Shades of Red Sarees

“Ek chutki sindoor” the famous dialogue from the movie “Om Shanti Om” is as famous as the charisma of sindoori ‘the sacred red’, that has led the hue to dominate bridal trousseau wear since the inception of marriage as an institution.

The symbol of love, passion and even intense drama is often hailed as an auspicious colour in the spectrum of hues.

No Hindu wedding is complete without this colour. We have curated shades of this colour in different saree fabrics that we have to offer.

Crimson Red – Crimson & Brown Handwoven Cotton Silk Saree.

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Orangey Red – The typical Bandhani saree

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Rose Red – A Banarasi saree so beautiful that you just cannot miss to own one.

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Buy this banarasi silk saree here

Ruby Red – Silk embroidered saree

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Blush red – Chanderi cotton saree in blush red colour

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Cherry Red – This beautifully embroidered art silk saree in cherry red colour.

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Scarlet Red – Cotton silk saree with golden borders

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Brick red – A georgette brocade saree is another must have.

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