There is a wide variety of popular sarees made in the Eastern States of
India. The states of east part of India comprising West Bengal, Bihar,
Assam, Tripura etc. display a wide assortment of sarees, each unique to the
culture and tradition, specific to that state. Bringing out the grace and
elegance of a woman in its fullest form, the sarees of East India are
beautifully woven in various prints, designs and colors. The expert skills
of the weavers are demonstrated wonderfully in these handmade sarees from
East India. Cotton, mulberry silk and wild silk are the three main natural
fibres used for weaving sarees in this region, though nowadays, artficial
silk and other man made fibers are also used. Sarees of East India have a
different weaving technique, typical to that region and inlaid with
intricate patterns and designs, maybe in the whole body or just at the
borders and anchal.
Some of the famous sarees of this region
sarees are nation and world wide popular because of their artistic and
unique design. 'Baluchari' is one of the most popular weaving techniques of
Another variety of
saree avaible in East India is the Bomkai saree. Produced in Orissa, these
sarees have touches of ikat work, like the Sambalpuri sarees.
are much sought after by fashion-conscious working women for their elegance,
comfort and light weight.
Muga sarees are the
famous silk sarees produced only in Assam.
Pat Sarees are another
type of sarees produced only in Assam like Muga Sarees.
Sambalpuri sarees are some of the most beautiful sarees in India.
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