Our founder

Kusal silks, synonymous with Silk, was established by KUSAL SAH in the year 1951 and has been a famous name in the silk sarees business for over 64 years. Kusal silks has become synonymous with silk or kanchipuram sarees. The family run shop did steady business for fourteen years after which the son, Duraisamy sah took over to give the good quality and exclusive designed silk sarees for the new generation and traditional women’s expectations.

Of the various silks produced in India our silk as acquired a legendary reputation all over India, our sarees is made of finest silk called flayture and good quality silver jari weaved in our own looms by our experienced weavers. Each and every saree is specially taken care to give the best weaving quality to the customers,
With our many looms we update the designs and we also take the idea’s of customers who need particular design or color for their occasion by order. The stunning creation should be seen to be believed.
Our reputed customers since 64 yrs believe that they get full satisfaction by purchasing sarees for wedding or other religious ceremonies


Golden City Of Temples

Kanchipuram was believed to be the most attractive city of ancient India.

This city is one of India's seven sacred cities and is considered the second holiest place in India next to Varanasi. This city was the Historical Capital of the Pallavas, the Cholas and the Vijayanagar rulers. It was under the Pallavas from 6th to 8th century A.D. It later became the citadel of the Cholas, Vijayanagar kings.
Vaikuntam Perumal Temple
This is one of the important Vishnu temples which was built in the 7th century A.D. The presiding deity Lord Vishnu is depicted in sitting, standing and reclining postures.

Kailasanathar Temple
This built in the 8th century and has an attractive panel depicting Shiva and Parvathi in the midst of one of their innumerable dance competitions. The architecture of this temple resembles the Shore Temple at Mamallapuram.

Ekambareswarar Temple
been renovated by the Pallavas, the Cholas and the Vijayanagar Kings. The 57 metres (188") high Rajagopuram is one of the tallest towers in South India. The 2,501 - year old mango tree inside the temple has 4 branches each yielding different varities of mangoes. This temple has five spacious corridors (prakrams) and a beautiful 1,000 - pillar hall.

Varadarajar Temple
Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, The 100-pillared hall of this temple proves the mastery of the sculptors of Vijayanagara in fine artists. This temple situated on the top of Hastigiri or Elephant Hill. Lord Varadaraja is in standing posture facing towards the west with his gracious look. The main Deity of Sri Varadaraja Perumal in this temple is very large,second in size to the Deity of Sri Venkateswara of Tirumala-Tirupathi. The sculptures of two lizards carved on the ceiling of the corridor enclosing the Sanctum. The lizards, one covered with a sheet of Gold and the other with a sheet of Silver.

Kamakshi Amman Temple
This is one of the three holy places of Sakthi worship in India, the others being Madurai and Varanasi. The temple in the present form was built by the Cholas during 14th centuary A.D.





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