Kerala Sarees (Kasavu) – When white embraces Gold

Kerala Sarees

Let us explore Kerala Sarees known as Kasavu and how women adore the white with different blouse designs. Kerala is famous for its Kasavu Sarees and are quite popular. Kasavu Sarees are made from cotton fabric and are hand woven and known for the gold embellished border.

Kerala Sarees in Tradition

Traditionally they are worn in white or Off white color by a Malayalee women especially in festive seasons like Onam, the Kerala’s new year. Kerala Sarees are known as Mundum neriyathum. Mundum means the lower part and Neriyathu means the upper part.

Kasavu name of the Saree is derived from the word golden borders that is the typical of the white Kerala Saree. Traditionally gold was used as the Zari but these days other artificial material are also popular.

Choosing Kerala Saree Blouse designs

The blouse designs for the Kasavu Saree is generally chosen as per the age of the women. Typically young unmarried girls wear the shades of green and the middle aged married women tends to wear the shades of red. The color and design of the blouses gives the contrasting look that gives it a very unique look.


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Kerala Kasavu Sarees in Bollywood.

Kerala Sarees have been popular with Bollywood divas. Asin sported Kasavu Saree. Deepika Padukone has also sported one.

source: wikipedia

Sonam Kapoor wore Kasavu Saree in the movie Aisha as well.

Maintenance of Kerala Sarees

Kasavu Saree is made from cotton fabric which doesn’t require high maintenance but the Zari work is expensive and has to be handled well. Dry cleaning of the Saree is the recommended choice.

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