Baluchari was practiced in a small village called Baluchar in Murshidabad district, from where it got its name. Baluchari Sari are worn by women in Bangladesh and other Indian states mostly West Bengali, Tripura and Assam. Earlier it was produced in Murshidabad but now Bishnupur district of West Bengal is the only place where you get authentic Baluchuri sarees.
Baluchuri sarees often feature elaborate designs inspired by Indian mythology, epic tales, and scenes from nature. Common motifs include depictions of gods and goddesses, scenes from the Ramayana and Mahabharata, peacocks, lotus flowers, and more. Baluchuri sarees are known for their contrasting borders, which enhance the overall beauty of the saree. The border is usually woven in a different color from the body of the saree, creating a striking visual effect. The pallu of a Baluchuri saree is the most eye-catching part, featuring elaborate and large motifs or scenes. These designs often tell a story or convey a message, making each saree a work of art.
Baluchari thus prepared becomes a sign of aristocracy. These pocket friendly handwoven Pure Cotton Baluchuri saree in Black and Red will remain as a cherished part of your wardrobe.