Sari is the Indian lady clothing types. The Banarasi saris are made in Varanasi, a city which is additionally called Benares. Truly these saris are thought to be among the finest saris in India and are known for their gold and silver brocade or zari. These saris are made of finely woven silk and are brightened with complex outline, as a result of these etchings, these saris are moderately overwhelming. Their extraordinary qualities are Mughal enlivened outlines, for example, mind boggling entwining botanical and foliate themes, kalga and bel a string of upright leaves called jhallar at the external edge of outskirt is a normal for these sarees. Other unmistakable elements are overwhelming gold work, minimal weaving, figures with little subtle elements, metallic visual impacts, pallus, jal (a net like example) and mina work. The sari can take somewhere in the range of 15 days to a one month and in some cases up to six months to finish. Banarasi sarees are for the most part worn by Indian lady on essential events, for example, when going to wedding and are required to be supplemented by the lady's best gems. The Varanasi weaving industry additionally remains as an image of syncetic and composite culture, consolidating Hindu and Muslim examples in its sari outlines. The Banarasi sari is dominatingly woven on handlooms by exceptionally talented weavers. Be that as it may, in the previous couple of decades an expanded offer of weaving has been done on power looms.