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Light Yellow Kanjivaram Silk Saree - DJ249
Regular priceMRP Rs. 20,400.00 (inclusive of all taxes)
Made in India
Authentic Pure Silk
In stock, ready to ship
We have 2 in stock!
The blight yellow body of this kanjivaram from pashudh saree paints a festive canvas with a myriad of intricate geometric patterns, beautifully juxtaposed with eye-catching bright green buttas. The border, in a harmonious light yellow, is adorned with majestic paisley motifs and other traditional patterns, all intricately woven in luminous gold zari, capturing the essence of grandeur associated with Diwali celebrations. The pallu is a work of art in itself. The iconic "mayil kann" design, symbolizing the peacock's eye, dances gracefully across it, punctuated by majestic temples - a nod to the rich heritage of Kanchipuram. To complete this festive ensemble, the saree is paired with a plain light yellow blouse, with a matching border. Drape yourself in Pashudh's festive Kanjivaram silk saree and let the authentic beauty of pure Kanchipuram silk elevate your Diwali celebrations. Perfect for those who seek a blend of tradition, luxury, and festive fervor.
Product Code: DJ249 Fabric : Pure Kanjivaram Silk Length: 5.5m Blouse – 80cm Weight (approx): 960 grams Wash Care: Dry Wash Delivery: 4 to 7 Business Days Colors: Yellow
Please note that the dimensions of our box are as follows: Width - 9.5 inches , Height -13.5 inches . The Dimensions including the outer packaging: Width: 12 inches and Height : 18.5 inches
Note: The actual product color may slightly vary from the image depending on device you use and it’s screen settings as every monitor and screens have different capability to display colors.
Pashudh aspires to present the magic of our looms before the world, with a level of finesse and elegance that has never been seen before. Furthermore, we wish to communicate our love for weaving silk sarees and our legacy through our products. One day, we hope the global community would think of Pashudh every time they think of silk sarees.