Handwoven pure Gadwal silk saree in red color with zari checks and wide zari border

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Handwoven Red pure Gadwal silk Saree is available with Shop With Shanti Inc.The saree comes with zari checks in the body and running blouse piece.It has golden zari border with blue and zari designed pallu.They are light weight and easy to drape.This saree sourced from a prominent hand loom from Gadwal District,Telengana, India.This elegant saree give you an ethnic feel and rich look.

Saree color :Red with blue
Occasion : Festive/Party/Casual
Material :Pure Silk
Saree Length : 5.5 meters
Blouse Length: 0.80 meter
Blouse Color:Running

Note*: color may vary due to photographic effect

Wash & Care:

*Dry Clean
*Refold these sarees from time to time to avoid fading on the creases
*Do not store them with sarees of other materials.Store them separately
*Try to keep them wrinkle free
*Never dry the saree under direct sun
* Always iron on medium heat and do not spray water while ironing as it might leave a stain
*Store them folded and wrapped in a pure cotton cloth as this would allow thesaree to breathe
*Store them in a cool and dark place in the cupboard to avoid discoloration


India: Once you purchase,processing time for shipping is 3 to 5 business days and you will receive the Item in 3 to 4 business days for all over India
International: Once you purchase ,processing time for shipping 3 to 5 business days and you will receive the items with in 5 to 7 business days.

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About Gadwal saree:

Gadwal sari is a handcrafted woven sari style in Gadwal of Jogulamba Gadwal district in the Indian state of Telangana. It was registered as one of the geographical indication from Telangana by Geographical Indications of Goods. They are most notable for the Zari on the saris. The sari consists of cotton body with silk pallu which is also given a new name as Sico saris. The weave is so light that the saree can be packed in a matchbox.The Brahmostsavas of Tirupati begins with the Gods idol being adorned with gadwal Saree.