Why Embroidery Saree are Most Sought After
India, a vibrant land known for its diversity, is equally known for its craftsmanship in embroidery/ kadhaai. An embroidery saree surely enhances the magnificence and elegance of a saree, and why won’t it? Sarees are hand-embroidered with each thread, each embellishment sewed carefully with care, keeping in mind the culture and traditions that a saree embraces. Each embroidery saree takes days of dedicated work with immense patience and precision by the talented designers and artisans who have been in the field of making every saree unique and beautiful for generations.
Embroidered Sarees Collection
We, here at Kreeva, celebrate and embrace our country’s heritage and take pride in our immense online collection of designer embroidered sarees. Whether you’re looking for the latest heavily embroidered sarees or traditional hand-embroidered sarees, we have it all at our online hub. Shop online with us for the latest and the trendiest sarees and blouses.
Don’t like to follow the trend? Our collection of traditional embroidered sarees is just as vast!
Shopping embroidered sarees online, especially for a fast-approaching occasion, can be quite a task! Kreeva believes in bringing only the best to you. We understand the need for a saree to be not only pretty but of great quality too and provide a wide range of heavily embroidered sarees & sarees with the latest embroideries all at one place- at our online store Kreeva. We share our love for ethnic wear with our customers by providing them with embroidered sarees from all the regions of the country under one roof.
Embroidered Sarees Which You Must Own
The diversity of our country surely reflects in wide varieties of embroidered sarees. Whether it is Chikankari work from nazaquat-e- Lucknow, or Kantha work from the state of West Bengal, we are known for highlighting the beauty and tradition of every region. Odisha is known for its simplified beauty, Phulkari work is known for its stunningly colorful motifs and flowers from the state of the five rivers Punjab, Rajasthani patchwork consists of pieces of cloth sewn together to leave a beautiful design, Kashikari work and Aari work or Crewelwork from the land of Kashmir, which was inspired by the Mughals and the Persians, is a craze around the globe even today, and all of them are certainly a feast for the eyes.