wedding sarees, kanchipuram silk sarees,Kanch Pattu Saree,New Indian Designer Collection of Bridal Sarees ,Cotton Sarees, Cotton Designer Saris,Cotton Sarees,bridal saree, wedding sari, party wear sarees, traditional indian sarees like zari, silk, printed,I can see most of the visitors who visits my blog are interested in kanchipuram saris. This made me write another post about kanchipuram saris. No wonder women are attracted by kanchipuram saris as it adds grace and elegance to the woman who wears kanchipuram saris. I make it a point to buy at least 4 saris every year, one for dipawali, one for pongal a festival for Tamils, one for varalakshmi vridham a fasting usually made by all the married women for the long life of their husbands. The fourth one just like that say for our wedding anniversary or my birth day I used to buy. I live in Noida a place in the northern part of India where one can hardly find any shop for kancipuram saris. Delhi is only 2-3 kms far from Noida here I am saying the border of Delhi from Noida and in Delhi there is Nalli silks a popular shop for kanchipuram saris. Nalli has 3 branches I guess in Delhi. The main one is in the south extension market, the second one in cannaught place and I am not that sure where the third one is. But I used to make all my purchases at Chennai or at Tirunelveli when I go there for summer vacations. Rmkv and Pothys are very popular in Tirunelveli, in fact they opened their first showrooms at Tirunelveli only. Rmkv is like our family shop because for generations we purchase kanchipuram saris from this shop for all the special occasions in our family. My grand mother and all my aunts are very superstitious and they believe that everything will be perfect and nothing wrong will happen if they make their purchases from Rmkv. But I am not that superstitious all though I like Rmkv when I visit Chennai I go to other shops also. If you ask me all the shops are good to buy kanchipuram saris. Some of my favourite shops among them are sundari silks, palam silks, tulsi silks. In sundari silks one can get plain kanchipuram saris without any zari or designs in very attractive colour combinations. One can buy these saris and customize them according to their taste. One can customize it with zardoshi work, kundan work, sequins work and also with some simple yet elegant embroidery work. I heard lot of ladies in Chennai are doing these work from the home itself as a part time job and some of them have taken it seriously and doing it very professionally also. My sister in law who stays in chennai said that in Sundari silks itself they are doing these works on our request but Iam not very sure of that. Today the latest trend in kanchipuram saris are with a broad border in both sides. It is called muppaham pattu in Tamil. Muppaham means three parts in equal size. These saris look very nice but I feel it suits only for women who are tall and slim. For healthy women like me :) I think it makes us look more healthy :)) and also short. It is not wrong in following the latest trend but I feel that it should also suit the personality of the individual. If you have a girl child then please do not miss the kanchipuram pattu paavadai (silk skirt) . In this skirt your child will definitely look like an angel that I can guarantee you. If you have teenage daughter then make them wear the kanchipuram silk skirt and half sari (Dhaavani) with their hair plaited or if they have very short hair one can try french plaits and with some simple accessories they will look gorgeous for sure. I don't have a girl child so no way I can try these things but whenever I see these silk skirts and outfits for girls I really feel very sad because I don't have a girl child. Above are some photos of kanchipuram saris which I like and for online shops to buy kanchipuram saris visit the online shops at the top of the blog