Bengali Sarees with a Mystical Appeal
Ages have past, many new innovations have been made by the designers to the Indian saree but the very essence of wearing a saree, the unique style and elegance it offers to the wearer remains the same and will continue to do so for centuries to come.
Varied Traditional Indian Sarees-
There is an assorted variety of saree that complete the entire ensemble of Indian sarees to name a few Venkatgiri from Hyderabad, Sambalpuri, Bomkai and Vichitrapuri cotton saris of Orissa, Chanderi Sarees in Madhya Pradesh, Karalkudi sarees of Kerela, Kanjeevaram from Tamilnadu, Maheshwari sarees of Madhya Pradesh, Jamdani cotton sarees from West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh, Nander and Pochampalli sarees Andhra Pradesh, tie and dye cotton sarees from Rajasthan and Gujarat and the list is endless.
Indian sarees are in the present times have evolved as the most preferred choice of outfit to be worn in traditional festivals, weddings and social gatherings. Sarees have become so famous all across the globe that even celebrities keenly show off exquisite designer sarees at international ceremonies.
Mystic Appeal Of Bengali Sarees-
Though all kinds of Indian sarees are well-liked yet among them Bengali Sarees stand out creating a special niche for itself in the fashion industry. Bengali sarees are a rant and rave not only among Indian women but also among women in the international sphere. A very popular and distinctive Bengali saree that is recognized and admired by all is in white or off white color with fine-looking red border which looks elegant after being draped. This specific saree is a representation of the unique and rich Bengali culture. Primarily during Durga Puja and other religious festivals the white or off white color red border traditional saree is worn by married women and young girls, and paired along with traditional jewelry and bindi. This, style enhances the beauty and elegance of the women, along with adding a mystic charm.
• Bengali sarees are designed in Silk, Cotton and Banarasi materials, and obtainable in a exquisite collection of shade, patterns and textures.
• Some more exotic ensemble of Bengali sarees comprises of Silk Baluchari, Korial, Tant, Tangail, Shantipur, Garad, Dhakaiya Jamdani, Dhonekhali, etc.
• Bengali sarees are easily obtainable that are suitable for all kinds of occasion and is designed to meet the budget of clients belonging to all section of the society. Furthermore, bonanza of draping a gorgeous Bengali saree is that it can be draped in several ways which defines the beauty, elegance of the wearer.
The charisma of Bengali sarees can be seen during festivals, weddings, parties, etc when women drape the ravishing sarees in different styles. The mystic appeal of the Bengali sarees has captivated the Indian film industry as well. Bollywood heroines have time and again draped the traditional Bengali sarees in numerous films, the sarees have as expected have glorified their charm and beauty.
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