Bhagalpuri Silk

Bhagalpuri Silk

The ‘Queen of all fabrics’, Bhagalpuri silk springs out from the essence of nature and is very well known for its unique and striking resilience and superior quality.
We feel every modern girl should have this saree – be it a wedding or an Office presentation, this saree shall always make you look stunning!

We have Tussar, Ghicha, Dupion ,Eri as well as Cotton silk – all of them a variety of Bhagalpuri weaves!

    • Bhagalpuri Handloom Silk – Chandramallika

      5,200.00 (Inclusive of taxes)

      Description                             

      This is a handwoven dupion silk saree, crafted by the skilled weavers of Bhagalpur. This six-yard of grace, when draped, will enhance your persona with its sheer richness of colour and softness of the fabric. Considered as the biggest trade centre of Eastern India, Bhagalpur is known for its unique silk fabrics. The fabric produced in Bhagalpur, are famous both at the domestic and the international market.

      This is a beautiful pick especially for you……..team it up with a contrast blouse to make it dramatic if you wish! Wear it to Corporate presentations or to an evening party and you shall always shine as it adds elegance and charm to your personality.

      Details

      Length:  6.35 meters

      Blouse Piece: Yes

      Wash Care: Dry Wash

      Fabric: Dupion Silk

    • Bhagalpuri Handloom Silk – Madhu Malti

      6,200.00 5,500.00 (Inclusive of taxes)

      Description: This saree is a handwoven Ghicha silk with beautiful and intricate embroidery work. This six-yard of grace, when draped, will enhance your mood with its sheer richness of colour and lightness of the fabric. The motifs on the saree adds elegance and grace, perfectly suiting your everyday occasions.

      Considered as the biggest trade centre of Eastern India, Bhagalpur is known for its unique silk fabrics. The fabric produced in Bhagalpur, are famous both at the domestic and the international market. Ghicha silk is a high quality fabric, which provides a glossy look to the saree. Its high quality natural fabric, makes it more durable and long lasting.

      Team this with modern jewellery to give yourself a stylish and contemporary look.

      Details

      Length:  6.35 meters

      Blouse Piece: Yes

      Wash Care: Dry Wash

      Fabric: Ghicha Silk

    • Bhagalpuri Handloom Silk – Gul Mehendi

      6,200.00 5,500.00 (Inclusive of taxes)

      Description: This saree is a handwoven pure tusser silk with beautiful and intricate embroidery work. This six-yard of grace, when draped, will enhance your mood with its sheer richness of colour and lightness of the fabric. The motifs on the saree adds elegance and grace, perfectly suiting your everyday occasions.

      Considered as the biggest trade centre of Eastern India, Bhagalpur is known for its unique silk fabrics called ‘Tussah or Tusser’. The fabric produced in Bhagalpur, are famous both at the domestic and the international market. Tusser is valued for its texture, charm and natural gold color, which is unusually rich and deep. It is the primary kind in the silk which has a lustrous, bright, soft hand feel and has highest wear resistance in the natural fabric.

      Team this with silver or gunmetal jewellery to give yourself a stylish and contemporary look.

      Details

      Length:  6.35 meters

      Blouse Piece: Yes

      Wash Care: Dry Wash

      Fabric: Tusser Silk

    • Bhagalpuri Handloom Silk – Guldaudi

      6,200.00 5,500.00 (Inclusive of taxes)

      Description: This saree is a handwoven pure tusser silk with beautiful and intricate embroidery work. This six-yard of grace, when draped, will enhance your mood with its sheer richness of colour and lightness of the fabric. The motifs on the saree adds elegance and grace, perfectly suiting your everyday occasions.

      Considered as the biggest trade centre of Eastern India, Bhagalpur is known for its unique silk fabrics called ‘Tussah or Tusser’. The fabric produced in Bhagalpur, are famous both at the domestic and the international market. Tusser is valued for its texture, charm and natural gold color, which is unusually rich and deep. It is the primary kind in the silk which has a lustrous, bright, soft hand feel and has highest wear resistance in the natural fabric.

      Team this with modern jewellery to give yourself a stylish and contemporary look.

      Details

      Length:  6.35 meters

      Blouse Piece: Yes

      Wash Care: Dry Wash

      Fabric: Tusser Silk

    • Bhagalpuri Golden Pheasant

      5,200.00 (Inclusive of taxes)

      This saree is a beautiful pick especially for you……..team it up with a contrast blouse to make it dramatic if you wish! Wear it to traditional functions or to an evening party and you shall always shine as it adds elegance and charm to your personality.

