Banarasi Lehengas have become immensely popular and has taken the wedding circuit by storm. From brides to bridesmaids, everyone prefers to wear a Banarasi Lehenga during the wedding. It has replaced the other outfits that were previously popular during weddings and has had the lion’s share of popularity over the past years.
Considered to be royalty among sarees, Paithani Sarees is known as the “queen of silks”. This fine weaved silk heirloom earned its name from the city of its origin, that is, Paithan in Aurangabad. Dominating the world of sarees since the second century AD and second century BC, this masterpiece of work still remains a treat to the eyes. Paithani sarees holds a treasured place in the trousseau of a Maharashtrian bride. But now it also has earned a place as a classic wedding saree for mothers. The Paithani weave was, in fact, a tapestry weaving technique at first and later came to be used for weaving sarees