K.B. Saravana Silks is one of the leading manufacturers of pure wedding Sillk Sarees in kanchipuram. We are having an exclusive showroom located in the famous Gandhi road in Kanchipuram for 100% Pure and Genuine Silk Sarees, where you find wide range of original Kancheepuram Silk Sarees, hand picked from our own looms. We also prides itself on an exclusive Bridal collection whose designs are original and fresh, the quality being superlative and the pricing being absolute value for money.
We have all kinds of Pure Wedding silk sarees and zari silk sarees, Embroidery silk sarees,Light weight sarees, Reception Sarees, Silk Cotton, Soft Silks ,Traditional silks, Fancy Designer sarees etc, in our own hand looms at the most reasonable price.
We offers you a delightfully rich collection of both traditional and fashionable silk sarees that are sure to catch your eye. Our customers have always been our source of motivation. We have decade old customers who honor and trust our motto on quality. We have regular customers from all over the india.
Our Silk Sarees collectioon Range available From Rs 1000/- to Rs 60,000/-
Contact us to get unbeatable prices and Discounts. We have our own hand loom factory and weavers to make the best sarees from the beginning. Walk-into one of our showrooms to see the difference.
The beautiful designs on saree are woven with golden threads and borders. Generally the designs found on Kanchipuram sarees are sun, moon, mangoes, parrots, swans, lions, leaves, chariots, peacock etc. Sometimes the designs of temples are also found on Kanchipuram sarees. To weave the beautiful designs on saree, silk thread is dipped in liquid of silver and gold. Generally 57% of silver and 0.6% of gold is used to create this zari. This is the reason why these sarees are costly. Kanchipuram sarees are famous in India from last 500 years. These types of sarees are heavy weight and it takes nearly 15 days to weave one Kanchipuram saree. The saree is woven from the mulberry silkworm. The threads used to weave these sarees are dipped in rice water and then dried in sunlight.