Amongst all the types of silk known, tussar distinguishes itself with its unique charm. Its rich texture and natural gold colour makes it akin to a natural treasure which is passed on as inheritance popularly by women of the household.Tussar shares its history with raw silk and is rooted in the medieval times. It was originally called kosa silk in Sanskrit. Although desi tussar is made throughout India, Jharkhand stands at the peak with the biggest amount of tussar silk being manufactured there.Its elegance combined with the low cost makes it the go-to silk for special occasions. One of its biggest advantages is its property to refract two different shades at different angles. This unique feature makes the wearer of tussar silk stand out easily in a crowd, as every movement is beautifully highlighted in a merry dance of colours. Explore our light-weight range of Tussar Silks today!