The bengal handloom cotton saree with green self checks all over accompanied by zari and plain borders and cream stripes and zari adorned pallu is a rich looking stunner that would suit a variety of occasions like parties, weddings, social functions, corporate events and festivals.
Baluchari sarees, shantipur saris, Bengal cotton sarees and tussar silk saris of jamdhani pattern woven in highly mercerized cotton and silky thread are famous jamdani weaves of West Bengal. These classic weaves are well apt for daily casual, corporate conferences, college parties and festivals. The Dhakai cotton handlooms and the Rajasthani cottons are fine fabrics for the Jamdhani and the resulting Jamdani cotton handlooms with Jamdani woven decorative motifs, exotic patterns on the pallu, multi-coloured borders make the Jamdani cotton sarees much sought after.
The Jamdhani handloom cotton kurtas and kurtis with their soft, smooth quality and affinity to colours, are fascinating products of fashion. With brilliant use of colour and a host of accompanying features of attractive colour borders, modern day designs, arty neck portions, varying sleeve formats, self-colour weave patterns, they are a big draw.
Traditional craft of artistic threadwork from Bengal, the Jamdhani weaving with its unique style and mesmerizing patterns have made it an adornment feature inclusive in traditional varieties across India. A necessary addition in current day fusion, the Jamdhani has carved a niche for itself as an inevitable inclusion in fashion fabrics.
Bright neons with the self-colour weave, bright contrasting collars and cuffs, stylish necks and variation of sleeve lengths yield a whole new range of Jamdhani cotton Indian tunics that are stylish and fashionable.