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traditional place of sari

While an international image of the modern style sari may have been popularised by airline stewardesses, each region in the Indian subcontinent has developed, over the centuries, its own unique sari style. Following are other well-known varieties, distinct on the basis of fabric, weaving style, or motif, in South Asia:

     Central styles

    Chanderi sari – Madhya Pradesh
    Maheshwari – Madhya Pradesh
    Kosa silk – Chhattisgarh

     Eastern styles
     Jamdani sari of Bangladesh

    Sambalpuri saree silk & cotton – Sambalpur, Orissa
    Ikkat silk & cotton – Bargarh, Orissa
    Tangail cotton – Bangladesh
    Jamdani – Bangladesh
    Muslin – Bangladesh
    Rajshahi silk – Bangladesh
    Tussar silk – Bihar
    Mooga silk – Assam
    Tant famous Bengali cotton – Shantipur, West Bengal
    Dhaniakhali cotton – West Bengal
    Murshidabad silk – West Bengal
    Baluchari silk – West Bengal
    Kantha silk & cotton saris – West Bengal
    Khandua silk & cotton –Nuapatna, Odisha Saree Store, Cuttack, Orissa
    Bomkai/Sonepuri sari silk & cotton – Subarnapur, Orissa

    Bomkai sari of Orissa

    Berhampuri silk – Bramhapur, Orissa
    Mattha or Tussar silk –Mayurbhanj, Orissa
    Bapta silk & cotton –Koraput, Orissa
    Tanta cotton –Balasore, Orissa
    Shantipur cotton – West Bengal
    Phulia cotton – West Bengal
    Tant saree – West Bengal
    Garad saree – Murshidabad,West Bengal

   Western styles
    Kota sari

    Paithani – Maharashtra

    Bandhani saris of Gujarat and Rajasthan

    Bandhani – Gujarat and Rajasthan
    Kota doria Rajasthan
    Lugade – Maharashtra
    Patola – Gujarat

     Southern styles

    Mysore silk saree- Karnataka
    Kanchipuram sari (locally called Kanjivaram pattu) – Tamil Nadu
    Kumbakonam – Tamil Nadu
    Mundum Neriyathum – Kerala
    Half saree of entire-South India 
    Thirubuvanam – Tamil Nadu
    Thanjavur – Tamil Nadu
    Madurai – Tamil Nadu
    Coimbatore cotton- Tamil Nadu
    Arani pattu – Tamil Nadu
    Chinnalapattu -Tamil Nadu
    Kandangi Seelai- Tamil Nadu
    Sungudi Seelai -Tamil Nadu
    Chettinadu cotton- Tamil Nadu   
    Pochampally Sari – Andhra Pradesh
     Banarasi sari

    Venkatagiri Sari – Andhra Pradesh
    Gadwal sari – Andhra Pradesh
    Guntur – Andhra Pradesh
    Narayanpet – Andhra Pradesh
    Mangalagiri – Andhra Pradesh
    Balarampuram – Kerala
    Mysore silk – Karnataka
    Ilkal – Karnataka
    Molakalmuru silk saree – Karnataka
    Dharmavaram silk saree-Andhra pradesh
    Puttapaka Sari - Andhra Pradesh

    Northern styles

    Banarasi – Uttar Pradesh
    Shalu – Uttar Pradesh
    Tanchoi – Uttar Pradesh
    Phulkari Saree - Punjab

  

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