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Symbolic of the rich legacy of the country, Indian Sarees are the traditional nine yards of fabric that women in India have worn for centuries. Ranging from the simple handloom cotton weaves that are chic and legendary, to the contemporary and stylish modernistic versions, Saree is one Indian dress that would inevitably make you look every inch a poised Indian beauty that you are.

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The Saree is nowadays found in many different and stunning avatars. They can be minimalistic as well as extravagant. There are also many various styles of embroidery work and fabrics that can elevate the value of a saree to that of exquisite art pieces. 

Sarees for Different Occasions

Saree is a garment that accentuates the beauty of Indian women. Sarees are traditional but at the same time they are versatile enough to be worn at different occasions. One can wear a saree for important business meetings, a puja, festival, BFF’s wedding, or a social event. For that matter, each occasion calls for a different type of saree. Let’s have a look at some special and unique saree styles as per Indian woman taste and need. 

  • Festive Wear Sarees

    A moderately heavy saree in silk, georgette, light border and minimal embroidery let you shine at your festivals and small intimate gatherings. Bright, traditional and dark shades like magenta, maroon, olive green, red and deep blue never go out of style for festivals. Handloom, thread work and resham work saree are also a few beauty picks for festivals.
  • Simple Sarees

    Breathable fabrics like cotton, chiffon and crepe are what grab our attention for a simple daily wear saree. Light coloured sarees in sky blue, mint green and lemon yellow are comfortable to carry.
  • Silk Sarees

    Silk sarees with heavy golden borders, floral motifs, animal prints and paisleys are classic and evergreen. Beige, golden, green, red, mauve, rust and aqua blue silk sarees in georgette, handloom, tussar, brocade and banarasi easily steal the show at festivals and weddings.
  • Party Wear sarees

    If you are a bride-to-be or a bridesmaid, look no further than the designer, silk, net, lace, and ruffle saree options for your bold and glamorous statement. Millennial young ladies can opt for pre-pleated sarees, sarees with cape blouses, sarees with balloon sleeves blouses, ready to wear sarees or sarees with a belt to create a fusion look for their cocktail and office parties.
  • Wedding Wear Sarees

    Elaborate borders, shining heavy banarasi and silk fabric, royal zari embroidery, rich cut-dana and mirror work and such heavy royal work creations are great options for attending a wedding or even building your own bridal trousseau.
  • Printed Sarees

    Printed sarees in georgette, crepe and cotton are the most-loved styles and suit every body type. Geometric prints, leheriya prints, polka dots, leaves, flowers, birds, and paisleys look versatile and distinctive to enhance your personality.
  • Embroidered Sarees

    Embroidery of any kind plays a pivotal role in creating a captivating and astounding look for a saree. Hand-embroidery, chikankari, resham, zari, thread and 3D floral embroidery on sarees create a graceful impact and make the saree look subtle and timeless. Embroidery sarees reflect the rich heritage of Indian craft and look great for evening gatherings, festivals, and parties.
  • Chiffon Sarees

    Half and half sarees, thin border sarees and small print sarees in chiffon look fresh and attractive as regular and party wear saree options. Chiffon saree in monotone or multi-shade is also a charming style for daily wear.
  • Georgette Sarees

    If you wish to ditch the heavy fancy embellishments and make an elegant style statement, georgette sarees are the best bet. Georgette sarees are all time trending and an ideal choice for light as well as heavy occasions and events.
  • Net Sarees

    Net sarees are a contemporary update for your parties and functions. Net sarees in layers, frills, detailed embellishments, and sequins are lightweight and look appropriate for the celebrations of all kinds. The sheer factor of net sarees gives it a feminine appeal.
  • Banarasi Sarees

    Rooted in shades like red, golden, green, and mustard yellow; you can reflect royalty and traditional glamour in banarasi silk, banarasi georgette and banarasi handloom silk sarees. Exquisite banarasi sarees also come in light fabric like organza.
  • Bridal Sarees

    Bridal silk sarees in kanjivaram pure silk, banarasi silk, net, handloom and banarasi georgette stand out from the crowd. Brides can add their personal touch and tweak their draping style to modernize their traditional bridal saree in silk, organza, georgette, or net.

How to Wear Sarees?

Traditionally, the saree is usually worn by draping it lengthwise around the body, creating layers and pleats. It is wrapped around an undergarment known as the “petticoat”, which is fastened around the waist and a blouse, which is trimmed above the waist, leaving the midriff visible. This whole ensemble is collectively known as a Saree.

In India alone, there are more than 80 different ways to drape a Saree. This diversity of draping style is simple due to the diverse cultural heritage of India, where every tribe, caste, creed and communities have their own style of draping a Saree. 

