Cotton x Linen Meena Banarasi

This beautiful Banaras saree is made with cotton linen mix fabric enhanced with meenakari work. Meenakari saree is an artistic tradition. It involves the process of using one or more colours of Resham threads at the time of weaving. This meenakari Banaras saree, a perfect mixture of Resham and zari is used during the weaving process. This saree takes nearly 4 to 5 days to complete. You can choose your ethnicity but not at the cost of comfort. This fabric will help you to wear a saree in the most comfortable way possible and the design will make your saree look like a proper Banaras saree.


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  • Colours: Dark Grey Black, Copper, Pink, Orange
  • Fabric:  CottonxLinen, Zari
  • Tactic: Handloom
  • Origins: West Bengal
  • Texture: Soft
  • Blouse Piece: Yes, Contrast (Blouse showcased on the model is from our in-house wardrobe and has been used only for styling purposes)

DISCLAIMER >>>>>>>>>>>>> The actual colour may vary slightly due to different screen calibrations. Since this product is handwoven, there might be slight irregularities and unevenness in the weave, pattern, or selvedge. On that note, it's almost unbelievable that this piece is single-handedly woven to its seamless perfection, just for you.

Ready Stock Product: For delivery within West Malaysia please allow 1 to 4 business days, for East Malaysia please allow 2-7 business days, and for international delivery please allow 10-25 working days. However, please be advised that the delivery period may be earlier or exceed due to unforeseen external exclusions

We want you to be able to cherish your handloom Mahaniya pieces for years to come. Below are some tips to keep your sarees shining.

  • Use a mild detergent to wash your saree, while washing always use normal water. Before washing, soak the saree (particularly if it comes with bright colours) for 10-15 minutes in water added with rock salt to lock the hues in.
  • Store your pieces in a Cool, Dry Place.
  • Keep your saree in a plastic cover, this will allow the saree to breathe while preventing stains.
  • Never starch your cotton-linen Banaras saree. It will lose its natural softness on starching.
  • Do not squeeze or twist the saree as it has no stretch and squeezing it hard can tear the fibres.