If you are not happy with the product you have received, don't worry. You can always ship it back to us within 7 days without any deductions.
Return will be processed in either of the following two ways: self return or pick-up. Pick-up process is only available to particular set of orders and not all, hence you have to self return the product in the case where pick-up service is not available. We request you to use a reputed courier with proper tracking number in case of Self Return. Mirraw will not bear the return shipping charges.
If you wish to replace a damaged product, we will send you a new one. We can also refund the amount to your credit card/bank account or offer you a store credit redeemable towards future purchases.
5-8 business days in addition to order delivery time. This service is provided to customers outside India only.
Wearing Handmade Paithani Sarees is a Luxurious Experience
Paithani Sarees are handwoven in the Paithan town in Maharashtra's Aurangabad district and are produced from the finest silk. Mirraw.com has a large selection of unique Paithani Sarees with creative patterns and unique broad borders that set them apart. You will be hard-pressed to find beautifully handcrafted sarees at such a low price anyplace else.
We have a great variety of Paithani Silk Sarees with peacock motifs and other popular designs among women who enjoy wearing these saris. These saris have a unique kaleidoscopic look because of the weaving process in which yarn of one color are weaved lengthwise and yarn of another color are weaved widthwise. In our collection, you'll find one-of-a-kind Paithani Saris that are beautifully handwoven by Indian craftsmen with strong roots in the Paithani Silk Saree heritage.
Paithani weaving is distinguished by its refined use of silk and gold (zari). The cotton base of the original paithani saree was used in the body of the cloth, while the silk fabric was used in the borders and weft patterns. In today's Paithani Silk Saris, however, there is no evidence of the cotton material. We also have Paithani Silk Saris, which are created entirely of Paithani silk and will provide you with the luxury and beauty of wearing an authentic silk saree that has been expertly weaved and designed. Weavers in Paithani Sarees typically use three types of silk threads. Charkha, China Silk, and Ciddle-Gatta are the three. Charkha threads have a dull sheen and are extensively used, but Ciddle-Gatta is high-quality silk with gleaming, silky threads. Paithani Silk Saris are made using China Silk, which is the most expensive form of thread. We offer a wide range of options, and you can discover the highest quality Paithani Silk Sarees at affordable prices. Sarees featuring finely crafted decorative motifs such as Peacock motifs, Lotus motifs, Tota-Maina motifs, Hans motifs, and many others are available.
Paithani Silk Sarees are widely worn at wedding ceremonies and other traditional events by women. These saris cost a high price in the market because of their beautiful zari work and traditional hand weaving processes. The starting price of these saris is usually a few thousand rupees, but one may also get saris that cost several lakh rupees. However, we always guarantee the lowest pricing, so you may save money when you choose a Paithani Silk Saree from our diverse range.
Exclusive Paithani Silk Saris with beautiful borders or pallus are available at Mirraw.com. Flower-like motifs, geometrical patterns, ladder designs, and silhouettes of birds, including peacocks, Maina, and others, may all be seen on the borders. Red, yellow, purple, lavender, magenta, pearl pink, violet-red, yellowish-green, and combinations of red and green, as well as black and white, are available in these saris. We provide you with a wide choice of options for selecting a Paithani Silk Saree that suits your style.
There are many types of Motifs found on Paithani saree, but the most common ones are Lotus Flower, Hans Motif, Ashrafi Motif, Narali Motif, Humarparinda, Morbangdi, Asawalli, Amar Vell and Toda-Mania. Also, if you are looking for the small motifs, then chandrakor, circles, kalas pakhhli, stars, rui phool, clusters of 3 leaves and kuyri are the most famous ones.
Paithani sarees are manufactured using vegetable dyes because it is believed that this kind of natural dye is better for the silk fabric. Vegetable dye is more expensive and it increases the value of Paithani sarees. Also, it makes the saree look better and effortless.