Wearing a saree is considered a seriously tough task- especially by the beginners or the newly-weds. Well, the humble piece of cloth can look quite pretty, seductive and sassy depending on your saree draping style. So, we are going to make it simple with some handy and useful tips. And we bet, by the time we are done, you will be a complete pro in the saree draping world.

Necessary items needed for saree draping:

A Saree

A Petticoat

A Blouse

A Safety Pin


A Mirror

  • Step 1 - Arrange all necessary Items for Saree Draping

    Arrange in advance all what you would need to wear or use with a saree. For example, pins, accessories like footwear and ofcourse the blouse and petticoat. Ensure that your petticoat or under skirt matches with the tone of the saree.

  • Step 2 - Start Tucking in Saree

    Start with tucking in the saree in the petticoat before continuing to wrap. Start wrapping the saree around your waist and continue the first wrap till your navel. This will make sure that the saree and petticoat are even

  • Step 3 - Pleat Neatly

    Pick the other end of the saree, pleat it very neatly and place it over your left shoulder. And this is what you call the pallu or the palla of the saree. You can adjust the number of pleats. Few want broader pleats, while few women wish for a large number of narrow pleats; the choice is yours.

  • Step 4 - Adjust The Pallu

    Now the need is to adjust the pallu as per your required length and the number of pleats and all without disturbing the parts of sarees that are already tucked in, wrapped or adjusted. Once placed on the shoulder, there is a loose end or the other end of the saree that you need to hold on to

  • Step 5 - Tuck it Diagonally

    Take that and tuck it diagonally very much near the place where you finished the first round of the saree near the navel.

  • Step 6 - Remaining Part Pleat it Properly

    If you remember, there was fabric that was undone or remaining to be pleated. Grab that end now, pleat it properly and neatly just like you did with your pallu pleats and tuck in at the centre near the navel.

  • Step 7 - Pin up the Pleats

    After pleating, pin up all the pleats together and attach to the underneath skirt or petticoat using a safety. Now, there is no fear of your pleats opening up or coming out.

  • Step 8 - Spread the Pallu Over Arm

    You can spread the pallu out over your arm or leave it gathered- the choice is yours. You can adjust the uncomfortable or awkward gatherings for yourself

  • Step 9 - Fix the Shoulder Pallu to the Blouse

    Once again, the safety pin can be your best friend to fix the shoulder pallu to the blouse so that it doesn’t fall off

  • Step 10 - Finally Pin Your Saree

    So, we can see how dressing up in a saree is very easy and looks gorgeous on everybody. As the last step, you can pin your saree at more places if you wish to make it more secure.

Latest Style Of Saree Draping

The native dress of India- sarees is not only a traditional style but contributes towards many different fashions. Much like everything in the Indian fashion scene or Indian weddings, the timeless pieces are also getting modern touches through different styles of draping. Let’s have a look.

  • Butterfly Saree Draping Style

    Pleated long capes, jacket capes, bow details, ruffled sleeves or huge balloon sleeves gives a butterfly-effect to your saree look. It is said to be a slight twist to a regular Nivi style of wearing a saree. The only difference is that the pallu is very thin so that midriff or navel is visible.
  • Fish Cut Style Saree

    Chiffon sarees or other soft fabric sarees are perfect for draping in a fish-cut style that would make you appear like a mermaid. It is different or distinctive majorly because of its petticoat. The petticoat is in A-line shape that highlights a woman’s shape and steals the show.
  • Mermaid Saree Draping Style

    Just like fish-cut saree mermaid saree also looks pretty and highlights the curves. Satin, silk or cotton petticoats can be preferred while draping a saree in mermaid style. A body-hugging drape or even Mumtaz style saree draping would create an impact of a mermaid for your parties and functions.
  • Indo-western Style Saree

    Indo-western means adding a touch of western influence to your traditional six-yard wonder. For that matter, you can combine the saree look with a short, T-shirt, peplum top, crop top, off-shoulder blouse, or halter neck blouse to look innovative and modern. You can go for other hip choices in blouses to create an Indo-western look for your cocktails and night parties.
  • Dhoti Style Saree Draping

    One of the coolest ways to enhance the look of your desi saree is to drape it in dhoti style. You can mix your saree style with a dhoti look and amp it up with the blouse of your choice. One can also wear a dhoti beneath a saree to give an illusion of a trendy-dhoti look.
  • Belt Style Saree

    To embrace the enhanced and modernized version of a saree, tie your saree up with a belt at the waist area. Belts are the most effortless ways to glam up an otherwise basic saree that you would be wearing at a sangeet or haldi event. Your draping style will go up a notch with an added accessory. Leather, stone, pearl and fabric belts look best with Indian sarees.
  • Pant Style Saree

    Quite easy and funky, you just have to replace your petticoat with a trouser or a pair of pants. Flared, diet, parallel or cigarette pants in full or ankle length; the choice is yours to make it look stunning, edgy, smart or super comfy. The pant style saree looks modish and one can take cues from Bollywood actresses like Sonakshi Sinha and Sonam Kapoor for this fashion quotient.

