Since the very beginning, silk was considered to be a material possessed only by the elite class people of the society. Let us have a look at some of the varieties of wedding silk sarees that you will get to purchase here in India.
The sari named "Vivah Patu" entered the Guinness Book of world record as the world's costliest sari last year. It contained 11 paintings which were once made by Iconic Indian artist Raja Ravi Verma. The embroidery was made from real gold threads and used stones like diamond, emerald, ruby, yellow sapphire, topaz, pearl and coral. The sari was hand woven using double warp by 36 handloom workers at Kancheepuram. It weighs 8kg and was completed in 12 months costing INR 40 lakhs.