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Welcome to the online storefront of Rathi Silk & Sarees, south India’s leading manufacturer, wholesaler of sarees and ethnic wear! 

Established in the year 1989, Rathi Silk & Sarees has been one of India’s leading manufacturers of wedding sarees and traditional women’s wear. Rathi Silks bring over 30 years of rich experience in crafting some of the most elegant, trendy and traditional designs in women’s wear. As the world's first manufacturer of “Pattu Pavadai”, Rathi brand of ethnic wear is the first to commercially launch traditional pattu pavadai in India. “Rathi'' pattu pavadais are available in many leading clothing stores around the world. 

Crafted Weaving

From hand-woven pure silk wedding sarees to lehengas and frocks, Rathi Silks is your one stop shop for all things ethnic. Rathi Silk and Sarees is famous for its exquisite collections of traditional handloom sarees and wedding collections. With 100s of weavers spread across south India, Rathi silks brings unique and latest designs in the saree world. 

A master weaver at work

A handloom weaving setup

Warp and Weft intertwine to form beautiful designs



Sewn with custom made embroidery, stone work, bead work and other hand crafted design works, you could call each dress a designer dress. The eye catching colors and the quality of the material is sure to delight women of all age groups from little girls to grandmas! “Rathi” pavadais are a household name when it comes to ethnic girls wear. 

Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility features modernized pattern makers, embroidery, cutting and stitching machines.

Pattern makers at work

Laying fabric for production

Rotary cutting machine

Delicate and precise stitching

Master tailors at work

Sewing and Hemming beautiful patterns


Rathi Silks LLC has an office in the US and Rathi Silk & Sarees is headquartered in Salem, Tamilnadu. 

Office in Salem, Tamilnadu, India

Retail Showroom

Silk Saree Collections

Foyer display

Etched Logo

Reception - Salem, India