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A woven cotton fabric called muslin was previously considered a luxury product and is thought to have its origins in the Iraqi city of Mosul. Despite the name, it is now known that the material most likely came from ancient India. The delicately and lightly woven cotton fabric is made using a plain weave method, which is only one weft thread going over and under one warpthread. This simplified and precise process results in one of the market's most renowned, plush, and breezy sarees.

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Rs. 12,250.00

The Bengal region is famous for Matka sarees as it provided employment to the poor women and weavers. The everyday weaver has tried to spin the silk from the cocoons reflecting their beautiful artistic feature and putting a smile to every girl’s face through the beautiful sarees.

This piece of cloth has white shibori all over with border lines having the chestnut color. The pallu has a beautiful floral pattern which will make you look beautiful and you will feel the comfort of the muslin silk saree. You get slit kuchu ends in white which is an exact contrast to the saree.

ReshamSuti has the best collection so try out our beautiful Matka Shibori Muslin Jamdani Anchal saree and feel the softness of the cloth.

Rs. 8,150.00

Craftspeople and apprentices in Dhaka typically weave muslin sarees on handlooms. The Mughal dynasty is credited with popularising muslin, still regarded as the height of elegance and comfort today. Muslin sarees have their roots in this era. The best muslin sarees are Dhakai muslin sarees, generally referred to as Bengali saree. The fabric is delicate, and the unique motifs are the cherry on top. Muslin sarees are renowned for their lightness and ethereal feel throughout the garment. Muslin's softness and inherent sense of freedom result from the fine cotton that is utilised and its fragile fibres.

In addition to the sarees' clarity and transparency, the distinctiveness of their many iconic motifs is another selling factor. The patterns on the muslin sarees range widely from floral to geometric to abstract, but they are always carefully woven to give an impression that they are floating on the surface. The ornate borders and additional work in the pallu establish a standard representing the exceptional weaving flair that the weavers demonstrate. The luxurious material raises its grade of comfortability, and the intricate designs highlight the profusion of artwork created with various themes and colours.

Want that fresh look on your face? Try out this baby pink muslin Jamdani saree which will give the petal-touch finish of the cloth. The cloth is fabulous with a translucent quality and suitable for any occasion. The border is white and there are beautiful floral designs all over the saree. The mixture of colors and the floral patterns will remind you of the beautiful flowers. It is lightweight, comfortable and soft. The speciality of Jamdani saree is that it is made of high-quality cotton which makes the saree float on your skin. This piece of saree will make you look classy and will increase your beauty.

Try out our new collection from ReshamSuti.

Rs. 8,150.00

Craftspeople and apprentices in Dhaka typically weave muslin sarees on handlooms. The Mughal dynasty is credited with popularising muslin, still regarded as the height of elegance and comfort today. Muslin sarees have their roots in this era. The best muslin sarees are Dhakai muslin sarees, generally referred to as Bengali saree. The fabric is delicate, and the unique motifs are the cherry on top. Muslin sarees are renowned for their lightness and ethereal feel throughout the garment. Muslin's softness and inherent sense of freedom result from the fine cotton that is utilised and its fragile fibres.

In addition to the sarees' clarity and transparency, the distinctiveness of their many iconic motifs is another selling factor. The patterns on the muslin sarees range widely from floral to geometric to abstract, but they are always carefully woven to give an impression that they are floating on the surface. The ornate borders and additional work in the pallu establish a standard representing the exceptional weaving flair that the weavers demonstrate. The luxurious material raises its grade of comfortability, and the intricate designs highlight the profusion of artwork created with various themes and colours.

Rs. 6,250.00 Rs. 8,150.00

Craftspeople and apprentices in Dhaka typically weave muslin sarees on handlooms. The Mughal dynasty is credited with popularising muslin, still regarded as the height of elegance and comfort today. Muslin sarees have their roots in this era. The best muslin sarees are Dhakai muslin sarees, generally referred to as Bengali saree. The fabric is delicate, and the unique motifs are the cherry on top. Muslin sarees are renowned for their lightness and ethereal feel throughout the garment. Muslin's softness and inherent sense of freedom result from the fine cotton that is utilised and its fragile fibres.

In addition to the sarees' clarity and transparency, the distinctiveness of their many iconic motifs is another selling factor. The patterns on the muslin sarees range widely from floral to geometric to abstract, but they are always carefully woven to give an impression that they are floating on the surface. The ornate borders and additional work in the pallu establish a standard representing the exceptional weaving flair that the weavers demonstrate. The luxurious material raises its grade of comfortability, and the intricate designs highlight the profusion of artwork created with various themes and colours.

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