Bangladeshi Style Jamdani Saree - 6439 Saree Riya's Collection
Bangladeshi Style Jamdani Saree - 6439 Saree Riya's Collection
Bangladeshi Style Jamdani Saree - 6439 Saree Riya's Collection
Bangladeshi Style Jamdani Saree - 6439 Saree Riya's Collection
Bangladeshi Style Jamdani Saree - 6439 Saree Riya's Collection
Bangladeshi Style Jamdani Saree - 6439 Saree Riya's Collection

Bangladeshi Style Jamdani Saree - 6439

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Bangladeshi Style Jamdani Saree was originally known as Dhakai named...

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SKU: IE.SAR.6439
Description & Specifications
Bangladeshi Style Jamdani Saree was originally known as Dhakai named after the city of Dhaka. The Jamdani weaving tradition spread and continues in West Bengal. It is a handloom woven fabric made of cotton, which was historically referred to as muslin. It is one of the most time and labor-intensive forms of handloom weaving, and is considered one of the finest varieties of muslin.

The blouse and jewellery worn by the model are not included.

The model wearing this saree is 5'6" tall.

Color of the actual product may vary slightly from the image due to photography and/or screen brightness.

Occasion

Festive wear Office wear

Saree Dimensions

5.5 m x 1.25 m

Blouse Piece

Not included

Craft

Jamdani

Care Guide

Always dry wash when washing for the first time. Subsequent washes maybe either hand wash or dry wash. Do not machine wash.
Use only a mild detergent.
Do not wring it vigorously; instead, hang it for a while to allow the excess water to drain off. Always starch cotton sarees after wash to retain their brightness.
Dry the washed saree in a shaded area. Avoid direct sunlight so that colors do not fade.

Bangladeshi Style Jamdani Saree was originally known as Dhakai named after the city of Dhaka. The Jamdani weaving tradition spread and continues in West Bengal. It is a handloom woven fabric made of cotton, which was historically referred to as muslin. It is one of the most time and labor-intensive forms of handloom weaving, and is considered one of the finest varieties of muslin.

The blouse and jewellery worn by the model are not included.

The model wearing this saree is 5'6" tall.

Color of the actual product may vary slightly from the image due to photography and/or screen brightness.