The Baluchari sari traces its origin to West Bengal. The name Baluchari came into existence because the weaving of these saris started in a small village called Baluchar in the Murshidabad district of West Bengal around 500 years ago. Due to some natural calamities, the weaving set up was then moved to Bishnupur from Baluchar and the industry grew tremendously there after the British rule.
Manufacturing a Baluchari sari is a time consuming process. It requires extremely good craftsmanship and takes around a week to weave one saree. These are hand woven and use the purest of yarns depending on the material. These were originally woven only using the purest of silk threads; however, as time went by, cotton fabric was also used to weave the Baluchari sari.
WeaveType :: Bengal Handloom
Work Type :: Baluchari
Material :: Pure Cotton
Length :: 5.4 mtr
This saree doesn’t have any blouse piece
Width :: 48 inches
Wash :: Cold & Gentle Hand Wash
Weight :: 600 gm approx