Shot Blue Kanjivaram Silk Saree - D521(A)
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Shot Blue Kanjivaram Silk Saree - D521(A)

Regular priceMRP Rs. 18,400.00 (inclusive of all taxes)

  • Made in India
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  • Authentic Pure Silk
  • In stock, ready to ship

This Kanjivaram silk saree in a captivating shot blue hue showcases a novel and exclusive design pattern that runs gracefully across the entire drape, woven with a touch of mild silver zari for a subtle shimmer. The ensemble is beautifully paired with a complementing lime green blouse adorned with an eye-catching chevron pattern, adding a modern twist to the traditional attire. This saree blends the heritage of Kanjivaram weaves with contemporary aesthetics, making it an ideal choice for those looking to make a statement at any event. Pair it with silver or diamond jewelry to accentuate its elegance, perfect for sophisticated gatherings or celebrations.

Product Code: D521(A)
Fabric: Pure Kanjivaram Silk
Length: 5.5m Blouse – 80cm
Weight (approx): 800grams
Wash Care: Dry Wash
Delivery: 4 to 7 Business Days
Colours: Shot Blue 

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

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The Brand

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.

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