Paithani is a sari made of silk and zari. It is a plain weave, with weft figuring designs according to the principles of tapestry. Traditionally, Paithanis had a coloured, cotton muslin field that often contained considerable supplementary zari patterning. However, in the 19th century, silk fields were also woven.
To identify a pure and original Paithani saree, you should look on the reverse side of the pallu. If you see that the designs and motifs are as clearly visible as on the front, then it’s a genuine paithani. There are no loose threads on the reverse side unlike other handloom sarees or the fake copies of it. Eflina provides you Pure Paithani Sarees.

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