Silk is finest fabric and known as the queen of all fabric with its tremendous glamour and comfort. In India, the weaving of Silk (The softest fabric) mainly revolves around the saree, the traditional ethnic south Asian wear. The Shine with Softness is the key feature of Silk. The eye catching vibrant colors, shine & softness made Silk Sarees the dearest companion of Indian women. Not only in India, even all over the world, Silk sarees are famous because of its weaves and patterns.
Silk is a protein fiber, produced by silkworm by spinning around its cocoon. The Silk farmers let the caterpillars (that make the largest cocoons), to turn into moths. Then the moths laid eggs and the eggs hatched out more caterpillars to make even bigger cocoon. This cocoon s are then collected and boiled in water and the threads start to come out from the cocoon. At least half a mile of continuous thread may come from a cocoon. Then the silk threads are dipped in various colors from preparing colorful silk threads. The silk weavers use these finest fabric threads to make silk sarees.
Apart from Saree, a wide range of ladies and men’s wear like salwar, dupatta, sherwani, dhoti, shawl, pagdi etc; and even home décor like cushions, table-cloth, curtains are made of silk. To describe in one word, The finest fabric Silk has been mixed up with the culture of India, or rather we can say the world. And thats why Silk is finest fabric.