Madurai cotton sarees

Madurai is in Tamil Nadu, India. Madurai is third largest city in Tamil Nadu. Madurai is very famous for Meenakshi Amman Temple. Madurai is an important industrial and educational hub in South Tamil Nadu. The Madurai city is home to various automobile, rubber, chemical and granite manufacturing industries. So many IT companies are there in Madurai. Madurai has important government educational institutes like the Madurai Medical College, Homeopathic Medical College, Madurai Law College, Agricultural College and Research Institute.
Madurai is located in the textile valley of Tamil Nadu and exports a lot of cotton around the world. The fine quality of its cotton has attracted a lot of foreign investments and its handlooms are popular the world over.
Madurai cotton is fabric and it is a light, airy, and comfortable to wear. Madurai cotton sarees are cool during hot summers. A 100% cotton fabric, dyed by natural colours by extraction from leaves, the Madurai Cotton Saree is designed with many tiny dots on the main body, with detailed embroidery work on the borders. The colour of the border generally contrasts that of the body. These sarees do not leave colour and can be hand washed, hence, they are very easy to maintain.
The most important character of Madura cotton saree, are its more than usual length of forty eight inches compared to the standard Saree length of forty four inches and a dotted multi-coloured border.
Madurai cotton sarees are famous for its simplicity and comfort. These sarees are apt for Festival wear and corporate wear and casual wear. Madurai Sungari a new look, making it a must-buy for all age groups and a widely accepted choice for daily and occasion wear.
Modern patterns adorn this Madurai fabric, with peacock, butterfly and nature being the motifs, woven in one or two colours, being the most popular.
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