As an ardent fan of Telugu weddings, I have always admired their traditional sarees worn by brides on their weddings . Be it the pure full gold sari pattu sarees to ravishing sworovski stones embossed pattu sarees, they excel in the art of hand weaving . One such Artistic wonder is the Gaddwal handwoven art.


Geographically originating from Gadwal district in the Indian State of Telungana, the art of Gadwal sari craft dates back to two hundred years ago. Handwoven by the people of Gadwal, in fine cotton with pure zari borders. The borders are distinctively contrasted from the body of the saree. As the Gadwal people main source of income is the weaving of these silk saree they put their heart and soul to it we must say.


This impeccable traditional sari are cotton material. The most notable is the zari on the sari, it is woven in such a way, the sari consist of cotton body with thick silk pallu contrasting the shade in the body giving the whole sari that statement look .

As we all live in a country with instantly changing weather conditions, mostly summer, the Gadwal sarees are light as a feather , appropriate for hot and cold climate. As they say, the full Sai can be folded and kept inside a match box .


As kancheepuram sarees are the classic choice of every south indian bride, Gadwal sarees are a choice of many mother’s of the bride , As they work hard running around the mill to make the wedding perfect , this light weight ethnic sari boasts it’s power on wedding festives.

The most important occasion to be mentioned is the Tirupathi Brahmastavas begins with the God Idol being adorned with the Gadwal weave sari.


Feather weight and admirable zari patterns with well contrasting big silk borders, as I emphasis on the contrasting borders because of the intelligent take on this classic versus contemporary art. Featuring a fine cotton sari weaved seperately, interlocked with temple breed and pallu made out of pure silk, as the demand grows and generation changes , the weaving pattern of the Gadwal sarees are also evolved with the styles modernised and weaving pattern advanced.

Blouse pattern

The back breaking work of woven art by hardworking weavers can be worn with variety of Blouse Designs to enhance the charm of this occasional worthy silk.

*Embroidered elbow length blouse

*Heavy Kundan work on back and sleeve blouse

* Running blouse with cutwork sleeves

Are some of the blouse patterns to be paired with this Light Weight Masterpiece.

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