Featuring a range of authentic pieces handpicked from the towns of Chanderi, Maheshwari, remote parts of West Bengal, Varanasi and more, every piece here is one of a kind with no repeats. Goodbye surprise twinning! Sourced straight from the saree hotspots of the country, the reasonable pricing here is another reason we loved the place.
The Kota silk and Kota doriya sarees here are the ones you must look out for if you're looking for something super exclusive. With intricate weaving and simple prints, these are super comfy and perfect for summer. Kalp Sarees also has the traditional Chanderi printed sarees that look really elegant and are fairly light. Priced at about INR 1500, these come with Indian motifs in a range of muted and earthy tones.
The Baha cotton sarees is another interesting find we discovered at Kalp Sarees. A signature fabric of West Bengal, these come in dyes of indigo, mint green, mustard yellow, crimson and more and start from about INR 1000.
Kalp Sarees also has simple cotton sarees, heavy Banarasi weaves with jaal work, gotta patti sarees, embroidered organza sarees, Tussar silk, soft silk sarees, bandhej sarees, pure Moonga silks that start from INR 8000 and more. Basically, there's a saree for every budget and occasion here. They're also running discounts starting flat 20 percent across some of their rare finds, so be sure to check those out.