Dhaniakhali in Hooghly district, once famous for its superfine dhotis has, with falling demand for them, moved over to the production of equally superior Sarees in pastel shades.
The material for the Dhaniakhali sari is somewhat coarse and heavier than other textiles from Bengal but suits the middle class budget and as such is popular.
An ordinary Dhaniakhali sari takes a minimum of two days (10–12 hours each day), to be woven, The most exotic ones take four to five days to weave.
Dhaniakhali Saree is a cotton saree made in Dhaniakhali, West Bengal, India.It is a saree with 100 by 100 cotton thread count and comfortable for hot and humid weather.
Weave Type:: Bengal Handloom
Work Type:: Dhaniakhali
Weave Time:: 3 days for a saree.
Length::5.4 mtr for the saree
Width:: 48 inches
Colour:: White Contrast With Red
Weight:: 650 gms approx
Wash:: Cold Gentle Hand Wash
>This Saree Contains Starch