Tussar Silk Sarees, also known as -Kosa' Silk Sarees, are made from silk obtained from several species of caterpillars, of the moth genus Antheraea. It is known as -wild silk', a name given because the silkworms breed on trees found in the forests of Jharkhand. The raw silk has a deep golden colour and is of good texture. Tussar Silk is mainly found in India, in the states of Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, and Bhagalpur in Bihar.
The woven Tussar Silk Saree has a coarse texture, is light on the body, airy and has a comfortable feel about it. However as a delicate fabric, maintenance requires a little care and attention, with dry cleaning of the Saree mostly recommended. Hand-woven Tussar Silk Saris are well known for their texture, zari borders and motifs and the hand crafted designs that enrich them.
The Tussar Silk Saree with fancy block prints, batik, Bandhani work on the Silk body and appliqus or embroidered patch work accompanying it, is a beautiful creation. Stylish north Indian half and half tussar silk saris having kantha embroidery and banarsi border are eye-catchers. They are well-suited for Indian weddings, and as bridal attire. Gold Bagru prints on the Tusser silk saree with a fine arrangement of kundans, sequins and beads and with an elegant pallu, make the Saree grand and also appeal fashionably. They are highly sought out for college parties, corporate conferences, traditional festivals, pujas and functions The tussar silk sarees with kasuti embroidery and having resham border is a classic. These are good for daily casual, corporate office, colleges, schools and traditional events. The Latest crepe georgette of kantha work with border and pallu having banjara embroidery is a stunner. The tussar silk sari of pulkhari embroidery embellished with kundans and sequins is gorgeous party wear. Most of the pure silk saris are heavily embroidered with patterns in the zardozi, nakshi, saadi, chikhan, ari, wasli, gota and kohra styles. They are grand creations fit for Indian weddings and bridal occasions. Richly woven banarasi saree embellished with kashmiri kashida or sozni work is an elegant affair suitable for similar occasions. Tussar silk is a durable fabric with natural gold sheen and has a great drape. It is also termed as kosa silk. Jarkhand, Chattisgarh and Bhagalpur are well producers of raw tussar silk in India. Tusser silk saris are less expensive when compared to pure silk sarees. Hand woven tussar silk saris are well known for their texture, zari borders and motifs. Hand crafted designs enrich the tusser silk sari. Tussar silk sarees embellished with fancy prints of block, batik, bandhini are magnificent. Appliqus or patch work of beautiful embroidery work on fancy tussar silk sari is charming. Stylish north Indian half and half tussar silk sari having kantha embroidery and banarsi border is eye-catching. They are well apt for Indian wedding, bridal occasions. Fascinating gold bagru prints on tusser silk saree decorated with kundans, sequins and beads with an elegant pallu is wonderful attire for college parties, corporate conferences, traditional festivals, pujas and functions. Unnati Silks, has trendy designs, attractive patterns, in pleasing colours and combinations in its wide collection of tussar silk salwar suits and Sarees, at very reasonable prices.
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