Paithani is a variety of saree, named after the Paithan town in Aurangabad from the state of Maharashtra where this saree was first made by hand. Present-day Yeola town in Nashik, Maharashtra is the largest manufacturer of Paithani. These sarees are characterized by borders of an oblique square design, and a pallu with a Peacock design The kaleidoscopic effect is achieved by using one color for weaving lengthwise and another for weaving widthwise. Paithani is a saree made from silk and zari.
This ƒ??Queen of Silksƒ?� sarees is called so because only royals and aristocrats once wore it as it signifies the true spirit of Maharashtrian culture. Paithani Sarees are considered royalty. It holds a special place in the trousseau of a Maharashtrian bride.
Blouse Piece- YES, the saree comes with a blouse piece of 0.8 meters.
Paithani Saree is a much-treasured heirloom of any Maharashtrian lady passed down from mother to daughter. The lustrous weave makes for a joyful intermingling of hues that creates the delicate illusion of shifting colors. Paithani saree weave is like gara embroidery; it leaves no threads hanging. Some unique ways to style this saree include swapping the conventional blouse in favor of white shirts and jackets, well-cut tank tops, or a T-shirt for the pre-wedding ceremonies. If you wish to channel the royal grace of the fore, look to Maharani Chimnabai of Barodaƒ??s signature Nauvari drape, usually paired with a long jacket blouse. Brides can also choose to drape the saree like a gown, reminiscent of the style attributed to Suniti Devi, Maharani of Cooch Bihar.