Tussar Silk Sarees primarily come from the Jharkand state of India. Tussar silk is also known by its Sanskrit name, 'Kosa Silk'. It is produced by the larvae of silkworms that feed on trees other than mulberry, called Sal, Arjun and Saja, thus procuring the name, Wild Silk. This silk has a natural deep golden color and a rich texture that gives it character. It is more porous and airier than cultivated silk, making it a good fabric choice for warm climes. Tussar has an appeal of its own and are popular for their uniqueness. These silk sarees are a good choice for casual wear, and the rich zari versions are a good choice for parties.