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She Vibrant (Saree)

Handloom Cotton Blue Begumpuri Saree

Sale priceRs. 5,750.00
MRP Inclusive of taxes

Pre Drape This Saree (Rs. 1,900.00) Pre Drape
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Product Type: Saree

Length:  5.50 m (550.00 cm)  ; Width:  1.17 m (116.84 cm)

Blouse Piece: No

Fabric: Cotton

Wash Care: Dry wash

Blouse: The model is wearing XS size blouse called Pink Cinamon roll

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 her, the colours of life swirled with vibrancy, a living canvas of experiences painted with bold strokes. Her laughter echoed like joyous melodies, infusing spaces with vivacity. Yet, beneath her vibrant exterior, a profound river ran. Her thoughts were galaxies; each sentence a constellation of wisdom. In her presence, conversations ran deep, unravelling myriad complexities. Her vibrant spirit held stories, and her profound mind held their meanings. She was a walking paradox, a symphony of vivacity and profundity, but it was a beautiful paradox indeed.

Let this turquoise blue saree that’s handwoven in the Begumpuri tradition reflect the vibrancy of your soul.

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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