Once you understand the importance of Saree in the Indian culture, it is not really difficult to understand the magnanimity of the Silk Saree - the most glorious and most loved among all the saree types. Silk is the most loved fabric, and is considered absolutely grand. So, all the special sarees are supposed to be in – no surprises there – lush silk. Rightfully, an Indian woman’s wardrobe or wedding trousseau is incomplete without silk sarees.
Silk Sarees are a part of every special occasion in India. They are worn on weddings, and are gifted on key events. They are even treasured and saved for generations. During weddings, mothers, grandmothers, grooms gift rich, heirloom silk sarees, along with the wedding jewels. Considered as sacred and auspicious, silk sarees are even offered to the revered Goddesses and to respectable women relatives. Such is the importance of silk sarees in India! This tradition may vary slightly in every region of India, but it manifests, in some or the other form, in every part.