The saree is a symbol of the rich heritage of our country.Vatikasaree’s unrivalled grace is why every woman should have at least one.
Vatika Sarees come in a wide variety of styles and colours and from throughout the country.
We have many different languages, cuisines, and even Saree styles, thanks to our diverse heritage. One Saree at a time, we will show you the many different regions of India through Vatika sarees.
The collection available at Vatika Sarees will give you an opportunity to experiment with new draping techniques.
Kanjeevaram Saree from Tamil Nadu
Kanjeevaram, once worn only in Tamil Nadu for weddings, are now widely worn across India for all sorts of festive and ceremonial occasions. All-natural mulberry silk gives these sarees a refined air. The sarees are given a characteristic gold colour, and temple and mythical symbols serve as inspiration. Carefully conveying the heritage value, Vatika Sarees has a rich collection of Kanjeevaran Sarees.
Dharmavaram Saree from Andhra Pradesh
Looking for a unique bridal wear? Vatika Sarees has one of the most popular types of Indian bridal saris, the Dharmavaram saree. Woven with a combination of two thread colours, giving each a unique shimmer. Weaving each saree by hand requires a significant investment of time and energy.
Vatika Sarees is a one-stop solution to all your fashion worries. The Collection includes Bandhani or Bandhej, an art and craft that is done by hand on textiles by families who have been involved in the industry for generations, as well as professional craftsmen trained in the technique. Historically, Gujarat and Rajasthan are those most closely identified with the bandhani art form. Bandhani is derived from the Hindi and Sanskrit terms bandhna and bandha, respectively, which mean “to tie” or “to bind.”
Tant Saree from West Bengal
At Vatika Sarees, every day is a festival, and that is why the collection ranges from festive wear to everyday wear. Tant is woven from a highly permeable cloth, making it suitable for use even in hot and sticky climates
Banarsi Saree from Varanasi
Royalty is no more just in the blood but in the attitude. This silk saree,from Varanasi, is famous for its intricate design, were originally made with genuine gold and silver threads, and worn solely by the royal family. Rule with a royal attire from the banarasi saree collection from Vatika Sarees.
As comfort is a determining factor, A vatikaChanderi Saree is a must have. As cotton is weaved in with the silk and zari, the fabric is incredibly breathable. Since it’s so sumptuously woven,Chanderi’s radiance is perfect for special occasions like weddings to show off this handloom weave’s decadent richness.
Pure Silk Saree, Pure Cotton Saree and Handloom Saree
The fabric of a pure silk saree is exceptionally fine, silky, and soft. Vatikasarees ensures that these sarees are designed to complement a woman’s lifestyle from sunrise to sundown. A Cotton saree isgentle on the skin. A handloom sari is woven on a shuttle-pit loom made of ropes, wooden beams, and poles. Direct procurement ensures a wide range of designs with no loss of authenticity, at a price only available at Vatika Sarees. It’s possible to find saris in a wide range of sizes and fabrics easily at Vatika Sarees.
Expert Consultant – Mr. Vivek Chachan (Vatika Sarees, Muzaffarpur)