Fairy Tales, Baluchari Saree
Posted on 27 June 2018
Baluchari sarees is more than 200 years old. The art was brought to West Bengal from Dhaka by Murshid Quli Khan. Baluchari gets its name from ‘balu’ which means sand and ‘char’ meaning river bank.
This beautiful turquoise baluchari saree is adorned with navy blue and gold meenakari weavings along the borders and pallav, illustrating dancers and musicians amidst wildlife and festivities. The bright colours and amazing patterns provide a charming look to this silk saree. Pair this with a blue silk or gold brocade blouse and gold accessories to compliment the elegant attire.