The art of silk weaving, and making exotic dresses are known to India for a long time, which traces back to a time before 5000 years. It is a symbol of pristine opulence, where Gods, Kings, and other noblemen wore as the symbol of luxury. It is a symbol of prosperity, and good luck, as many people wear it on special occasions, weddings, and important festivals even now. The charm and love for a silk saree are always popular among women, and the specialty of this country is each state has a different tradition of weaving saree, making India, the paradise of silk.
Saree is a route to the culture, where the threads are reaped from the silkworm and are processed. To add to the luxury of the saree, original gold and silver threads are also added to the saree, making it a piece of perfect treasure, which can be even passed on to generations. The craze for a silk saree is because of its elegance, lustrous fabric, stunning designs, and motifs. Since time immemorial it is a part of the trousseau and a fundamental component of every celebration. Not only popular among women, but it is also worn by statues of Gods and Goddess. Precisely, it is a piece of garment, which holds together the glory of tradition, prosperity and is the symbol of the passion of a weaver to make a masterpiece.