Silk Saree of India

Indian Silk Saree stands number one among the world’s best saree, they contribute a majority in silk production. Silk as a fabric is of varied types. Indian is a well-known exporter of silk fabric. Different regions of India are famous for their silk with unique weaving techniques. At Pothys we have a varied range of silks from across India. Explore our collection to pull out the diva in you.

Banarasi Silk

Banarasi sarees are from Varanasi, a city which is also called Benares or Banaras. The sarees are among the finest sarees in India and are known for their gold brocade design, fine silk and opulent embroidery with intricate design because of these engravings are relatively heavy.

Pochampally Silk

Pochampally Saree is a saree made in Bhoodan Pochampally, Telangana State. These sarees have traditional geometric patterns in Ikat style of dyeing which are centuries old. Locally, Pochampally Ikat is known as Pogudubandhu. The intricate geometric designs make it look sumptuous.

Orissa Silk

Orissa silk has always been in the limelight for its fabulous execution and delicate finish. A wide variety of Orissa silk is woven both in silk and in cotton. The striking temple border known as the “Kumbha” is woven as a “korvai” on the borders. They are silk sarees from Sambalpur, Orissa

Mysore Silk

Mysore Silk is a trademark of Silk sarees produced by Karnataka State. This state’s sarees are indeed the ‘threads of elegance’. Explore stunning Mysore silk sarees from an exhaustive collection at Pothys. Mysore silks are nothing less than an extravagant affair.


Organzas are mostly a plain weave, sheer fabric traditionally made from silk. Synthetic filament fibers are used to weave modern organzas. Silk originated from the province of Zhejiang in China. Shop our organza silk saree which is super light and ethnic with floral pattern.

Dupion Silk

Dupioni (also referred to as Douppioni ) is a plain weave that is a crisp type of silk fabric, produced by a fine thread in the warp and uneven thread reeled from two or more entangled cocoons in the weft. It is slightly thicker, heavier, and with a greater slub. These silks of Varanasi give a rustic texture.

Rajkot Silk

Rajkot Patola Sarees are made from silks in Gujarat. The uniqueness of Rajkot is double ikat sarees with the usage of zari either in the pallu border or body. Soft and durable saree contributed immensely to ethnic handlooms with complex dyeing and pattern creation process. Motifs on these sarees have their own beauty and charm.

Tussar Silk

 Tussar silk sarees are silk-rich textured weaves from Bhagalpur, Bihar. Kosa Silk is the Sanskrit name of Tussar Silk. Suave, stylish and cooler fabric, are the Tussar silk sarees. Exquisite thread made from winged moth. Its texture and natural gold color are valued, which is unusually rich and deep.

Uppada Silk

Shine in Uppada silk saree originated from East Godavari, Andra Pradesh.

These silk sarees are defined by the length and breadth count of threads. They are known for their soft texture, durability, and lightweight. Usually weaves with cotton warp in non-mechanical techniques.

Venkatagiri Silk

Complement your ethnic wear with this scintillating combination of green and pink Venkatagiri silk with unique motifs on the body. Silk is woven in Nellore, Andhra Pradesh with elegant borders and eye-catching pallus. The Venkatagiri saris are mostly woven in silk accompanied by attractive prints, flora, fauna, and nature.

Visit our store to shop for all kinds of silk sarees in an exhilarating color combination. You can avail 5% to 50% discount this Aadi.

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