Kanchipuram saree : Tamil Nadu
- Made by craftsmen of Kanchi, a small village south of Bangalore, Kanchipuram sarees are demanded worldwide. The pallu and the body of the saree are in contrasting colors and filled with detailed designs. These designs are inspired by temples, idols, and scriptures. It may comprise of flowery butas, checks or stripes. It started as a nine-yard saree, but over the years it has been reduced down to six-yards with copper or metal zari embroidery.
Kanchipuram (also spelled as Conjeevaram, Kanjeevarum, Kanjiwaram, Kanjivaram, Kanjeevaram) is traditionally woven silk from the village called Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu, India.
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