There is a distinct gem of a weave with the name kooranadu. The weaver weaves alternate silk and cotton yarns in both warp and weft. The Koranadu saree is a union fabric made of silk and coarse cotton yarn, both in warp and weft ways used in a proportion where silk is 2/3 and cotton is 1/3 weight of the saree. Silk adds to its richness and value of the saree and cotton gives the saree strength and comfort and ease to the wearer. The saree has contrast border and fine tiny checks in the body. Unfortunately, these sarees are disappearing from the market. Wash and care are very simple where soaps can be used instead of detergent. Join hands with us to help this weave and weavers survive the perils of time..
Garment care: dryclean