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