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Abstract Design Tant Benarasi Cotton Brown Colour Saree

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Abstract Design Tant Benarasi Cotton Brown Colour Saree

SKU : BANRAJTAN0000001p

Sold by : Rajat Basak

Design - Abstract .

Dyeing - Brown.

Origin - Santipur.

Material - Cotton.

Thread Count - 80x100.

$ 21
Processing Charge : $ 39(Customs charges Incl.)

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Banglar Tant
design

Design

Abstract

dyework

Dyeing

Brown

origin

Origin

Santipur

seller

Seller

Rajat Basak

material

Material

Cotton

threadcount

Thread count

80x100

Product description

Brand

The traditional cotton fabric of Bengal, originating from the roots, or the Banglar Tant comes in a range of exquisite variety. It is marked by unparalleled craftsmanship and intricate textures. The transluscencies and distinctive styles in the Banglar Tant showcase the creativity of the artisans of Samudragarh, Dhatrigram, Dhonekahli, Phulia, Shantipur and Burdwan districts of Bengal. Banglar Tant with its natural designs and traditional colour contrasts on whole body and borders reveals an ideal Bengali femininity. The Brown coloured Abstract Design Tant Benarasi Cotton Brown Colour Saree with Abstract designs and motifs is one of the most creative product in Banglar Tant saree by Rajat Basak.

Design

sarees

Most of the Banglar Tant sarees, the traditional cotton fabrics, originated from the roots of Bengal, are produced with the help of jacquard or dobby. The jacquard loom simplifies the process of producing Banglar Tant weaves and makes the floral, paisley and other motifs and patterns besides the typical geometrical patterns with numerous variations intricately and easily represented . Small and large paisley patterns of Abstract Design Tant Benarasi Cotton Brown Colour Saree is an excellent work artistry of Rajat Basak, whose forefathers might have migrated to western part of Bengal. However, the specialty in this Abstract designed Abstract Design Tant Benarasi Cotton Brown Colour Saree lies in its repeated diagonal order all over the body.

Making

Making of sarees

The making process of Bengal Cotton Handloom is known as Tantshilpa. The design and material for making this variety of saree was inspired largely by the socio-cultural ethnicity of the region. The gorgeous, comfortable and traditional Banglar Tant are weaved out of strong and fine quality threads reeled upon Paani and then weaved with the help of boa, for combing each thread distinctly, and sana, used for punching the threads together. The decorative patterns carrying the essence Bengali roots and traditions are then stitched onto the sarees with the help of Jacquard looms. The Abstract Design Tant Benarasi Cotton Brown Colour Saree saree which comes under Tant Benarasi Saree carrying Abstract motif that has a natal essence. Rajat Basak shows exceptional excellence in weaving this kind of saree.

Dyeing

process of dyeing

Banglar Tant sarees are mostly found in bright colours best suited to enhance the feminine beauty. Fine quality Banglar Tant sarees have their own dyeing specialty. Each pattern of a tant is treated with individual natural colour. These natural colours used are extracted from fruits, vegetables, leaves, turmeric, etc. and have exceptional longevity. The Brown coloured Abstract Design Tant Benarasi Cotton Brown Colour Saree saree weaved by Rajat Basak exhibits natural glow with feminine attractiveness.

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