Celebrate this festive season with hand-crafted silk sarees, rich with intricate details that spark joy.
Classy and comfortable styles that leave a lasting impression in boardrooms, at luncheons, and more
Our Promise To You
Exquisite, Authentic & Uniquely Yours
Every saree is an ode to art and innovation, with a contemporary twist and fresh designs for the next generation. From over a hundred craft clusters across the nation, we bring you a spectrum of colours, motifs, textures, and patterns. Together, we create a living legacy that is passed on from hand to hand. Sustaining livelihoods and traditions.
Shop By Fabric
Fine Fabric Narratives
Sarees available in Crepe
1 Saree styles available
Kanchi Thantha Varam
Certified pure zari and pure silk Kanjeevaram sarees from Taneira
In the Spotlight
Unique Indian block prints
Bold geometric shapes. Unique symmetrical designs. A masterwork of precision and detail.View All Ajrakh
Mesmerising patterns in earthy tones. An ancient printing technique from the heart of India.View All Bagh
Hand block prints renowned for Syahi (black) and Begar (red) colours. An art form from the famed Chippa Mohalla in Rajasthan.View All Bagru
Intricate designs with a rustic flair. A masterpiece of wax, dye, and skilful hands.View All Batik
Breathtaking light-hued prints on dark-hued backgrounds. The wizardry of resist printing with mud.View All Dabu
A symphony of freehand drawing and wooden block printing. A matchless craft with natural dyes, from South India.View All Kalamkari
Vivid outlines. Brilliant Colours. Vibrant prints. A centuries-old textile craft from Rajasthan.View All Sanganeri
Whimsical prints in playful pops of colour. Styles that embody the essence of summer.View All Prints
Best Online Shopping Site for Women Ethnic Wear
Level Up Your Style Quotient - Buy Women Ethnic Wear Online
The finest method to express your admiration for India's rich past and culture is via various traditional wear for women. Our nation is a melting point of cultures, each with a unique perspective on attire and accessories. In India, traditional wear for women varies every few kilometers, just as languages.