Colourful Sarees For Women At KALKI

  • Red Colour Sarees

    Brides and infact any Indian woman are head over heels in love with traditional or designer red colour sarees. The regal look, the fancy touch, the glam vibes and the feminine feel of the red saree is just matchless.
  • Black Colour Sarees

    You can easily give a retro spin to your sarees like a star at your parties and night-outs. A sequin black saree, designer black saree or a classic South Indian black saree can simply create wonders at Indian wedding events and functions.
  • Blue Colour Sarees

    Blue is the trend to look forward to in 2023. A blue saree comes in different colours, styles and patterns and looks lovely on all Indian women. Dark blue, sequin blue, metallic blue, pastel blue, or bright blue can really add oodles of wonder to your wedding, festive or party wardrobe.
  • Yellow Colour Sarees

    Golden, pastel, sunny, lime or lemon- yellow in all its forms looks fabulous at Indian ceremonies and parties. Dopamine bright yellow sarees have hit new heights as it denotes cheerfulness and a bright beginning. One can truly raise the bar with some authentic, enigmatic and ecstatic yellow saree collection from KALKI.
  • Green Colour Sarees

    Green is an all-season fashion. Be it a silk saree, a handloom heritage saree, Kanjivaram saree, Banarasi saree, bridal saree, cotton and linen saree or wedding saree; green can really make it stand out. Green saree can transform your look from a traditional diva to a modern babe; depending upon the choice and fabric of the saree. A sequin number for parties and a classic silk yard for festivals; that’s how a green saree can make it work for you at all occasions.
  • Grey Colour Sarees

    Discovering the silver lining by donning grey is a matchless and fashionable experience. If you think the world doesn’t prefer grey over other jazzy hues; you can witness the acceptance of the sober hues through the wide and fantastic assortment of designer and traditional grey sarees at Each and every saree is bespoken of its contemporary appeal.
  • Pink Colour Sarees

    The world of fashion is still smitten by the pink saree. In fact it is said to be futuristic fashion. Bubble-gum pink, salmon pink, pale pink, Spanish pink and orchid pink are a few lovely hues from the pink family to win your hearts.

Explore Our Handloom Saree Collection

Handloom sarees have a great impact on Indian weddings, festivals and women’s love for fashion and style. KALKI brings to you an exquisite range of handloom sarees in various fabrics and weaves.

  • Kanjivaram Sarees

    Exquisitely woven zari borders makes Kanjivaram sarees extremely popular and a loved option for festivals and weddings. The sarees hail from a named city in Tamil Nadu. The sarees are identified by their woven design, done with golden threads.
  • Paithani Sarees

    This textile art done in sarees and other garments originated from Paithan in Maharashtra. Paithani sarees are treasured and are a very popular weave in India. The sarees have significant borders that can easily classify a Paithani saree. Morbangadi (Mor-peacock and Bangadi- bangles) is a very popular border design of Paithani saree apart from bird and floral motifs.
  • Patola Sarees

    Patola is a very famous double ikat saree from the state of Gujarat. It boasts of colourful and ostentatious weaves in which one shade merges into another in a subtle way. Patola sarees are worn on auspicious occasions.
  • Chanderi Sarees

    It won’t be an exaggeration to say that Chanderi sarees are having a moment. Chanderi is one of the most loved fabrics in India and it very well fits into the wardrobe of women who love handloom textiles. Ancient jaal technique is used to create Chanderi sarees and comes in a blend of cotton and silk fabrics. It comes in different varieties and therefore differs in its shine
  • Uppada Sarees

    Silk sarees woven in jamdani style gives rise to Uppada sarees. The famous weaving is said to have originated in Uppada, a small town in Andhra Pradesh. The jamdani method of weaving uses unique motifs on the saree, pure lace and zari. Uppada saree comes in plain, multi-coloured, big-bordered and check designs.

Online Saree Shopping

With the advancement of e-commerce and online shopping sites, shopping for Indian Sarees online has become a lot easier. Nowadays you don’t even have to painstakingly make rounds at your local stores and shops to find your dream Saree. Just sit back at the comfort of your home and browse through our fashionable and highly curated collection of Indian sarees in all their glory and variety, only on Kalki. Buying Sarees online has never been easier and safer!

And the best part is that, you don’t even have to worry about size issues with sarees as their versatility allows them to be the worn by any lady, regardless of their body shape and size. So don’t wait any longer and check out our latest and fashionable collection of Designer Indian Sarees at Kalki. You can find every kind of Sarees here, from plain white and gold saree to exclusive designer sarees. Here, at Kalki we strive to present and represent the rich and gorgeous culture of our nation’s ethnic wear. Buy Indian sarees online, in a plethora of designs and fabrics only at

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Why a Saree?

