Mysore Silk Sarees - Atharva

    A Deep Dive into Mysore Silk Sarees


    Welcome to the world of timeless elegance – Mysore silk sarees. In this blog, we embark on a journey to discover the rich history, exquisite craftsmanship, and cultural significance of these luxurious sarees that have captured the hearts of saree connoisseurs worldwide.

    Roots & History of Mysore Silk Saree

    Initially the 'silk fabrics' and 'silk sarees' were manufactured exclusively for Royal family and armed forces

    KSIC, was established in the year 1912 by the Maharaja of Mysore province, Naalwadi Krishnaraj Wadiar

    later in the year 1980 the silk weaving factory handed over to Karnataka Silk Industries Corporation Ltds(KSIC)

    There are presently two silk factories

    ✨️First one being in Mysore(Mysuru) which is the country’s oldest silk manufacturing unit

    ✨️Second factory which is located in T. Narasipura

    Region: A Silk Symphony from Karnataka:

    In the vibrant tapestry of Karnataka, Mysore stands tall as a beacon of silk craftsmanship. Known as one of the largest mulberry silk producers in India, Karnataka takes pride in gifting the world the enchanting Mysore silk sarees.

    Crafting Elegance: The KSIC Legacy:

    At the heart of Mysore's silk saga lies the Karnataka Silk Industries Corporation Ltd. (KSIC), the oldest silk factory that has mastered the art of creating timeless pieces. With a repertoire boasting 115 designs and 300 color shades, KSIC weaves dreams into reality.

    Fast Fashion, Timeless Tradition:

    Step into the world where tradition meets demand. Mysore silk sarees have become India's fastest-selling hand-loom products, a testament to their timeless appeal and the exquisite craftsmanship that defines each piece.

    Patterns and Luxury

    Discover the richness of Mysore silk with patterns like crepe Mysore Silk Saree, Zari-Bordered Mysore Silk Saree, Kalamkari Mysore Silk Saree, Stripes & Buttas Mysore Silk Saree, Checks Mysore Silk Saree, Mango Pattern Mysore Silk, Mayura Pattern Mysore Silk, Gatti Border Mysore Silk, Crushed Crepe Mysore Silk, 3 D pattern Mysore Silk and Lightweight Mysore Silk Sarees Collections.