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Mangalagiri Sarees and fabrics are produced by handloom weaving in Mangalagiri, a town in the Guntur district, in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Mangalagiri cotton silk sarees are a unique variety, woven from cotton, and feature the most characteristic features such as zari on the border and no woven pattern on the body.
Borders in thick gold thread or zari, traditional patterns in Nizam, and simple mono or multicolored striped pallus adorn the fabric. Shop our latest Collection of pure handloom mangalagiri silk sarees online and blouse stitching at the best price for all your special occasions.

Mangalagiri cotton silk sarees have Various designs like leaf, mango, parrot, gold coin, add to the appeal of cotton saree. The printing work and embroidery designs on Mangala Giri cotton saree make them more elegant. There are a few characteristics unique to a Mangalgiri silk saree. Soft and comfortable all-weather fabric generally has no pattern on the body. It is also known to have no gaps in its weaving. There is a variety of missing saree threads rarely found.

There is an exclusive range of Mangalagiri silk sarees online which you can purchase at Mirra Clothing. There are light hues and pastel-colored sarees with flowery designs like block print designs on Mangalgiri cotton sarees. You have medium to slightly dark undertones with some very lustrous zari borders which are alluring. There is a family of pure cotton Mangalagiri sarees in earthy hues that have the most attractive wide zari edging and attractive pattern block printed pallus.

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FAQ

  • What is Mangalagiri silk?

    Mangalagiri sarees and costume materials are a popular handloom product in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The name Mangalagiri is derived from the place Mangalagiri located some km from Vijayawada. The town of Mangalagiri is not only famous for its beautiful sarees, but also for being a pilgrimage destination. This special saree has intricate tribal designs which are woven in cotton with zari or gold designs which appear in small checks. The pallu (edge) of this saree is adorned with a striped pattern, which is a typical tribal decoration made of golden embroidery. Mangalagiri sarees are available in a multitude of vibrant colors which make it very stylish and gorgeous

  • Why Mangalagiri silk sarees are expensive?

    Mangalagiri sarees are expensive, because these sarees are unique variety, woven from cotton and has the most characteristic features such like zari on the border and no woven designs on the body. Mangalagiri fabric is produced by weaving with the help of pitlooms from combed yarn by warp and woof interlacing. The fabric then undergoes the process of dyeing

  • Where can i Buy mangalagiri silk sarees online with best price?

    Shop latest collection of mangalagiri silk cotton sarees online only on mirra clothing. we have a variety of latest sarees such as Magenta Mangalagiri Silk Saree with gold zari checks, Black Mangalagiri Silk woven in Chequered Pattern, Pink Pure Handloom Mangalagiri Silk Saree and many more. The mangalagiri silk sarees price starts from 3000 onwards

  • How to identify Mangalagiri sarees?

    The Mangalagiri sari does not have any embellishments on its main body. It has zari or gold thread work embellished with Nizam border and pallu. These geometric and simple designs are inspired by tribal designs. Since these sarees only have a zari border and a zari on the pallu without any pattern woven on the main body of the sari, so the fabric is only woven on looms, which allows the weaver to exercise much more force during the weaving process without any gaps. This is what sets Mangalagiri textiles apart from other weavings.

  • How Mangalagiri cotton was made?

    Mangalagiri cotton is produced by the cotton yarn purchased from factories. This cotton thread is then boiled in water and caustic soda for a few hours before it can be dyed. If the yarn is to produce sarees of white color, it is bleached before weaving, otherwise for coloring, chemical dyes are used. After dyeing, the yarn is then dried in the sun before it is ready for the weaving process.