      Details

      Length:  6.35 meters

      Blouse Piece: Yes

      Wash Care: Dry Wash

      Fabric: Ghicha Silk

    • Bou Kantha

      8,200.00 (Inclusive of taxes)

      Description: This saree is hand embroidered with Kantha stitch on handwoven tassar silk fabric. The saree will take you down to your memory lane bringing your youthful charm, elegance and poise. The flower motifs are all over the body of saree with beautiful traditional designs on aanchal and paar.

      Kantha stitch popular in the eastern part of the country specially Bengal, Odisha, Tripura is unique and depicts beautiful motifs of flowers, animals, birds, geometrical shapes and themes from everyday life. The stitching on the fabric gives it a slightly wrinkled, wavy effect.

      Tassar is valued for its texture, charm and natural gold color, which is unusually rich and deep. It is the primary kind in the silk which has a lustrous, bright, soft hand feel and has highest wear resistance in the natural fabric.

      Details

      Length:  6.35 meters

      Blouse Piece: Yes

      Wash Care: Dry Wash

      Fabric: Tassar Silk

    • Madhubani Chocolate

      7,500.00 (Inclusive of taxes)

      Description: This saree is hand painted with Mithila art on handwoven tassar silk fabric. The painting on the saree is unique and represents artists vision of natures bounty love and fine geometrical pattern, giving sense of calm and importance of balance in nature. The aanchal and paar is decorated with beautiful motifs and fish design.

      Mithila or Madhubani art originates from the Mithila region of Indian state of Bihar. The art prominently displays different styles and aspects of nature and scenes and deity from ancient epics.

      Tassar is valued for its texture, charm and natural gold color, which is unusually rich and deep. It is the primary kind in the silk which has a lustrous, bright, soft hand feel and has highest wear resistance in the natural fabric.

      Details

      Length:  6.35 meters

      Blouse Piece: Yes

      Wash Care: Dry Wash

      Fabric: Tassar Silk

    • Madhubani Rustorange

      7,500.00 (Inclusive of taxes)

      Description: This saree is hand painted with Mithila art on handwoven tassar silk fabric. The painting on the saree is unique and represents artists vision of natures bounty love and fine expression of peacocks in the garden, signifying joy and happiness. The aanchal and paar is decorated with subtle red, green, blue and yellow motifs with fine dancing peacock design.

      Mithila or Madhubani art originates from the Mithila region of Indian state of Bihar. The art prominently displays different styles and aspects of nature and scenes and deity from ancient epics. Tassar is valued for its texture, charm and natural gold color, which is unusually rich and deep. It is the primary kind in the silk which has a lustrous, bright, soft hand feel and has highest wear resistance in the natural fabric.

      Details:

      Length:  6.35 meters

      Blouse Piece: Yes

      Wash Care: Dry Wash

      Fabric: Tassar Silk

    • Madhubani Lampblack

      7,500.00 (Inclusive of taxes)

      Description: This saree is hand painted with Mithila art on handwoven tassar silk fabric. The painting on the saree is unique and represents artists vision of natures bounty love and fine geometrical pattern, giving sense of calm and importance of balance in nature. The aanchal and paar is decorated with fish motifs and black and red fine geometrical pattern.

      Mithila or Madhubani art originates from the Mithila region of Indian state of Bihar. The art prominently displays different styles and aspects of nature and scenes and deity from ancient epics. Tassar is valued for its texture, charm and natural gold color, which is unusually rich and deep. It is the primary kind in the silk which has a lustrous, bright, soft hand feel and has highest wear resistance in the natural fabric.

      Details

      Length:  6.35 meters

      Blouse Piece: Yes

      Wash Care: Dry Wash

      Fabric: Tassar Silk

    • Bhagalpuri Blue Heron

      5,200.00 (Inclusive of taxes)

      This saree is a beautiful pick especially for you……..team it up with a contrast blouse to make it dramatic if you wish! Wear it to Corporate presentations or to an evening party and you […]

    • Bhagalpuri Catbird

      5,200.00 (Inclusive of taxes)

      This saree is a beautiful pick especially for you……..team it up with a contrast blouse to make it dramatic if you wish! Wear it to Corporate presentations or to an evening party and you shall always shine as it adds elegance and charm to your personality.

      Details

      Length:  6.35 meters

      Blouse Piece: Yes

      Wash Care: Dry Wash

      Fabric: Eri Silk

    • Bhagalpuri Golden Oriole

      5,200.00 (Inclusive of taxes)

      This saree is a beautiful pick especially for you……..team it up with a contrast blouse to make it dramatic if you wish! Wear it to Corporate presentations or to an evening party and you shall always shine as it adds elegance and charm to your personality.

      Details

      Length:  6.35 meters

      Blouse Piece: Yes

      Wash Care: Dry Wash

      Fabric: Tassar Silk

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