Best Shops in Delhi for Sarees

Fabindia-GK N Block Market

A fine retail store for ready-made garments at affordable prices. Hand-woven and hand printed textiles is the USP of this exporter-turned-domestic retailer. Traditional craft-based techniques, natural dyes and contemporary designs lend an authentic look and feel to the salwar-kameez, skirts, tunics, shorts, stoles, churidars, Patiala-style salwars, dupattas, jackets, shirts and saris that are stocked in plenty . You can pick up a chic skirt and top with traditional Indian block print – it gives a modern, yet ethnic touch to the dress. Long and short kurtas with beautiful ethnic prints in a variety of colours and textures are a great attraction. Kurtas in mull (very soft cotton) with (vegetable dye block printing technique prints, in linen with exquisite embroidery and in silk and Chanderi cotton are all breathtakingly beautiful. Match them with normal salwars, churidars or Patiala salwars. They have a huge selection of dupattas available in Chanderi cotton, cotton, silk and wool. True sari lovers will love the stunning Chikan, Tussar and Maheshwari saris in woven silk and cotton prints, even though the prices are steep -upwards of Rs. 5000 per sari . A kurta costs about Rs. 400 each , while prices of skirts and tops, start at Rs. 700 and Rs. 500 per piece . The brand is now being extended to a select range of hand-crafted jewellery, personal and skin care products ,such as soaps, shampoos, conditioners, pure oils, moisturizers ,and organic foods such as pulses, flour, seeds, seasonings and herbal teas. There are a couple of more Fab India shops in the same shopping market . Both these stores stock a range of furniture such as beds, sofa sets ,book shelves and so on. There are home furnishing items and fabrics as well. Dining table covers & mats, ready made curtains, bed covers and bed sheets, cushion covers and towels are some of the items available in the store
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Meena Bazar- Shipra Mall, Indirapuram

Meena Bazar is a popular Delhi shop for ready to wear salwar kameez, party wear sarees , Anarkali suits and bridal wear lehengas. Meena Bazar has branches in several Delhi Markets and Malls. They have branches in cities other than Delhi also. Salwar Kameez in Meena Bazar They have both grand salwar kameez sets as well as casual wear salwar kameez sets. The price range would start from Rs 2000/piece to Rs 20000/piece. The casual wear salwar Kameez would typically be in chanderi silk or silk cotton fabrics . Printed salwar suits and salwar suits with embroidery work is available. In the party wear salwar kameez range , the sets are in georgette, Chnaderi silk ,Banarasi silk and so on. They are grand with a lot of sparkling zari embroidery. They have stylish and trendy designs as well as conventional ones also. Sarees Meena bazar is popular for it sarees. They stock quite a collection . Banarsi sarees, South Indian Silk sarees also known as Kanjivaram sarees and georgette sarees are all available. They are grand with embellishments and zari work. The collection is very sophisticated . They could cost between Rs5000/piece to Rs 30000/piece Lehengas + cholis(blouses) Grand lehenga pieces are available . Each is styled differently . There are select pieces .A red or a maroon lehenga with lot of beautiful flower motifs is popular. Designs could be varied, but they are typically done with gold zari. They would be in the Rs 20000/piece + range
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Deepika Padukone and Anushka Sharma, the 2 top leading Bollywood actresses have made a fashion statement by wearing a sarees at their respective wedding receptions in 2018. To think that the sari was a form of dress in the 2nd C and it has continued to be worn through the ages is a testimony to the fact that it is here to stay. Women all over South India, East Indian and western India wear sarees. Sarees are not the preferred garment in parts of North India, such as in Punjab & Kashmir.

Earlier, women wore skirts and a dupatta or a veil on top. Slowly   these2 garments merged to make a single piece of garment known as the sari. The sari is usually 5.5 meters or 6 yards in length and 2 meters wide. The nine yards saree is popular among older women in South India and the eight yard saree is worn by older women in Maharashtra.

The sari comes in a million varieties. Kanjivaram silk sarees, kanchi cotton sarees, Banarsi saees, Chanderi sarees, Paithani and patola sarees, Bengal cotton sarees, Bhandhini & bandhej sarees; in fact  there are about 1000s of varieties of sarees that are available in India.

In addition, the texture of the sari, the work done on the saree is itself very interesting and it differs from region to region.

The Kanjivaram silk has a rich border made with melted gold or silver. The Ikaat or the Pochampally saree is made in the tie & dye method. The bandhej is a dotted fabric & the leheriya has stripes all over and the chikan work sari has light embroidery done all over. The Dhakai muslin is the lightest fabric to be woven as a saree. Such is the incredible variety of saree available in India.

The saree is worn with a blouse.