India is home to one of the world’s largest and diverse weaving traditions. We celebrate our life’s journey with festivities and mark every occasion with love, laughter, food and clothes. The country’s religious beliefs may vary but at the crux of its heart lies an abundant thirst to spread joy.
One of our grandest celebrations is the wedding. The bridal collection not only boasts of the wedding sari but also a trunk full of other saris packed from the bride’s house. When it is celebrations, the first thing that comes to mind is colour. Today, we bring you the colours of Kanjivaram Silk Sarees and its meaning.
The city of thousand temples established by the Pallavas is known for its splendid architecture. One will be astounded by the art that thrives in the form of temples and more. The weave of Kanjivaram has imbibed the senses from the surroundings. Here, you will find heavy bridal kanjivarams woven with austerity and pious attention to detail.
Each colour is dedicated to an emotion. Let us find the colours that a south Indian bride will love and choose for her wedding.
How to Choose Your Colour?
There are two distinct schools of thought-forms for choosing the right bridal Kanjivaram Silk Saree colour. You can either go traditional and pick favourites like Reds, Oranges, Golds or choose a contemporary colour. It is always a good decision to sit back and take a grounded stand as your wedding saree is going to be extremely personal, so choose a colour that defines your heart and your soul.
Red Bridal Kanjivaram Silks:
The city of Kanchipuram makes special pattu sarees in red and orange that are known for being auspicious. The red colour is associated with love, passion and eternal bonding. A bride carries the traditions of the land with her, as she steps into a newer role. We ask you to buy your favourite red coloured bridal kanjivaram from our wedding collection and make your muhurth more special.
Yellows & Orange Bridal Kanjivaram Sarees:
Every colour has significance in the Kanjivaram Silk Sarees. The colour orange is calming than the bright red. Brides choose this colour as it denotes positivity. The energy vibe emanating from this colour is different. Orange coloured Kanjivaram can be paired with contrasting blouses to make it look super amazing. Also, did you know that this colour is associated with intelligence?
In Hinduism, the colours have been associated with gods and goddesses. Similarly, Kanchipuram weavers associate each colour with a god. The colour yellow is closely connected to the sun god. The colour yellow denotes warmth, an austere glow of positivity, and its energy is that of optimism. As a bride, we ask you to choose the colour yellow as you will bring loads of light to your life. We wish you all the love in the world as you serenade in a bright yellow kanjivaram silk saree on your special wedding day.
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White Bridal Kanjivaram Silk Sarees:
Telugu brides, Bengali Brides, and Kannadiga brides wear white and look so amazing. The Kanchi Silk sarees woven in White colour are known for their pristine aura. This colour is associated with peace, purity, and simplicity. A south Indian Kanjivaram silk saree made in white has many religious beliefs imbibed in it.
Green Bridal Kanjivaram Silk Sarees:
Originating in the South Indian town of Tamilnadu, Kanchipuram is known for its silk sarees. Woven by weavers who are descendants of Sage Markhandeya, the bridal sarees are very close to the Kanchipuram weavers. The silk sarees are the main source of income for this cluster of weavers. In this edition, we see the colour green. The green coloured Kanjivarams are known as a traditional colour of fertility and new life. Choose your favourite colour of bridal silk sarees from singhanias.
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