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Dhaniakhali dobby buti with mirror check saree

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Dhaniakhali dobby buti saree
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Dhaniakhali rangabati saree

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Rangabati Saree
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Dhaniakhali Check Saree

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Dhaniakhali Check Saree
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Dhaniakhali Katki Check saree

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Dhaniakhali katki Check saree
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100% pure cotton saree from Dhaniakhali

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Dhaniakhali Iman Check Saree
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100% Original saree from Dhaniakhali

100*100 count  

Dhaniakhali dobby buti with mirror check saree
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Rangaboti Ganga Yamuna Border Saree from Dhaniakhali 

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Rangaboti Ganga Yamuna Border Saree
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Real Rangaboti Middle check with Velvet Border Dhaniakhali Saree

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Rangaboti Middle check with Velvet Border
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DHANIAKHALI SAREE

Dhaniakhali is a traditional Sari derived its name from the Dhaniakhali village of Hooghly district since its inception. It was extremely popular once for its superfine dhotis which was worn by the zamindars of Bengal and so on but with times, the falling demand for dhotis, moved the weavers to the production of equally superior Sarees in light pastel shades. There was a time, when traditionally, a dhaniakhali tant was made in a natural grey shade with either red or black plain border. In 1942, for the first time a dyed yarn was introduced and since then it made its signature in the Indian textile.

The material for the Dhaniakhali sari is 100% cotton. It is a saree with 100 by 100 cotton thread count, though the material feels like somewhat coarse and heavier than other Bengal textiles but it suits the middle class budget and remained popular for decades for its beautiful minimal designs and high utility nature. A common Dhaniakhali sari takes a minimum of two days (10–12 hours each day), to be woven, though the most exotic ones take four to five days to weave.

The Begampur also in Hooghly district, specializes in loosely woven, lightweight, translucent tant Sarees. In contrast to the Dhanikhali cotton Sarees, The Begampur sarees have deep, bright jewel toned colors. A large number of traditional cotton weavers’ have been weaving handspun Khadi yarn since the sixties here. Today for its unique charm and simplicity Dhaniakhali Saree bears the GI tag of India.

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