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    Original price Rs. 580.00
    Current price Rs. 400.00

    Grren, Blue, Red Color Art Silk Saree

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    Red, Blue Color Art Silk Saree Color : Red, Blue Material : Art Silk Saree Pallu Color : Red, Blue Saree Pallu Fabric : Art Silk Saree Blouse Col...

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    Original price Rs. 580.00
    Current price Rs. 400.00
    Sold out
Sarees Under 499 online in Bigswipe:

Look no further if you’re looking for sarees online. From KanjivaramBandhaniChanderiBanarasiKalamkari to Mysore Silk Sarees, our selection of sarees boasts of styles and patterns revered for years. Choose from dynamic patterns including tie-dye, ombre, paisley, woven and applique among others. Use our filters for a seamless shopping experience. Watch out for those festive price crashes.

If you’re an Indian woman, you must have found yourself in a saree at some point in your life. Trends will come and go, fashion will get new meanings, but sarees are not losing their fan following any time soon! The popularity of sarees is not just restricted to weddings and festivals. Bollywood beauties have also contributed to its popularity by choosing them over western wear many a time. Whether it is your BFF’s wedding or ‘Ethnic Day’ at work, you can never go wrong with a saree. Once you get a hang of draping it well, you will vouch for the fact that a saree is rather comfortable, contrary to popular opinion. Has it been a while since you indulged in some saree shopping? If yes, then it’s time you stocked up! Wondering what brands to opt for? Take a look at selections from Divastri, Saara, Ishin, Ratnavati and Kashvi Sarees for top-rated sarees you are bound to fall in love with. With a country as diverse as ours and every state offering their speciality, it's no wonder we often get overwhelmed when we get down to choosing a saree. From the bright-hued Kanjeevaram sarees of Tamil Nadu, opulent Banarasis silk sarees, peacock motif Chanderi sarees of Madhya Pradesh, the hugely popular tie-dyed Bandhanis of Gujarat to the intricate and detailed Kalamkari work of Andhra Pradesh, find dozens of each type under a single roof.