Handloom sarees are a traditional art of Bangladesh and India. The handloom sarees are made from silk or cotton threads. Completion of a single saree takes two to three days of work. Several regions have their own traditions of handloom sarees. A saree is often woven on a loom made from ropes, wooden beams and poles. The sarees can vary in size and quality. Weaving takes place in many regions of India. Each region has its own traditional designs for the motifs and colours.

Malmal

999
ID: 01XO0003001

Malmal

1049
ID: 01TF0001001

Malmal

8599
ID: 01T30001001

Cotton Malmal

2199
ID: 02A7000C001

Cotton Malmal

2199
ID: 02A7000A001

Malmal

1299
ID: 01XO000L001

Handloom sarees are a traditional art of Bangladesh and India. The handloom sarees are made from silk or cotton threads. Completion of a single saree takes two to three days of work. Several regions have their own traditions of handloom sarees. A saree is often woven on a loom made from ropes, wooden beams and poles. The sarees can vary in size and quality. Weaving takes place in many regions of India. Each region has its own traditional designs for the motifs and colours.

Beautiful shade of blue malmal print saree with detailed work on body, the saree comes with an unstitched blouse piece.

Malmal

1299
ID: 01XO0009001

Handloom sarees are a traditional art of Bangladesh and India. The handloom sarees are made from silk or cotton threads. Completion of a single saree takes two to three days of work. Several regions have their own traditions of handloom sarees. A saree is often woven on a loom made from ropes, wooden beams and poles. The sarees can vary in size and quality. Weaving takes place in many regions of India. Each region has its own traditional designs for the motifs and colours.

White colour cotton handloom saree with contrasting bright mulmul print art work, the saree comes with an unstitched blouse piece.

Malmal

1299
ID: 01XO0008001

Handloom sarees are a traditional art of Bangladesh and India. The handloom sarees are made from silk or cotton threads. Completion of a single saree takes two to three days of work. Several regions have their own traditions of handloom sarees. A saree is often woven on a loom made from ropes, wooden beams and poles. The sarees can vary in size and quality. Weaving takes place in many regions of India. Each region has its own traditional designs for the motifs and colours.

White colour cotton handloom saree with black colour mulmul print on it, the saree comes with an unstitched blouse piece.

Malmal

1299
ID: 01XO000F001

Handloom sarees are a traditional art of Bangladesh and India. The handloom sarees are made from silk or cotton threads. Completion of a single saree takes two to three days of work. Several regions have their own traditions of handloom sarees. A saree is often woven on a loom made from ropes, wooden beams and poles. The sarees can vary in size and quality. Weaving takes place in many regions of India. Each region has its own traditional designs for the motifs and colours.

White colour cotton handloom saree with black colour skirt kuchu and contrasting mulmul print over it, the saree comes with an unstitched blouse piece.

Malmal

1299
ID: 01XO000C001

Handloom sarees are a traditional art of Bangladesh and India. The handloom sarees are made from silk or cotton threads. Completion of a single saree takes two to three days of work. Several regions have their own traditions of handloom sarees. A saree is often woven on a loom made from ropes, wooden beams and poles. The sarees can vary in size and quality. Weaving takes place in many regions of India. Each region has its own traditional designs for the motifs and colours.

White colour cotton handloom saree with contratsing colour mulmul print on whole body, the saree comes with unstitched blouse piece.

Malmal

1299
ID: 01XO000B001

Handloom sarees are a traditional art of Bangladesh and India. The handloom sarees are made from silk or cotton threads. Completion of a single saree takes two to three days of work. Several regions have their own traditions of handloom sarees. A saree is often woven on a loom made from ropes, wooden beams and poles. The sarees can vary in size and quality. Weaving takes place in many regions of India. Each region has its own traditional designs for the motifs and colours.

Pure white colour cotton handloom saree with black colour mulmul print on it, the saree comes with an unstitched blouse piece.

Malmal

1299
ID: 01XO000A001

Handloom sarees are a traditional art of Bangladesh and India. The handloom sarees are made from silk or cotton threads. Completion of a single saree takes two to three days of work. Several regions have their own traditions of handloom sarees. A saree is often woven on a loom made from ropes, wooden beams and poles. The sarees can vary in size and quality. Weaving takes place in many regions of India. Each region has its own traditional designs for the motifs and colours.

White coloure mulmul print cotton handloom saree with beautiful art work print on borders followed by anchal, the saree comes with an unstitched blouse piece.