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Dazzle Everyone Around You In An Uppada Saree

These days, traditional sarees are very much in demand. Uppada Sarees have the ability to add an unparalleled grace and appeal to the wearer. Upadda silk sarees have a special place in the hearts of Indian women. It took about a decade for Uppada Sarees to get fame and acknowledgement since their emergence. Uppada is a small village, near to Kakinada, the coastal city of Andhra Pradesh. It is also known for the famous Uppada handloom silk and cotton sarees that have intricate geometrical and floral designs, and unique embroidery.

History of Uppada Silk Sarees

Uppada silk sarees are made using the old Jamdani method of saree weaving.This technique was introduced in late 20th century, where it included designs that became popular in Andhra Pradesh. The name Jamdani has been derived from Persian vocabulary. Jam is a flower and Dani refers to ‘vase’. Jamdani saree making was started in Bangladesh. WHen this technique reached south India, it was revived with some new innovations which led to the emergence of many different categories of sarees.

Uppada village is located 39 kilometers from Kakinada. A majority of the craftsmen involved in making these sarees come from Padmashali weaving community.Their sarees are known for their artistic zari work in their beautiful designs. Uppada Pattu sarees are very much in demand mainly because of the affordable price range. It comes in a very affordable price, not like any other silk sarees.

Types of Uppada Sarees

Plain Uppada Pattu Sarees

If you are looking for a plain simple saree then a solid Uppada Pattu saree would be a great choice. They are simple, classy and elegant and can be worn for any occasion.

Multi Color Uppada Sarees

In Uppada sarees, you can find rainbow colored designs as well. You can get any color very easily and a lot of women prefer multi-color designs. You can get either pain or zari work saree in this pattern both are appropriate for different occasions, so select accordingly.

Checks Uppada Sarees

Who doesn't love checks patterns in their outfits? If you are looking for a check patterned saree it is not at all difficult to find in Uppada sarees. Some sarees have the pattern in the form of Zari work as well.

Half and Half Uppada Sarees

Half and half sarees are different and unique. They may have two completely different patterns incorporated into a single saree. This gives a lot of scope for accessorization and styling.

All of these sarees are unique in their own ways and middle age and old aged women love wearing them because of the traditional touch. There are other Uppada sarees which have more contemporary designs.

Here are a few of these designs:

  • Big border Uppada sarees
  • Uppada Pattu saree with big Pallus
  • Uppada Cotton sarees
  • Uppada Pattu saree with Pochampally border

Famous Uppada Saree Fabrics To Check Out

Uppada sarees are weaved and developed in many unique patterns and different types of fabrics are used for these sarees. Some of them are:

Silk - Uppada Pattu sarees also called as uppada silk sarees. Pattu is simply a Telugu word for silk. Uppada sarees are weaved with cotton warp as we have already mentioned. There are several varieties of silk fabric that you can choose from.

Cotton - Uppada cotton sarees are very attractive and the best part is its border, which will generally have a unique design with intricate zari work and multi-color patch borders. This saree is perfect for any party or Pooja occasion.

Uppada Sarees For Different Occasions

Wedding - You must be familiar with Banarasi, Kanjeevaram sarees. Uppada Pattu sarees are also comparable to them. In fact many brides opt for this saree for their bridal attires.

Party - Uppada sarees have the typical sheen of silk fabric which makes them appropriate for party wear as well. Try to get rich, luxurious colors like red, yellow, dark green, blue, etc. They will be perfect for the day parties as well as evening functions. Team up your saree with matching festive jewelry made of gold or silver.

Pooja - If you are looking to wear a saree to a Pooja ceremony which is not too heavy, you can get a simple Uppada Silk saree and accessorize it with light jewelry. Add some flowers in your hair and you are ready to go.

How To Maintain Uppada Silk Sarees

While storing and cleaning Uppada silk sarees, you have to be a little careful. Don’t directly wash an Uppada Pattu saree with hot or warm water. Uppada sarees should be washed only with cold water. It's always better to get them dry cleaned.Don’t squeeze and do not twist the sare to avoid damage. Try not to let them stay under direct sunlight for long. Always iron and cover your saree with a cotton cloth even when kept in a cupboard.

Shop Online For Uppada Silk Sarees

You can give your loved one this lovely saree as a gift. They will surely adore them. Buy these sarees online at Meesho or you can resell them and earn money without any investment from the comfort of your home.

What is the starting price for Uppada Sarees?

The typical starting price for Uppada 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 904 Uppada Sarees on Meesho.

What are some of the alternatives to Uppada Sarees?

Here are some of the most popular alternative options to Uppada Sarees: Kota Sarees, Orange Silk Saree, Pink Banarasi Saree, Tant Saree, Blue Sarees,

How can I buy Uppada Sarees online?

You can browse over 904 options for Uppada Sarees online on Meesho. We offer free delivery, cash on delivery and hassle free returns on all of our orders.

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