Kosa Silk Sarees, also known as Kosha Silk Sarees, are traditional Indian sarees made from a unique silk fabric called Kosa Silk. These sarees originate from the state of Chhattisgarh in central India, where the silk is produced. Kosa Silk is derived from the cocoon of the Antheraea mylitta silkworm, commonly known as the tasar silkworm. The silkworms feed on the leaves of Arjun and Saja trees, which are abundantly found in Chhattisgarh. The silk produced by these silkworms is known for its rich texture, durability, and natural gold sheen.Kosa Silk Sarees are characterized by their lustrous appearance, fine texture, and intricate designs. They often feature elaborate motifs inspired by nature, folklore, or traditional patterns. These sarees are typically handwoven by skilled artisans who employ traditional weaving techniques to create exquisite designs.