Swedish-Blue Baluchari Sari from Bengal Depicting Mythological Episodes
The traditional and gorgeous Baluchari Silk sarees represent one of the finest instances of the weaving skills and eye for details and designs of the weavers hailing from eastern India, specifically West Bengal. Baluchari sarees originate from the village of Baluchar in Murshidabad in West Bengal and are usually made of pure silk. These sarees have an elaborative description on the borders. Ornamental pallau with traditional motifs also allure the attention of Baluchari saree lovers. These are woven on jacquard looms and undyed garad silk.
The Baluchari Sari has been granted the status of Geographical Indication of India. Manufacturing a Baluchari sari is a time consuming process. It requires extremely good craftsmanship and takes around a week to weave one saree. These were originally hand-woven only using the purest of silk threads; however, as time went by, cotton fabric was also used to weave them.
This blue colour saree with zari work will add a touch of royalty to your wardrobe. The saree illustrates Hindu mythological episodes. The sophisticated thread weave in maroon and golden colour is adding a touch of class. This is destined to become one of your statement sarees.
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