Traditional Indian sarees called Uppada silk sarees are from Uppada, a tiny village in India’s Andhra Pradesh region’s East Godavari district. These sarees are renowned for their delicate silk fabric, complex embroidery, and lightweight.
The Jamdani weaving technique is an unique method used to hand-weave Uppada silk sarees that produces exquisite motifs and patterns by weaving tiny threads of gold and silver into the silk fabric.
The elaborate borders on the sarees, which are often weaved separately before being joined to the saree, are frequently what distinguish the sarees from one another. Uppada silk sarees are popular for both formal and informal occasions.