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Ramayana with Kolka Design Baluchuri Mina Silk Bottle Green Saree with Blouse Piece

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Ramayana with Kolka Design Baluchuri Mina Silk Bottle Green Saree with Blouse Piece

SKU : BANSORBAL00000013

Sold by : Sourav Chowbey

Design - Ramayana.

Dyeing - Bottle Green.

Origin - Murshidabad.

Material - Silk.

Thread Count - 1600x2400.

$ 122
Processing Charge : $ 39(Customs charges Incl.)

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Banglar Silk
design

Design

Ramayana

dyework

Dyeing

Bottle Green

origin

Origin

Murshidabad

seller

Seller

Sourav Chowbey

material

Material

Silk

threadcount

Thread count

1600x2400

Product description

Brand

Bishnupur, Jayaganj, Islampur and other areas in and around Murshidabad and Bankura districts of Bengal are renowned for their silk weaving. Banglar Silk weaving culture is largely related to the nawabi Mughal era in Bengal. The Sourav Chowbey highlight the Bottle Green coloured Ramayana with Kolka Design Baluchuri Mina Silk Bottle Green Saree with Blouse Piece with zari and silver embroidery . Darker tones of this saree shows the expert work of art of the Sourav Chowbey. Besides , the admirers go weak on their knees looking at the floral motifs and scenes of religious epics depicted through the patterns and designs on the saree.

Design

Modern Meena

The Bottle Green coloured traditional Ramayana with Kolka Design Baluchuri Mina Silk Bottle Green Saree with Blouse Piece, produced with help of pitlooms, originated from Bishnupur, Jayaganj, Islampur and other areas in and around Murshidabad and Bankaura districts of Bengal. This is a well designed saree produced with the help of pitlooms. Various aspects of lifestyle, dance forms, artforms, miniature presentation human forms along with neatly woven silver zari on the saree is a deft work of art.

Making

Making of sarees

For the making of the Banglar Silk which is popularly “Queen of Textiles”, the threads are obtained from cocoon cultivation or sericulture. The threads may also be handmade, with the efforts and skills of the Sourav Chowbey. It is the hard labour and artistic techniques of Sourav Chowbey, that makes the silk sarees of Bengal, particularly the Bottle Green coloured Ramayana with Kolka Design Baluchuri Mina Silk Bottle Green Saree with Blouse Piece glimmery and soft and immensely attractive.

Dyeing

process of dyeing

Traditional Banglar Silk Saree, particularly the Ramayana with Kolka Design Baluchuri Mina Silk Bottle Green Saree with Blouse Piece, which have originated from Bishnupur, Jayaganj, Islampur and areas in and around Murshidabad and Bankura districts are made with the help of pitlooms and treated with dyeing specialities. The ground colour of the fabric is patterned neatly. Besides the Red, green, blue, yellow and scarlet of Banglar Silk Sarees are few favourite choices of the modern Bengali women across the world, which are especially obtained from fruits, vegetables, turmeric, etc. The Bottle Green coloured the Ramayana with Kolka Design Baluchuri Mina Silk Bottle Green Saree with Blouse Piece under Banglar Silk with golden or silver brocades with other attractive Ramayana mostly depicting mythological stories and human figures is the brilliant artistic technique of the Sourav Chowbey.

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