Draping a baluchari saree is like highlighting yourself with India’s complex and rich history. This exclusive silk originated in Bengal and is defined by gorgeous borders and pallu, depicting scenes from mythological tales and other religious texts. The bright pink shade and fineness of this baluchari silk ensures it to be a must have trousseau in every bridal shopping collection. The quality of a baluchari sari is checked at every possible stage of its production, from the stage of dying of yarn to the packaging of sari, as it embarks a sign of aristocracy for every woman who owns it.
The one shown on this page is an absolute stunner from the master collection of balucharis, categorized under the Meenakari Baluchari, where two colors of threads are used to weave attractive historic scenes from the Ramayana all over the pallu in a horizontal pattern along with highlights of meenakari work. Not only this, the beautiful thick border also reminds us of the various events and places from Ramayana. As you move your attention from this angle, the entire field area quickly grabs it by the charming motifs of small paisleys, woven in a finite pattern and the elegant and sophisticated interplay of golden and black resham threads further brightens each and every minute detail in flamboyance. Its soothing lustre and stylish intricacies allow it to be worn at marriage functions or any other outing at any time of the day in every season to make you stand out in grace.