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She Fearless (Saree)

Handloom Cotton Black Begumpuri Saree

SKU: SUTAHAN353
Sale priceRs. 5,200.00
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Product Type: Saree

Length:  5.50 m (550.00 cm)

Width:  1.16 m (116.00 cm)

Fabric: Cotton

Wash Care: Dry wash

What You Will Receive: 1 Saree

Blouse Piece: No

Blouse: The model is wearing XS size blouse called Rose Sorbet

Disclaimer: The pictures are clicked in daylight. Colour may vary slightly from the image due to the screen brightness

What You will Recieve: 1 Saree

In the face of adversity, she emerged a tempest, a woman of fearless determination who scoffed at odds. With courage as her armour, she charged against the storm, daring it to strike. Obstacles crumbled like ash beneath her fiery gaze, for she refused to yield to limitations. The word 'impossible' was but a challenge, a gauntlet she snatched and cast aside. Her journey carved a trail of shattered norms and rebuilt dreams. Defying gravity, she soared where others hesitated to tread. In her unyielding spirit, she crafted a testament to the indomitable strength of a woman against all odds.

Let this black handloom cotton saree that’s woven in the Begumpuri style unleash your bravest, most fearless self.  

Begumpuri sarees bear a historical legacy rooted in Bengal's rich textile heritage. Named after Begumpur, a village in West Bengal, these sarees were favoured by queens and noblewomen. Originating in the 17th century, they showcase a distinctive chequered pattern, and are a symbol of timeless elegance.
These sarees are a tribute to Indian handloom artistry and entail a meticulous crafting process. Skilled weavers transform unbleached cotton into these timeless drapes using traditional pit looms. The unassuming beauty of these sarees lies in their simplicity, where centuries-old craftsmanship and skill take centre stage. On average, it takes a weaver around three to five days of dedicated weaving to complete a Begumpuri saree. 

 

 

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