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  • Bengali silk Sarees – They depict the sun, moon and stars in their patterns. Phases of the moon, radiant rim of the sun are some of the common patterns. Baluchari Saree, developed some two hundred years ago, use palette of dark red, yellow, green,purple, chocolate, cream, white and blue. The border of bluchari saris contain repeating pictorial themes. Balucheri sarees from Bengal is usually five yards in length and 42” wide in flame red, purple and occasionally in deep blue. The field of the saree is covered with small butis and a beautiful floral design runs across the edges. The anchal has the main decoration depicting narrative motifs. Taingals and kanthas are other specialty items from Bengal.
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  • THE BALUCHARI TRADITION OF WEAVING – Silk weaving of Baluchar continues to be an important landmark of Bengal’s handloom tradition. Skills from South India and Banaras have by and large, overshadowed styles from other regions of India.
  • The ancient Baluchari tradition have silk weaving style. The intricately carved terracotta temples of Bishnupur provide ample inspiration for the weavers who reproduce whole epics on the pallu of the sari. The ground colors range from sober beige, to resplendent blues and reds with contrast borders, all on fine mulberry silk. While the present-day Baluchari may not be as grand as its ancestor, it still has a unique appeal, making the wearer stand out in a crowd.
  • JAMDANI AND BALUCHARI – The old undivided Bengal had an ancient textile tradition rooted above all in the skilled weaving of delicate Muslin. The fine mal-mals and jamdanis of Dhaka and the baluchar brocade sarees of Murshidabad, with their pictorial borders were priced products. These were the textiles that sought to adapt themselves to the demands of a wide market both in India and abroad.
  • The Baluchari sarees are inspired from Jamdanis of Dhaka. It is a figured silk saree produced in the town of Baluchar in Murshidabad district of West Bengal. Baluchar sarees are essentially having a silk base with silk brocaded designs with respect to their colours, where inspite of a rich composition the Baluchar bootidars almost always avoid strong contrasts. Each pattern is treated in a colour which harmonizes with the ground on which it is laid. The most popular colours used are red, blue, yellow, green and scarlet. The Baluchari saris have large floral motifs interspersed with flowering shrubs. Traditionally the Muslim community was also known to produce these Baluchars with figured patterns depicting court scenes, horse with a rider, women smoking hookah. The Kalka design or the cone motif is often surrounded with floral borders. Assam is famous for modernity appealing sarees and its end, muga and paat silks exemplary saree collection. Intricately weaved muga and paat sarees and mekhela chaddars (local costume) are available at most garment shops. However it is better to buy these from a government emporium. Pragjyotika and Purbashree are reliable emporia. Assam is also known for its cane and bamboo products. Assamese craftsmen pro duce beautiful cane and bamboo furniture, decorative items and jewellery. Small, delicately crafted cane and bamboo earrings, necklaces and bangles, make unique gifts. The main shopping centers are Fancy Bazaar, Paltan Bazaar and Pan Bazaar. Most government emporia are located in the Pan Bazaar and Ambari area.
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Beige net resham embroidered saree. Available with matching blouse, blouse shown in the image is just for photography purpose. (Slight variation in color and patch border is possible.)
By sunu from merseyside united kingdom on 5/9/2013 11:43:37 PM
Bottom Line : Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Comments :gorgeous saree, looks even better than the photograph, amazing, very happy with this saree.
Different occasions demand different looks and the design finds much importance after the rich the colour. This suede cream faux georgette saree with blouse is beautifully designed. This saree is embellished with golden dot print, resham, zari, sequins and patch work. Deep fawn raw silk blouse is available with this and the blouse shown is only for photography purpose. Slight variation in color and patch patti pattern is possible.
   Beautiful Saree
By Texan from Texas on 5/8/2013 8:58:52 AM
Bottom Line : Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Comments : This is a very beautiful saree and true to the picture. Very impressed with it
Wine faux chiffon saree designed with resham, zari and patch border work. As shown matching blouse can be made available and also can be customized as per your style or pattern subject to fabric limitation. (Slight variation in color is possible. )
By Mahreen from NEW JERSEY on 5/17/2013 5:34:45 AM
Bottom Line : Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
Comments :I just bought this saree and i love the color and stitching
Purple and light green net and brasso faux georgette saree designed with zari, resham, stone and patch border work. Available with matching blouse, blouse shown in the image is just for photography purpose. (Slight variation in color and patch border is possible.)
   Superb Saree
By Devi from Melbourne on 5/17/2013 5:20:06 AM
Bottom Line : Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Comments :Saree is just as same as photo…thanks to utsav to sell such a beautiful and latest designed sarees….i want to say just one word…that …..I loved it………