Collection: Maheshwari Cotton saree

Overall, cotton silk is a versatile fabric that combines the best qualities of cotton and silk, making it a popular choice for both casual and formal wear, as well as for home decor purposes.

The Maheshwari cotton saree is a traditional Indian garment made from cotton fabric. It is known for its unique combination of vibrant colours, intricate patterns, and delicate weaving techniques. The Maheshwari saree originated in the town of Maheshwar in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India.

Maheshwari sarees are characterised by their distinctive border designs, which often feature intricate motifs such as peacocks, flowers, and geometric patterns. The pallu (the decorative end of the saree) is usually adorned with intricate designs and embellishments.

Cotton is the primary fabric used in the making of Maheshwari sarees, making them lightweight, comfortable, and suitable for various occasions. The weaving process involves the use of a combination of cotton and zari (metallic thread) to create beautiful and durable sarees.

These sarees are  highly regarded for its elegance, versatility, and fine craftsmanship. It is a popular choice among women for both formal and casual events, and it is often worn during festivals, weddings, and other cultural celebrations.

The popularity of Maheshwari cotton sarees has spread beyond India, and they are now sought after by women around the world who appreciate the beauty and cultural significance of this traditional garment.