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Fashion and its definition can change but the love for traditional sarees can never go! WedAbout will guide you through your fascinating journey. Explore different sarees from various regions of the country. These are a must-have for your trousseau. Wear these Traditional Sarees and look like a stunner every time!

1. Benarasi

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From the holy city of Varanasi, Benarasi sarees are made from fine woven silk. The Traditional Sarees take up to 15-30 days to finish. The intricately woven weaves are inspired by Mughal designs. Traditional Indian jewellery goes extremely well with Banarasi sarees. These can make you look picture perfect.

2. Kanjeevaram Traditional Sarees

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Most desirable and expensive Traditional Sarees, these were traditionally made at Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. It comprises of traditional temple motifs such as the vanki, sun, jasmine and moon. These days brides are wearing it the Bollywood style. They are teaming it up with dangling gold earrings. Let this mantra be your secret!!

3. Jamdani

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This is a speciality of West Bengal. This is the oldest weave and a must have in your trousseau. The process of making these sarees is extremely time-consuming. The saree is intricately handwoven. It is in a muslin fabric for the shadow effect making use of a counter coloured thread. Team it with a long golden chain to look more beautiful.

4. Kantha

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Kantha is a type of an embroidery done in West Bengal and Orrisa. Kantha sarees are very ethnic and you are sure to fall in love with. This time keep it simple. Just team it up with black metal jewellery, you will love it even more!

5. Mysore Silk

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These Traditional Sarees are very rich. They boast of deep-rooted origins from South India. It is primarily made of Mulberry silk. When worn with temple jewellery, you are sure to have all eyeballs on you!!

6. Bandhani Saree

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Belonging to the Rajasthan-Gujarat area, these are a tie and dye Traditional Sarees with unique print and patterns. It comes in different colours and all possible materials. They are good for both the daily basis and special occasions. When embellished with thread and mirror work. Accessorize it with Kundan jewellery. This look will surely be a hit!!

7. Sambalpuri Saree

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With its origins in Orissa, these gorgeous looking Traditional Sarees are warp tie-dyed before the weaving procedure. Traditional motifs like flowers, wheels and shells are used. It boasts of intricate ikat weave. For the perfect look wear tribal or beaded jewellery, wooden necklaces or silver plated jewellery.

8.Kota Doria Saree

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This Rajasthani saree is perfect for the hot climate as it is very lightweight. You can wear it with a pearl necklace and earrings to enhance the look of your Traditional Sarees!!

So it’s time to pack your trousseau box with these gorgeous looking traditional sarees, certainly, a must have!

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Ankita Rai
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