Bounded with rich culture and heritage, India is a fairyland for any saree lover. Here you can find different styles varying in different regions. Be it south, north, east, or west every state has its own soul residing in this six-yard of fabric. Ranging from Tant traditional saree from the land of Bengal showcasing thick border and beautiful prints to Kasavu from Kerala also called Settu saree with thick golden borders intricately woven with threads of real gold.Followed by the queen of sarees ruling gracefully known as Kanjeevaram sarees from Tamil Nadu traditionally woven with silk from the region of Kanjeevaram. Guided beautifully by yet another Paithani sarees from Maharastra adored with handwoven silk with zari borders and contrasting motifs. Signifying the word "Bandhan" meaning ties refer to tie and dye process Bandhani sarees from Gujarat and Rajasthan has its own place in the hearts of Indian women. Last but not the least, Banarsi sarees from Varanasi a significance of royalty and power. Best know for gold and silver zari designs and motifs, often seen worn on auspicious days and occasions.