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The jhallar is a distinct feature found in the border of Banarasi saris. The jhallar is a narrow fringe like pattern that looks like a string of upright leaves. Along with the border the pallav too is heavily embroidered. Designs densely woven with gold and multicoloured thread embellish the pallav giving the Banarasi sari a royal elegance. The Banarasi sari casts a wide net. Its beautiful craftwork and its innate sophistication has not only earned it appreciation but has also made it a source of inspiration worldwide. The Banarasi sari rarely fails to flatter a woman and a wardrobe without a Banarasi sari is indeed an incomplete one.

5. Gadwal, the Andhra traditional festive saree
Gadwal, the Andhra traditional festive saree
A Gadwal saree befits all festive occasions. It bestows a unique grace to any woman wearing it.
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