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East Indian Style Saree
- East Indian Style Saree

Baluchari saree : West Bengal
- Silk weaved, Baluchari sarees are crafted in Bankura District of Bengal. Design Description of Sarees: These exquisite silk sarees pallu’s are covered by the scenes of mythological epics Ramayana and Mahabharat. The square blocks on the border are decorated by the thread embroidered motifs. Swarnachari is a variety of Baluchari sarees weaved in zari. These sarees are a staple of women in West Bengal. The extensive designs on baluchari silk saree take huge efforts which is why these are one of the most expensive sarees in the market.
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Batik saree : West Bengal
- Hailing from Shantiniketan regions of West Bengal Design Description of Sarees: Batik saares are simple yet extraordinarily created using traditional crafts. Batik is the process of dyeing a cloth by covering a part of it with a coat of wax. The waxed areas keep the original colour of the cloth which result in the dyed and undyed contrast giving it a fresh and catchy pattern. Batik printed sarees with their picturesque designs on coloured dyed canvas are eye-catching. The batik artisans can showcase their creativity with various types of dye & wax on cotton, silk and other natural fabrics.
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Bomkai saree: Orissa
- Originating from weft techniques used on the traditional pit looms of Orissa Design Description of Sarees: The ethnic Bomkai sarees are decorated with intricate patterns and motifs inspired from the tribal art and natural surroundings. What makes the Bomkai sarees one of a kind are the unique and rare interwoven motifs of tortoise, ancient fish, lotus, peacock, and birds in red, white and black dyed backgrounds. The designs are left onto the creativity of weavers thought, choice and perception. The borders in contrasting colours and pallus designed with intricate thread work make these silk and cotton sarees stunning. The procedure used to make pattern in a Bomkai sari is known as Jala technique.
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Eri silk saree : Assam
- Eri silk is one of the wild silk found majorly in Assam, north eastern India. Design Description of Eri Sarees: It is also known as Ahims (Non-violent silk) or fabric of peace as it is the only tamed silk obtained without killing the silkworm. Eri silk is India’s finest and purest form of silk with a diffused sheen produced by Samia Cynthia Ricini worm. Mother of all textured and cultural form of silk the saree’s fabric texture is coarse, fine and dense making it extremely strong , durable and elastic. Being heavier and darker than other silks it blends well with wools and cotton making it in demand in both summer and winter. Eri silk is sigil of sophistication with a touch of royalty which goes perfect for any occasion or festival.
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Garad saree : West Bengal
- The traditional Garad or Korial sarees are the symbol of culture in Bengal. Design Description of Korial Sarees: Also known as Gorod, the word Garad means ‘White’ or silk which is not been dyed keeping the purity of the fabric intact making them sacredly important to the women in Bengal. The silk fibers are woven extremely close together imparting fine texture to the saree. Distinguished by its red or maroon border with small paisley motifs on a white or off-white background these sarees are generally worn on extravagant occasions. To impart the heavy look Garad sarees are intricately woven using golden and silver silk threads. This coveted saree has a papery texture and the natural color of the silk makes it an expensive outfit.
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Jamdani Dhakai saree : West Bengal
- Arising from an exotic combination of Mughal patronage and ancient Hindu culture, Jamdani (Dhakai Jamdani) is the most exquisite cotton sarees epitome of strenuous and time consuming ancient form of weaving originated in Bengal. Design Description of Jamdani Sarees: Light as feather, the characteristic of these intricate sarees are the motifs that seem to float on the surface of ultra fine, translucent texture fabric adding the mystical charm which is nowhere to be found. The subtle patterns of the sarees are inspired from life itself and portrays a variety of motifs of plants, animals, nature, galaxy, and so on all the universe entities in geometrical and symmetrical ornamentation. The hand-woven technique with gold coloured thread enhances the fabulously rich patterns and motifs in contrasting assorted shades to the base fabric of cotton or silk. It is still considered as one of the finest muslins weaving in the world.
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Sambalpuri saree: Orissa
- The bright and vibrant Sambaluri sarees are traditional handwoven embroidery style sarees coming from a small village called Sambalpur in Orissa. Design Description of Sambalpuri Sarees: Pure handloom Sambalpuri sarees are created from a delicate weave of different techniques from tussar silk as well as soft cotton. Sambalpuri sarees infuses traditional motifs like flowers, wheels, temple, fish, shells drawing inspiration from daily life in the coastal villages in its fabric. What adds to the richness of the whole process and art is the technique of first dying the threads and later weaving it into fabric form.The unique patterns of embroidery and comfortability caters to all the needs and purposes of a saree enthusiast, whether it is doing household chores or working in the office for hours.
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Tant saree: West Bengal
- Originating from Bengal, Design Description of Tant Sarees: Tant sarees are woven from cotton threads, owing to its lightness and transparency its worn by women for daily outing. The specialty of this crisp cotton saree is that it is stiffly starched and contains excellent workmanship.One of the most comfortable saree for everyday use. But an embellished rich border rant saree with a decorated pallu can dazzle any opulent event.The fabric of this saree makes it easy to be carried and is highlighted by the thick border and beautiful prints. The airy tant saree makes it perfect for summer seasons. Numerous motifs are incorporated on tant saris, right from elepahnt motifs to checkered patterns. The patterns woven on such sarees are floral elements, solar elements and modern art. Up to date with the modern taste, these sarees are enhanced by hand-painted, embroidered and printed forms. The traditional Bengali variety of cotton that is used to make these sarees have a short fiber which gives a distinct crepe-like appearance to the woven cloth. These stiffly starched and deftly crafted sarees are very popular in West Bengal where this saree has become a household name. It is their universal appeal that has made these sarees the favourite of all.
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Muga saree - Assam
- The Muga silk sarees from Assam are made by a special kind of silk produced by a larvae that feeds on mainly two special leaves. The resulting silk from this larvae is known to be the best. It is glossy and very durable. As a matter of fact, you can find the golden threads of the Muga only in Assam.
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