Hebah Patel has a classy look. The elegance and extravagance of this traditional drape are exquisitely enhanced by the Tanchoui soft silk saree’s dual tones and double kadwa weaving.
In Kadwa weaving, as opposed to other Banarasi handloom sarees, each motif is woven individually.
The warp and weft of a Tanchoi saree are made of two-fold mulberry silk yarn that is locally known as “Katan.”
The Tanchoi has Chinese roots while being closely associated with Banaras and its illustrious silk weaving heritage. According to history, Parsi traders who treasured their silk helped it reach India.