Why Bhagalpuri Silk Sarees are so popular?

As we promised you that we would post some very useful and much awaited articles about different kinds of sarees, today we are going to talk about Bhagalpuri Silk Sarees.

Why Bhagalpuri Silk Sarees? Because we have a lot of new and trendy designs that have been created using this fabric: Bhagalpuri Silk. A lot of our customers were kinda confused for they didn’t know much about the Bhagalpuri Silk Sarees.

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So, here is all you need to know about Bhagalpuri Silk Sarees:

Bhagalpuri Silk Sarees are also known as Tussar Silk Sarees. Bhagalpuri Silk is actually a dying style and comes from Bhagalpur, Bihar as per Wikipedia.

About Bhagalpur, Bihar: Bhagalpur is a town which is situated on the southern bank of the Holy River Ganga. The town holds equal historical importance. About two hundred years ago, the town was flooded with highly skilled weavers who used to weave a special kind of silk named Bhagalpuri Silk. The real trick lies in the dying of such sarees that give them a mesmerizing look.

 According to Fashion and You, even London and Paris has become the victim of popularity of the Bhagalpuri Silk. The trend is growing at an alarming rate. A dying style which has been existent in India since 200 years has suddenly becoming the modern fashion trend.

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From office going women to college going DU girls, everyone is in love with Bhagalpuri Silk Sarees.

You know it is weird that the trend has become so popular, the fabric has become so popular but still not many people are talking about it. Of course, almost every Indian online store is selling Bhagalpuri Silk Sarees but not much information about this fabric or trend is available.

Why don’t you help other friends of yours? If you share this article, more people would get to learn about Bhagalpuri Silk Sarees rather than getting an invitation to BUY one.  So, are you sharing this article?

Author: Brijraj

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20 Comments

  1. Lovely post about Bhagalpuri Silk Sarees as I really did n’t knew this information
    thanks for sharing such useful info

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    • Hello Meenakshi,
      Thanks for liking this post. We seriously don’t pay much attention to the most important things in our life. Things like Bhagalpuri sarees are so common that we never look back to appreciate the kind of culture and art it comes from. Our motive of sharing this post was to let everyone know how rich our culture is. 🙂

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  2. Awesome information on all topic. had great time going thro the team..

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  3. Wow All these sarees looks classy n traditional <3

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  4. Such a vast history on the art & cultural of Bhagalpuri Saree. Never knew about this I mean I must confess never paid so much attention to the details of its History. But hats off to you for bringing it up so beautifully like you always do with you exceptionally wonderful designs. I have already shared it on FB & Twitter 🙂 So the whole world knows it too now.

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    • Thank you for sharing it on your social network. This is what we want.. the whole world to know about the Indian culture.

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    • It depends on the design of the dress mam. They can be as less than 600 Rs. and range upto lakhs. You can check out site http://www.brijraj.com for bhagalpuri silk sarees

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  5. even i fell in love with bhagalpuri silk sarees and wanted to know about them…the colours and designs come out very beautifully…i am proud of our indian craft heritage.thank you for sharing this information..

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  6. QUALITY WISE WHICH FABRIC IS BETTER COTTONSILK OR BHAGALPURI

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    • Hello Ravi,
      Both – cotton silk and bhagalpuri silk – are polyester i.e. they’re almost same fabric but named differently.
      Though pure cotton silk is far better than bhagalpuri silk but it isn’t commercially made these days.

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  7. Thnaks for information & Nice collection

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  8. i want to sell my product on ur site

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    • Hello Vimal,
      We manufacture and sell our products on wholesale and retail prices. We don’t think we’re the right people for you to contact.

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  9. information are right,but still its not cleared about the reason why it is famous? and how it is different from other silk found in India?

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