A yellowish green gorgeous Paithani silk saree with subtle zari buttas. The gold tissue Paithani border has very exquisite flowers, leaves and flowering vines, in bright colours that are Paithani signatures. Named after the town responsible for its inception, the Paithani sarees are considered to be the richest saris in all Maharashtra. Paithani sarees are said to be hand woven poems in gold and silk. They are a symbol of the refined elites. The craft of weaving the sari was invented in 200 B.C. and flourished during the Satvahana era. Ever since then, the Paithani sari has become a coveted heirloom that is passed on from generation to generation. Paithani sarees are hand woven with real silver or gold and pure silk. This yellowish green beauty has a gold tissue pallu that sees recurrence of the colourful flowering vines of the border. A plain yellowish green blouse with Paithani borders comes with the saree.