• I have been coming here for over 20 years and wearing these saadis with great pleasure over the years. Bless you and keep going!

    Ratna Pathak Shah

  • I am lucky to make her acquaintance with her and visit her studio. What a joy!

    Ruby Palchoudhuri

  • A brilliant collection of beautiful sarees.

    Rakesh Thakore

  • A range of colours that delights and reflects the sun, sea and everything between. My congratulations which are sincere and good wishes.

    Martand Singh

  • You are reviving and reinventing the great tradition of weaving of Karnataka. Your work is as important as renewal of our music, literature and painting.

    U.R. Ananthamurthy

  • VIMOR has been doing a great job in identifying and enlivening the lost heritage in textiles. Happier to know that the economic interests of the poor weaver and the larger number of customers to purchase are being addressed simultaneously. Thank you on behalf of the State.

    Ashok Dalwai

  • I have waited for 33years to find back Vimor. I love Vimor Sarees!

    Rekha Bhardwaj

  • Beathtaking! The weaves are magical and also the collection put together.

    Malavika Sarukkai

  • VIMOR is a lesson in true Indian history, beauty and luxury! To be around Chimy is to be around one of the real icons of Indian style and Culture. Thank you for an experience like no other.

    Gaurav Bhatia

  • Always my Favourite.

    Jaya Jaitly


Established in 1974, Vimor Sarees has functioned from a small home space till date. The fact that we have never turned away any weaver who has come to us has been our biggest success. Our customers get to own  a heritage Indian textile which also promotes the hand loom industry.   A very important agenda for us is to share our antique collection along with a brief story on each piece as we as we believe it to be a common heritage, and one that needs to be shared.


  • Jajie Blue


    This is a revival of a saree that belonged to Jajie Mandana , in terms of design it was very interesting because it was woven for the Coorg style of draping ,with the checks covering the front. We added the vertical stripes to suit the regular style of weaving. It has been woven in a…

  • Kamala Light Blue

    27,500.00 23,375.00

    The Kamala Saree, is named after its original owner, Kamala Sudarshanam. What makes this saree interesting is the little details - almost as though the weaver wanted us to go on a treasure hunt to discover the little quirks in this saree. The corner butta was a bouquet of flowers instead of a konia and…

  • Chaitra Checks Maroon

    2,500.00 2,125.00

    A design created by Pavithra, woven in a thick coarse cotton. The saree body has double line checks in dark blue and comes with two simple pallus, so you can wear it two ways! The saree drapes well, is easy to maintain and is perfect for day wear. This saree has no blouse piece.

  • Malani Maroon

    8,500.00 7,300.00

    In 2016 while working on the Rajasthan Heritage Week showcase, Pavithra wanted to worked on an entirely handwoven saree that wasn't kota. She decided to work with the Paatu shawl weavers. They had never woven sarees and their past attempt wasn't very good so it took a lot of convincing to get them to give…

  • Malani Navy

    8,500.00 7,300.00
  • Manipuri Maroon

    10,000.00 8,500.00

    About 35 years ago Pavithra created this design by reimagining the pallu of the original Pooja Saree. The motifs looked like those found in the North East and Pavithra called it the Manipuri Pallu. The design went on for years and this year we decided to restart it! The saree is handwoven in a deep…