Chettiar community residing in the Vanavasi town of Salem district, weaves these eye catching Vanavasi sarees.
The Paramakudi sarees are weaved by a community known as the Saurashtrians who migrated to the region of Tamil Nadu about 900 years ago.
The Manamedu sarees have earned their reputation for being durable and gorgeous cotton-zari sarees that imbibe the culture of South India.
Koorai Pattu Pudavai, hailing from Koorainadu, Mayiladuthurai, is a silk saree, where 'Pattu' signifies silk and 'Pudavai' refers to a saree in Tamil.
Used for home décor items that feature a plethora of kaleidoscopic patterns with florals, leaves & geometric patterns inspired by temple architecture.
The city of Dindigul is known for its handloom industry and the cotton and silk sarees that the Saurashtrian weavers design and create here.
Motifs of checks, stripes, geometrical patterns, birds, temples, flowers, leaves, fruits- name it and you’ll find it on the Thirubuvanam saree