This handloom Banarasi cotton saree, worn gracefully by the Queen of Drapes, Ms. Dolly Jain, embodies regal elegance. Its grey body, intricately woven with gold zari all over, exudes timeless beauty. The saree’s stunning pallu adds a touch of grandeur, making it perfect for special occasions. Each thread tells a story of the weaver’s skill and artistry. Ms. Dolly Jain’s choice highlights the ease of draping and timeless appeal, making it a true masterpiece of fashion.This gorgeous is available in multiple colours, and is expected to be delivered in 25-30 working days. For any further queriies, please whatsapp us. Regal Splendor: Behold the regal splendor of this handloom Banarasi cotton saree, adorned by none other than the Queen of Drapes herself, Ms. Dolly Jain. Its graceful grey canvas, embellished with intricate gold zari weaving, exudes a timeless charm that transcends generations. Pallu Extravaganza: The saree's exquisite pallu is a work of art in itself. With every fold and drape, it unfurls a story of craftsmanship and creativity. Versatility Redefined: This saree is not just a piece of clothing; it's a statement of versatility and elegance. It seamlessly transitions from casual gatherings to grand occasions, making it a versatile gem in your wardrobe. Timeless Craftsmanship:Each thread of this saree carries with it the legacy of skilled weavers, weaving a tale of timeless craftsmanship. It's a testament to the dedication and artistry that goes into creating such a masterpiece. Effortless Elegance: Beyond its intricate details and rich history, what truly sets this saree apart is its effortless draping. It wraps you in elegance without the fuss, letting you shine with every step you take.

Dolly Jain's Grey Handloom Banarasi Cotton SareeDolly Jain's Grey Handloom Banarasi Cotton Saree
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Our elegant collection of silk Benarasi Sarees are hand-woven by artisans who understand the value of traditions and follow them religiously. Each Saree is adorned with intricate silver or gold brocade/zari and made exclusively in a period of one to six months.