Organza is a type of lightweight plain weave fabric. This type of fabric is sheer, which means that it is woven in an extremely low density that results in a transparent and relatively flimsy textile.

The term "organza" is related to the word "organzine," which, in contemporary times, refers to any type of silk thread that is made with a simple twist spinning method. Organza is a plain weave fabric. Both the warp and the weft threads, which are the two opposing threads that are woven together in the process of fabric weaving, in this fabric are the same size, and they have the same number of picks per inch as ends per inch.

Organza Saree with Hand Embroidery Work