All You Need To Know About Korvai Kanjivaram Silk Sarees!
Silk Kanjivarams are highly revered, as the modern Indian woman puts handlooms over synthetic sarees. A simple silk Kanjivaram woven in the looms, crafted by weavers from the city of thousand temples is worth more than any power loom saree.
You can now buy a bridal Kanjivaram silk saree online securely. Do not ever worry about the authenticity of the saree; our team has put together a beautiful collection that connects the weavers with the discerning clientele.
Kanchipuram is the heart of Silk weaving traditions in India. One will be astounded by the number of families who practice this skill. The technique has travelled from one generation to another, and it is evident as it still reigns as the queen of silks. Silk Kanjivaram Saree is made of high-quality silk threads and zari (gold or silver).
In this blog, we will look at the Korvai Bridal Saree collection.
What is Korvai?
The Tamil word ‘Korvai’ means ‘In Sync’. As simple as it sounds, this ancient method is the true symbol of the Kanjivaram silk saree and Yes, at Singhania’s we are very proud of our Korvai collection.
In weaving a Korvai saree the weaver is manually attaching the body part of the saree with the borders. This saree is again attached to the pallu portion. The Korvai saree is where the contrast coloured weft of the borders interlink with that of the body. Two weavers sit opposite each other to weave the Korvai saree. This interlocking method requires a three shuttle loom and thus becomes the hallmark of the Kanjivaram weave.
Why Korvai Bridal Kanjivaram?
The Korvai Kanjivaram Silk Saree embodies years and years of tradition. In its folds, we find the true essence of the Kanjivaram Silk Saree. The elaborate pallu, the timeless borders and the traditional colours are all a testament to the vintage charm of the Korvai Kanjivaram Silk Saree.
The Korvai Colour Palette:
Korvai Bridal Kanjivarams has a special place in our wardrobe. Bold contrasting colours are a distinct feature of Korvai Kanjiavarams. Our team has curated all the special Silk sarees in classic combinations. Our favourites are pink blue, red green, orange pink and more luscious shades. Each colour adds a new flavour. A symbolic representation of the vintage charm of this technique.
How do you find the authenticity of Korvai?
In the bridal Kanjivarams, the Korvai is the traditional technique that carries the oldest beliefs. It's very important to know that you picked the right one. The handcrafted saree will have slight alterations, which is the first and foremost thing to notice. Run your fingers along the joining of the borders, you will feel knots and mild imperfections. This is the symbol of a true korvai.
Contrasting colours that are bright and breathtaking is another hallmark symbol of Korvai bridal saree.
You can find the beautiful Korvai collection here!
Types of Korvai Borders:
There are many reasons to choose Korvai Kanjivaram for your wedding. But the best reason to do so is to choose the rooted tradition of the land. You will hold one of the oldest weaving techniques close to your heart, and we know that you won’t regret it.
In this pattern, both the body of the saree and the border is interlocked with a plain interlocking and knots running along the length of the border.
There are three types of Rekku Borders. You will find broader temple motifs joining the border and the body of the saree which is known as Thalamppu Rekku. The Gopuram Rekku is depicted as a temple pattern. The seepu rekku is style woven in the borders of the saree. This comb style type of Korvai is famously seen in vintage kanjivarams.
Explore a wide range of Korvai Kanjivarams from our collection and choose your favourite Silk saree for your wedding day.
Why Do We Love?
At Singhania’s, we curate every saree that you see based on the traditional weaving traditions of this land. Here, we regard a wedding as the union of two souls. So, our wedding collection is filled with traditional sarees that celebrate the weave of this land. Rooted yet contemporary, we want our brides to carry the traditional Indian sarees with pride.