The revival and subsequent popularity of the Begampuri saree is a classic success story of the Indian handloom industry.
These sarees can be identified by their loosely woven, light-weight and translucent made and have contrasting borders in many colours etc.
These are also emphasized by a serrated edge motif.
Narrow borders are woven with designs of a variety of stripes and figured motifs using dyed cotton yarn on the weft.
Every saree is characterized by the design on its Border, Pallav and Body.The simplest of these sarees take about 10-12 hours to weave. More intricate designs could even take 5-6 days to complete.
This is a genuine Hand crafted piece, unevenness in the selvedge and weave could be expected due to the traditional hand weave
Begumpuri sarees are handwoven in the small town of Begumpur, West Bengal. These sarees can be identified by their loosely woven, light-weight make and have contrasting borders in Black&Rose.The borders are emphasized by a serregated edge motif.Narrow borders are woven with designs of a variety of stripes an figured motifs using cotton yarn on the weft. Weavers use a pit loom or frame loom for weaving these sarees with extra warp of 2/100s or 2/80s cotton yarn.Each saree comes with pure handloom mark.
Cold Hand Wash ,Wash Separately & Starch ,Use Mild Detergent ,Do Not Machine Dry ,Do not Bleach.