1. Types Of Sarees From Across The Country_30mar18

    Names of Sarees from different states

    Our country is one of the richest when it comes to cultures and traditions. We celebrate all our festivals with much pomp and show and believe in going the grand way, no matter what the occasion. Be it down south or up north, every region and state has something spectacular to offer - different cuisines, different rituals, different clothes and so much more.

    But there is one thing that binds us all through threads of elegance and that is our love for sarees. The nine-yard beauty is something all women hold close to their heart. Sarees are not just cloth to be draped around your waist, they are much more than that. They have a deeper emotional connect for us, all because of our mothers.

    No matter how westernized we become saree still remains the most attractive and appealing attire for an Indian woman. Bengal which has been known for its tradition and customs since ages unknown is a perfect

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  2. Bengali Tant Sarees & Backgroung_23mar18


    Synonymous with Bengal cotton handlooms, tant (or taant, tat, taat) sarees are among the most popular sarees worn by the women of West Bengal and Bangladesh. Their light, airy texture makes them especially suited for the warm and humid summers of this region. Tant sarees are characterized by a thick border, a decorative pallav and are woven with a variety of floral, paisley and other artistic motifs. The best handloom result of Bengal textile industry and we are privileged that we get best in women sarees in the form of eco-friendly taant sarees or tant sarees. The main feature of these traditional tant sarees is their broad red anchal and the complete bodice in milky white hue. These light in weight sarees are the exclusive products .They are a great hit during Durga Puja and other festivals. You might have spotted a Bong beauty during fest times and couldn’t sweep off your eyes.

    Tant Saree is a traditional style of Bengal

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  3. The handloom story_16mar18


    Weaving in India has a very long tradition, predating the coming of the Aryans. People wore woven cloth during the Indus Valley Civilization in the 2nd millennium B.C. Weaving is technique of fabric production. It consists of intertwining of two separate yarns or threads at right angles to form a fabric or cloth. Those two threads are called warp and the weft. Fabric is usually woven on a loom which is a device that holds the warp threads in place while weft is woven through them. There are also other methods of weaving. The method where the warp and weft interlace with each other is called the weave. The basic types of weave are plain weave, satin weave and twill which give different patterns and textures of fabrics for different uses.

    Indian handloom made its way to ancient Egypt and Rome! Vividly dyed textile fabric from India was so prized that it adorned the royalty as far back as ove

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  4. The handloom story of Shantipur – Fulia_26mar18

    Origin and Evolution of the Handloom Industry of Fulia and Its Present Scenario, Nadia District, West Bengal, India:

    Santipur city in Nadia district of West Bengal is located approximately 90 kilometres from Kolkata. The city and its neighbouring towns have for long been renowned for their soft and fine handloom saris.

    The demand for handloom fabric in India as well as in other countries remains significant. But because of competition from powerlooms and falling incomes, among other factors, skilled weavers across the country have been struggling to survive for years. Many in Santipur too have abandoned their looms and migrated in search of other livelihoods.

    he handloom sarees woven in Nadia district of West Bengal are known as Santipuri sarees. Thousands of handloom clusters in the Santipur-Fulia region make Santipuri tant, tangail, and jamdani handloom sarees in a variety of yarns like cotton, tussar and silk.

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  5. Handloom & Saree Story_19mar18(Part 2)

    Women and thier emmense love affair with Handloom Saree:

    we talk to women who have always disregarded the definition of a saree as a length of unstitched cloth. Like many others, for them the saree is a repository of family histories, of grandmothers and mothers passing on tradition wrapped up in nine yards, of experiments with drapes and a search for individual identity — a lifetime of gathering the pleats.

    Young women, even the occasional college goers, have been fashionably sporting the saree with sneakers, backless cholis, and backpack in tow to cafes, plays, and pubs and making their own style statement. And when movie stars wear handloom sarees, on screen or off it, the desire to imitate the look is also strong -- whether it's Vidya Balan, Nandita Das, Konkona Sen, Shabana Azmi, Nayanthara, or Radhika Apte.

    The fact is, today, you may not be keen to wear your mom’s old denim bell-bottoms straight out of the 70s with thei

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  6. How To Choose A Perfect Saree For Your Body Type Or How to Pick Right Saree for your Body?_2apr18

    Every Indian woman loves sarees. A saree is one piece of clothing that is a must-have in a woman’s wardrobe. This approximately 7 meters long piece of cloth might give you an entirely different look and make you look like a goddess and fetch hundreds of compliments. This ethnic Indian attire has always been a quintessential part of Indian wear. This 6 yard long mesmerizing piece of cloth beautifies Indian woman’s natural beauty in such a way that today whole world has accepted and even praised the richness of Indian Sarees. Be it a regular office day, or a party or a family function, the right saree for your body can always get you attention from everyone.

    But hey! This is the same very long and unmanageable piece of cloth that may make you look horrible and unfashionable if your choice goes wrong. To choose saree that accentuates your figure, you need to be careful about your body type.

    But, to choose a right saree for your body is an art. A wrong saree can make yo

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