Jamdani is a vividly patterned, sheer cotton fabric, traditionally woven on a hand loom by craftspeople in Bengal.
The most well-known silk saree of Bengal is the Baluchari, a product with exquisite design and weaving.
In the history of textiles, there is no name more famous than that of Bengal Muslin.
Within the context of Indian embroidery, the kantha is a living tradition.
Shantipuri Saree is named after the place Shantipur in Nadia district in West Bengal.
Dhaniakhali sarees are produced in Haripal, Rajbalhat Rasidpur, Dwarhata, Ramnagar, Gurap and Antpur of Hooghly.
Begampuri sarees are beautifully handwoven, easy to maintain cotton saree that do not require frequent starching and drape like a dream.
The Indo-Portuguese quilts mark a period in history when the textiles of India had reached the peak of their sophistication.
‘Kantha' embroidery was traditionally made of worn out pieces of cloth.
The faintly fragrant silk ‘Balaposh’ quilt which also double as elegant shawl is an example of the fine craftsmanship of Bengal.