Saree is a traditional Indian outfit that is worn by women of different ages, be it a college girl, a working lady or a housewife. The charm of a saree is increasing every passing day due to its sensual appeal and aura that truly transform an Indian woman to a gorgeous diva. An Indian woman looks splendid in a saree and when it is a special occasion like a party, festival or a wedding, it is this gorgeous attire that takes the centrestage and the limelight is upon you. KalkiFashion with its experience in designing various Indian outfit, offers the best in designer collection to the fashionistas who have an understanding and liking for gorgeous Indian clothing and ethnic Indian wear for women.

Discover The Best Sarees Online At KALKI

KALKI brings you an array of designer sarees, silk sarees, chanderi cotton sarees, frill sarees, ruffle sarees, Banarasi, heritage, handloom and party wear sarees in shimmer and sequins. The exquisite sarees in traditional red, green, and pink are also available for the grand weddings and Indian festivals. South silk sarees in various prints, patterns, borders, and colours are available for auspicious South Indian ceremonies. There is a plethora of options available from across the country like Bengali, Lucknowi, South silk, Mysore silk, Banarasi, Uppada, Patola, Gharchola and many more for saree lovers. KALKI is a heaven for traditional, classic, trending and designer sarees.

Browsing through the impressive collection of Indian attire for women at KALKI store, you get a first-hand experience and glimpse of the variety, colors and design that is exceptional from the word ‘go’. It is for all the fashionable ladies like you, who love to flaunt their beauty through a graceful attire like a saree in exceptional design. Today, one can choose from an impressive range of designer sarees, bridal sarees and printed sarees that are flawlessly designed and produced by hand. Indian sarees are mostly inspired by the traditional floral prints and motifs like tendrils, flowers like lotus, and animals and birds like elephant and even peacock. In most of the areas the designs of temples are diversely incorporated into the sarees. It is to be noted that the drape from Madhya Pradesh like the ‘Maheshwaris’ has come up with the chequered window like design that is a very distinctive feature of this particular type of saree. You get to see every type of saree to fulfill your desires here at KALKI Fashion.

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Organza sarees and designer light weighted frill or pre-pleated saree tops the chart when it comes to the latest saree trends of 2023. However, silk and crepe are evergreen that a woman cannot resist for the feminine and classy look.

Best of sarees have a broad definition. Silk is exquisite, rich and luxe for weddings and opulent events. Cotton is popular in Bengal and is highly comfortable. And chiffon and georgette are also perfect for daily wear saree options.

One can identify the quality of the saree by merely touching the saree. For example, if it’s a real deal of silk you will find the fabric excessively smooth and waxy. Similarly chiffon saree will have a slightly shimmery look to it on the surface.

Simplest way is to make sure that the petticoat is tightly belted and put on the shoes to get the length right. Take one end of the saree and tie around your waist band. After taking one full round, stop at the navel and take the other end of the saree to make the pallu with neat pleats and set it on your left shoulder. Now, get the remaining part of the saree to the front to make the front waist pleats of the same width. Tuck it in and you are ready to sashay in your saree.

You can visit for the extensive collection of silk, organza, cotton, handloom and banarasi sarees. Buy the style that best suits your personality in terms of fabric, style, and print. You can choose your sarees based on your price range as well.

Simple but suave and rich cotton sarees can definitely be worn to your office parties. Colour-blocked, paisley motifs, floral prints and abstract cotton sarees with solid contrast blouse can do wonders for your classy party look. Cotton sarees are preferred by many women at traditional events for its comfortable look and feel.

If you are looking for a drape that sticks to your body to enhance your curves, you must go for light and flowy fabrics like crepe, chiffon, georgette, and rich soft silk. Organza, banarasi, South cotton and linen must be avoided to look slim.

Yes, all our saree come with both fall and beading.

Yes, you can add a Satin petticoat under the petticoat drop-down on the product page.

Saree width is approx 43 - 44 inches

Saree length is approx 5.5 meters.

If the un-stitched blouse is plain i.e. without any pre-design made on it then it can be made to any different style.

The popular and trending colours that women are trying this season are pastels like gourd, crimson and pale yellow. Metallic hues, dark blue shades and silver-grey are rocking at the moment for weddings.

One can return within 15 days of making a purchase. However, charges might be applicable and sarees with stitched blouses and customized or personalized sarees are non-returnable.

Cotton, chiffon, and georgette sarees are perfect for daily wear as they are light and comfy.

Few sarees come with unstitched blouses and there are plain sarees that come with stitched designer blouses. Both the options are available.

Designer sarees, traditional silk sarees, handloom, chiffon, georgette, organza, Chanderi, Kanjivaram, Banarasi, cotton, sequin, lycra, shimmer, and thread work sarees are available at KALKI.

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