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Buy Baluchari Sari Made from Bengal with Woven Wedding Rituals on Pallu - Exotic India Art

by Kapil Goel Director

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Buy Baluchari Sari Made from Bengal 
Buy Baluchari Sari Made from Bengal

The Baluchari is the most sumptuous saree of the delta region. In fact, up until the nearby Banarasi brocades caught up with regional fashion, a Baluchari was the quintessential wedding saree for the Bengali bride. The one that you see on this page bears all the hallmarks of a quality Baluchari saree. It comes from the local drawlooms of the Baluchar village of Bengal, and is fashioned from a silk whose texture will make you want to never take this off.

Buy Baluchari Sari Made from Bengal with Woven Wedding Rituals on Pallu 

The rich azure base colour of this saree is a distinctive hue, which makes this a fit number to be worn on one of the post-wedding rituals. A Bengali bride motif - white saree, red border, and garland in her hands - is woven across the field. The endpiece is woven in with panel after panel of motifs, each depicting a particular episode of the bridal journey. Same goes for the moderately thick border that hems in the gorgeous foundation blue. An unconventional Baluchari, this saree would be a great pick for the bride’s sister or best friend.


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