Tangail Satin Silk Saree
Fabric - Satin-Silk
Colour - Red
Type - Saree, Traditional
Seven Yard of Style
Women of various regions of India wear the saree in different styles; therefore the length of the saree also varies. Like the Kokku and Kari-Kothu Saree of Tamil Nadu. Likewise, there are other types os Sarees like the Guntur Saree, Kadamba Sareeand the Bangla Saree.
The usual length of sarees is 6-yards. Biswa Bangla has launched 7-yard Bangla Saree this Puja to help Bengal women drape the saree differently with more style and elegance.
The longer yardage will allow women to try out different styles-with the extra yardage giving the zing.
About Tangail Saree
Tangail sarees are hand-woven on cotton and silk with hand-worked buti, floral design or contemporary motifs. The main characteristic of Tangail saree is the extra weft buti, tiny motifs repeated all over the ground of the saree with the help of Jacquard loom. Cotton Tangail is very popular because it is light and excellent as a daily wear. About 1,000 weavers and 2,000 ancillary artisans, largely in Nadia and some in Bardhaman district are producing these colourful, easy-to-manage, uniquely elegant cotton sarees.