Banarsi Gharara

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Weddings are a special occasion, a day where every bride wants to look her absolute best. In the world of bridal wear, the Banarsi gharara has been a timeless piece that has stood the test of time. In addition to its beauty, the Banarsi gharara is also incredibly comfortable to wear. The long skirt and pant combination provide a comfortable and flowing fit, making it perfect for a bride to move and dance in on her big day. The dupatta can also be draped in a variety of styles to create different looks, adding versatility to the outfit.


Banarsi Gharara is a traditional and cultural dress of North India, particularly from the city of Varanasi (also known as Banaras). It is believed to have originated during the Mughal era and was popular among the royal families and the elite class.

Banarsi Gharara is famous for its intricate and elaborate design, which is achieved through the use of gold and silver zari work, as well as delicate embroidery. The fabric used to make Banarsi Gharara is also of high quality and adds to the overall beauty and elegance of the dress.

In recent times, Banarsi Gharara has gained popularity not only in India but also around the world, due to its unique design, versatility, and elegance. It is often worn on special occasions such as weddings and festivals, and is considered to be a symbol of tradition and cultural heritage.


Kimkhab silk is a type of luxurious silk fabric that is traditionally produced in the city of Varanasi, India. It is known for its fine and delicate texture, as well as its shimmering appearance. Kimkhab silk is often used in the production of high-end clothing, including gharara dress, saris, lehengas, and kurtas.

The fabric is made using a special technique that involves weaving gold or silver threads into the silk fabric. This creates a glittering and shimmering effect that is unique to Kimkhab silk. The fabric is also prized for its softness, making it comfortable to wear.

Kimkhab silk is typically more expensive than other types of silk due to its unique process of production and the high-quality materials used.


Bridal Gharara
Chatapati Gharara
Kimkhab Gharara
Multicolor Gharara
Garara Kurti
Gharara Lace
Gharara for Kids


The Bridal Gharara is our heaviest and most beautiful variety, designed exclusively for brides. This stunning attire is made from rich Kimkhab silk fabric and adorned with intricate hand-applied diamond stone work by skilled local craftsmen from Banaras. Our team provides full customization options, including the garara kurti, gharara lace, dupatta lace and work, to ensure that each bridal gharara perfectly suits the bride's taste and style.


Chatapati gharara is similar to a bridal gharara. However, the term "chatapati" refers to the use of rich, vibrant colors that make the chatapati gharara a true work of art. These days, people are fascinated by chatapati ghararas, but some shop owners trick them by offering poor-quality ghararas in the name of chatapati ghararas. It's important to go for quality over cheapness, as a high-quality chatapati gharara is made from Kimkhab silk fabric with traditional hand brush paint, colorful stripes, chokri and barfi pattern. which may cost a bit more but is worth the investment. The chatapati gharara is a stunning and eye-catching ensemble that is perfect for Indian brides who want to celebrate their cultural heritage on their wedding day. Browse our collection of chatapati gharara to find the perfect one for you.


When it comes to styling, the Kimkhab Gharara is suitable for brides, non-brides. It is especially popular among non-brides, who like to wear it for parties, functions, and weddings. This is because it is simple, rich in quality, and reasonably priced. The gharara is made from Kimkhab fabric with golden and silver zari work and comes with a chiffon embroidery dupatta.


The Multicolor Gharara is a unique and bold colors. Unlike the classic gharara, which is typically made in a single solid color, the Multicolor Gharara combines multiple hues in a single garment to create a bold and eye-catching look. This type of gharara is perfect for brides and non-bride. Although it is made from single-color thread, it appears multicolor due to the use of multi-color tani. Tani is the base material used in the weaving process, and when the thread is woven left and right, the craftsman locks it into the weaving machine. After several days, a beautiful multicolor gharara emerges, made in traditional style.


There are many styles of Gharara Kurti, but the two most popular in worldwide are Plain Kurti and Designer Kurti.


A plain kurti is a simple yet elegant. It features a beautiful neck design, with a border at the front and back, and a plain body. The sleeves are accented with a patch border, adding a touch of detail to the overall design. The combination of simplicity and elegance in the design gives the wearer a beautiful and understated look.


A Designer Kurti has a fully gorgeous design and also features a border at the front and back. This style is more elaborate and decorative, perfect for those who want to make a fashion statement.


We offer a wide range of gharara laces, including Kiran lace, Samosa lace, and Jhalar lace. Each lace style offers a unique look and feel, allowing you to choose the perfect lace for your gharara. Whether you're looking for a delicate and intricate lace for a special occasion, or a bold and eye-catching lace for a more casual look, our selection of gharara laces has something for everyone. Browse our collection to find the perfect lace for your next gharara outfit.


We'll launch a kids gharara collection soon.


We offer a range of gharara designs and colors to choose from, so that you can find the perfect gharara set to match your style and personality. Also you can explore our banarasi suit and saree collection.