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 India is a land of wonders, and the fact that the land has various sarees on store for one to choose from, makes it a delight for all saree lovers. Here, we take a look at ever popular and stylish top three unique sarees Paithani, Chanderi and Gadwal sarees and find out why these are loved by ladies across India. 1 Paithani Delights: The famous Paithani saree belongs to Maharashtra. The saree actually originates from a place near Aurangabad at a place called Yeola where this rare saree is woven into existence. These sarees require a lot of hard work, labor and skill. In order to make each piece worth being a part of your wardrobe a lot of hours,


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