Angadi Silks

Market :-

Products :- Bridal Wear  Designer Wear  Fabric  Sarees  

Days Closed :- Open all days

Timing :- 10:00AM - 8:30PM

Phone :- 080-26638034

Address :- 514/39, 46th Cross, 5th Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore - 560011

Landmark :- Near Rajalakshmi Kalyana Mantapa.

Parking :- Available

Bus/Metro :- Jayanagar 4th Block Bus Stop

Price Range :- Rs. 300 onwards

Payment Methods :- Cash and Card

Sarees in Angadi Silks

Silks comes highly recommended for Kanjivaram sarees, Gadwal sarees and Benarsi sarees. They have their own manufacturing & designing unheir sarees are very distinct.

First of all, as you enter this spacious shop, you will be greeted byof the shop and the history of sarees and their origins as well.

Kanjivaram Sarees

TDue to the Mughal influence, majority of the old fabrics and saris have intricate patterns based on keri or paisley, flowers, latticework, arabesque and calligraphic designs and are typically devoid of human or animal motifs.vertical or horizontal lines designs while some have distinct floral patterns. Explore and make your choice. Angadi Silks brings out new collections  almost every mrice range between Rs. 5000 to Rs. 50000 a piece are on offer.

Certainly, the quality, design, colours and the gold used are of the highest standards.

Other Varieties of Sarees

Further, the 2nd floor has a great collection of Benarsi silk sarees, vulculum, tanchoi, jamdani, jacquard, and benares georgette sarees. In addition, they stock Gadwal sarees form Andhra Pradesh in cotton, silk and cotton mix, Ikkat, Pochampally, Patola and Gadchola sarees a fabrics are sourced form various States, the designs are indigenous.

Finally, the 3rd floor has more varieties of causal wear sarees. You will be truly amazed with the varieties of sarees available in Angadi Silks.

As a result of this extensive collection of ethnic sarees available in this store, we think this store is probably one of the best shops for traditional sarees in Bangalore.

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Nalli Silk

Welcome to the grandiose world of Kanjivaram silks! Nalli is a traditional silk sari chain of shops. What began as a small discount-dictated business in saris in 1928, is now a sari and fabric behemoth with branches across the country. You can find silks from every corner of the country in this shop, but if you go to Nalli, you must buy a Kanjivaram, especially if you don’t own one. Kanjivaram is a small village in TamilNadu where weavers spend at least 10-30 days to weave a sari in silk, depending on the intricacy of design. The 500-year-old cottage industry produces stiff heavy-weight mulberry silk saris, woven with three ply high denier threads. The silk thread is dipped in rice water and dried, and for the borders with heavy jari (gold),the thread is dipped in liquid gold or silver before giving shape to motifs like rudrakshams (rosary beads), malli moggu (jasmine bud) and gopuram (temple top), mayilkan (peacock eye) and koyilkan (nightingale eye). The double warp and weft stands out clear in the texture which lends itself to bright shades and strong designs. You will not find the peacock blues, Rani (princess) pinks, parrot greens, scarlet reds, mustard yellows, turquoise blues, and regal purples on any other silk saris in the world. Prices range from Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 1,00,000 each. There are different varieties of saris and dress materials. Silk and brocade material for blouses, readymade salwar suits and unstitched fabric for suits are also available. Salwar suits are priced from Rs. 3,000 to Rs. 45,000 each , while dress material such as georgette with gota-work will cost you Rs. 800 to Rs. 1000 a meter, whereas plain silk may cost Rs. 400 – Rs. 600 a meter. Nalli is a well known name silk saree shop in Bangalore.
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