The Paithani sari has its origins in antiquity, hailing from the royal dynasties of the medieval town of Paithan near Aurangabad. Named after the town, the sari is believed to have been originally made with the finest threads and zari that was sourced from Banaras. This sari signifies years of superfluity and the finesse of Indian handloom, and every piece is characterised with the luxurious and liberal use of gold, as well as floral and bird-inspired motifs.
Saree length : 5.5 meter
Blouse piece : 0.8 meter
Fabric : Blended silk
Time to ship : 3-8 working days
Exchange Policy : Within 2 days of delivery
Return Policy : Within 2 days of delivery