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Tussar Silk sarees Online | Tussar Silk Sarees at best Price

India is endowed with several virtues, one of them being natural fibers, which make the country the cradle of the most beautiful fabrics. Among the many types of fabrics, silk has always been a best seller. Among the many types of this fabric, Tussar silk fabric has made its place in every Indian woman’s wardrobe. Shop for a wide collection of Tussar silk sarees online. Buy partywear tussar sarees and blouse stitching at the best price for all your special occasions.

Tussar Silk origin

Tussar silk has its own charm. The rich texture and natural shine or golden touch make it a natural treasure. Although the tussar is mostly draped like sarees, there are many different ways it can be adopted as this fabric variety is gorgeous in every way. From saris to Kurtis, from stoles to zardosi skirts, tussar silk reflects the sparkle and grace that all Indian women desire. With designers keenly interested in tussar silk, the fabric has made its way into contemporary offices in its formal and sophisticated avatar. If a woman wants to stay on trend without losing her ethnicity, she needs to make plenty of tussar silk clothing in her wardrobe. This variety of fabric is made from the larvae of many species of silk butterflies. These butterflies are decorated with circular markings that look like a mirror. Unlike other silkworms, these worms live in the forest region and do not breed on mulberry. Therefore, this type of tissue consists of oval and single-shell cocoons. When these are boiled, fine natural gold threads are extracted. Generally, the production of tussar silk has been the strong point of the tribes living in eastern India.

Most of the tribals employed to make the thread are women. It takes about three days to produce nearly ten yards of fabric. This variety of textile shares its history with raw silk. Originally, this silk was known as kosa silk. Desi tussar is made all over the country. A district called Kharsawa district is the place of many skilled workers, who pass their skills down from generation to generation. Sericulture is the most viable source of generational income. This gives the workers a reason to give their efforts on silk making

A fascinating fact about tussar silk sarees is that it is the first variety of silk produced from silk moths that feed on leaves, not mulberry trees. One of the most significant advantages is the property of refracting two different shades from two different angles. This unique feature helps the wearer to stand out in the crowd. The fabric is lightweight which makes it easy to drape and carry. The porous nature of the fabric makes it cooler than other varieties of silk, making it perfect for wearing on the hottest days.

Tussar silk sarees are produced in huge quantities in India and a greater portion of them are sourced from West Bengal. These sarees are exceptionally smooth and furthermore considered to be very good. Tussar silk sarees with their ordinary subjects and patterns are the most supported by designers. These sarees are also accessible in a particular expanse of examples, colors and patterns, making them a definite prerequisite in your storage room.

Tussar Silk Sarees is a staple in every woman’s wardrobe. Mirra Clothing has a variety of collections of Tussar Silk Sarees online comes with a beautiful blouse with rich edging. Perfect for parties, traditional functions, and festivals, your look is more beautiful.

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FAQ

  • What is tussar silk saree?

    Tussar silk sarees are also known as Kosa silk sarees. They are made from silk that is produced from silk worms that breed on wild forest trees, not mulberry trees.The Tussar silkworm feeds on the leaves of the Arjun tree. Tussar yarn has a short staple length and that is why it is one of the most durable fabrics. Although Tussar silk sarees are expensive, it is ideal to invest the silver as a luster, and the softness of these sarees remains for a very long time.

  • Where can i buy tussar silk sarees online?

    Shop for tussar silk sarees online only on Mirra clothing. we have a latest collection of tussar silk sarees such as Sapphire Blue Tussar Silk Saree Hand Block Printed, Soft Semi Tussar Saree with jute pallu, Ocean Blue Tussar Silk Saree Hand Block Printed and many more. Mirra clothing has a variety of collection of printed tussar silk sarees and it costs you anywhere between Rs.3000 to Rs.4000..

  • Which state is famous for tussar silk sarees

    A lot of India’s Tussar silk saree production happens in Bhagalpur in Bihar. In fact, the silk weaving industry in this region goes back over a century! Hence, Bhagalpuri silk sarees are just as popular.

  • What is the best season to wear tussar silk sarees?

    The perfect time to wear a Tussar silk saree is the winter season. Well, you can wear it in the summer if you want. But, you should avoid wearing it during the summer season or the sweaty and hot days. If you choose to wear a Tussar silk saree in summer, choose light sarees and lighter shades so they don’t absorb heat compared to darker shades.

  • How to take care of tussar silk saree at home?

    If you want to take care of your Tussar silk saree, this is a good idea as they need maintenance to keep their charm alive. The best way to take care of sarees is by dry cleaning. If you plan to clean a Tussar silk saree at home, avoid wringing out excess water from the saree. Be sure to hang it in the shade to dry to prevent it from fading..Store them in muslin bags to allow the fabric to breathe.