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Paisley Design Hazar Buti Tant Orange Saree

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Paisley Design Hazar Buti Tant Orange Saree

SKU : BANRAJhaz0000002w

Sold by : Rajat Basak

Design - Paisley.

Dyeing - Orange.

Material - Cotton.

Thread Count - 80x100.

$ 11
Processing Charge : $ 39(Customs charges Incl.)

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Banglar Tant
design

Design

Paisley

dyework

Dyeing

Orange

origin

Origin

seller

Seller

Rajat Basak

material

Material

Cotton

threadcount

Thread count

80x100

Product description

Brand

Banglar Tant sarees, the traditional cotton fabrics, originated from the roots of Bengal, come with exquisite range of designs and unparalleled craftsmanship. Intricate textures, the transluscencies and distinctive styles in the Banglar Tant, depict the deft art of weaving from the weaving belt of Samudragarh, Dhatrigram, Dhonekahli, Phulia, Shantipur and Burdwan districts of Bengal. The soothing colours and natural designs on whole body and borders of the Banglar Tant sarees make it an ideal wear for Bengali women. In this respect, the Orange coloured, various Paisley designs and motifs on Paisley Design Hazar Buti Tant Orange Saree is one of the best known creation ever since on Banglar Tant saree by a popular name Rajat Basak.

Design

sarees

The traditional cotton fabrics of Bengal, Banglar Tant sarees are weaved in jacquard or dobby looms. Geometrical patterns and floral and paisley motifs with beautifully embellished thick borders and a decorative pallavs mostly dominates the designs in Banglar Tant. However, many new improvisations are made within this brand of saree. The Orange coloured Paisley Design Hazar Buti Tant Orange Saree saree weaved by Rajat Basak exhibits the brilliance of Paisley motifs.

Making

Making of sarees

The social and cultural tradition of Bengal has influenced the dressing of the region including the making of Bengal Cotton Handloom which is known as Tantshilpa. The elegant, easy-to-use and ethnic 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. Jacquard looms are used to stitch the essentially Bengali traditional motifs and designs on the saree. The Paisley Design Hazar Buti Tant Orange Saree saree which comes under Hazar Buti Tant Saree carrying Paisley motif that has an essence that is exclusively Bangali. Rajat Basak shows exceptional excellence in weaving this kind of saree.

Dyeing

process of dyeing

The bright colours in Banglar Tant sarees enhance the feminine beauty of every woman. Banglar Tant with good quality have their own dyeing specialty. Attractive natural colours extracted from fruits, vegetables, leaves, turmeric, etc. with exceptional longevity are used in dyeing fine quality cotton handlooms of Bengal. The Orange coloured Paisley Design Hazar Buti Tant Orange Saree saree weaved by Rajat Basak exhibits natural glow complimenting feminine charm.

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