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Santipur tant saree

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Santipur tant saree
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Sanipur tant saree from santipur

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Original Tant Saree from Santipur 

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Santipur Tant Saree
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SANTIPUR SAREE

Early Indian writings, in historical, mythological and religious context, all refer to the greatness of the Indian handloom texture. It is always seen that inspiring weaves often originate from the most unforeseen of spots. The Shantipur-Phulia belt in Bengal is such a location, which is known for its exceptional weaves in Cotton and Silk. It is generally have been recognized as one of the underlying endeavors in hand crafted fabrics in the country and in spite of the onslaughts of time this art have not diminished or brought down in quality. Santipur, is a town in Nadia district of West Bengal, located around 90 kilometers away from Kolkata. The great Partition saw numerous weavers from Dhaka, Bangladesh to relocate with their families and settle in the Santipur-Phulia region. A significant number of them being skilled weavers, they along with their craftsmanship spread along the Santipur, Phulia (Fulia), Samudragarh, Dhartigram, Ambika Kalna belt. That is the reason this locale is prevalently known as the center point for quality handloom items in exotic designs and colors.

India has a rich social-cultural legacy and the craft of hand weaving shaped its fundamental part. History has it that hand weaving was in existence In India for more than 5,000 and 800 years now. Today handlooms are woven on hand operated looms, the handloom segment has done the country proud in numerous manner, from the weave quality, to structure, to embellishments, to uniqueness and design. However it keeps on being a profoundly ignored region in regard of chance, consolation and money. The acclaimed Shantipuri saree, woven in a specific style can be viewed as one among the most established assortments of the Indian handloom saree. It is celebrated for its fine and uniform surface. The sarees are named according to the design used in the extra warp implied for side border.

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