Handwoven Maheshwari Silk Cotton Saree  in Yellow with Silver Zari Border | Shobitam Saree | Maheshwari Saree
Handwoven Maheshwari Silk Cotton Saree  in Yellow with Silver Zari Border | Shobitam Saree | Maheshwari Saree
Handwoven Maheshwari Silk Cotton Saree  in Yellow with Silver Zari Border | Shobitam Saree | Maheshwari Saree
Handwoven Maheshwari Silk Cotton Saree  in Yellow with Silver Zari Border | Shobitam Saree | Maheshwari Saree
Handwoven Maheshwari Silk Cotton Saree  in Yellow with Silver Zari Border | Shobitam Saree | Maheshwari Saree
Handwoven Maheshwari Silk Cotton Saree  in Yellow with Silver Zari Border | Shobitam Saree | Maheshwari Saree
Handwoven Maheshwari Silk Cotton Saree  in Yellow with Silver Zari Border | Shobitam Saree | Maheshwari Saree
Handwoven Maheshwari Silk Cotton Saree  in Yellow with Silver Zari Border | Shobitam Saree | Maheshwari Saree
Handwoven Maheshwari Silk Cotton Saree  in Yellow with Silver Zari Border | Shobitam Saree | Maheshwari Saree

Handwoven Maheshwari Silk Cotton Saree in Yellow with Silver Zari Border | Shobitam Saree | Maheshwari Saree

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A peppy shades of yellow and a fresh hue of green come together in a lovely confluence that creates this beauty, handwoven in Maheshwari Silk Cotton. The silver Zari on the border, along with the teal and golden buttas on the contrast pallu, add just the right amount of richness to the saree, without making it too loud. The elegant thread buttas make a quiet appearance over the subtle body. One can just keep admiring this saree without being tired!

The saree comes with an unstitched green blouse piece with borders.

The saree is shipped with fall and pico (edging).

Note:

Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your device settings.

Handwoven articles might have minor irregularities in the embroidery/weave that are not to be considered defective.

About the Weave:
Maheshwar in Madhya Pradesh has been the home of one of India's finest handloom fabric traditions. Being the center of handloom weaving since the early 5th Century, the colorful Maheshwari saris rose to popularity under the rule of Maratha leader- Queen Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar. It was a gift to the royal guests, specially designed by the Queen herself, woven by the weavers from Mandu and Surat.
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