Baluchari is an exquisite silk saree of West Bengal produced by highly skilled weavers having generations of experience in handloom weaving. The name Baluchari is derived from the word “Baluchar” an area comprising several village in the district of Murshidabad. In the middle of the 16th century a group of experienced weavers from Varanasi migrated to Bengal and settled in Baluchar. They were famous for their weaving skill. They made beautiful designs on silk fabrics mainly used as sarees and exclusively patronized by the Nawabs and aristocrats of the society.
07-08-2018 : Baluchari Saree Handloom of India A commemorative postage stamp
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SKU: INDS09000782315058 Category: Stamps
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