BHAGALPURI CHADAR is also known as BHAGALPURI DULL CHADAR OR ANDI CHADAR. This chadar is manufactured using the finest quality of yarn by the expert weavers of Bhagalpur. The 100% organic staple yarn ( mixture of cotton and silk) is expertly tailored for the super-soft-touch for our sensitive skin which deserves the best quality products. Bhagalpuri chadar has a silky-soft touch and is the most comfortable. Bhagalpuri Silk Chadar can be worn while sleeping or can be spread underneath, to cover the beds. This Chadar can be used throughout all seasons as this feels light and convenient to use and feels warm in winter, and cool in warm and humid weather. This product is so soft and natural that it can be used even for a baby. It is easy to wash, comfortable in use, and long-lasting. For a few years, this chadar is demanded in large numbers from Arab countries. People of Iran use it in the form of Safa, i.e. turban. The quality of this Chadar Softens after each wash. It can be both, hand washed or machine washed.
MS handloom (Bhagalpur)
- Size : 54 x 100 inch
- It gets more softness after every wash
- Best for all seasons.
- Also known as Dull Chadar
- Top sheet for summers mild winter or A/C.
- Made in Bhagalpur Bihar
TYPES OF BHAGALPURI CHADAR
Bhagalpuri Chadar which comes in a single color ( mainly yellow, red, pink, blue) are called Plain Colour Chadar.
Bhagalpuri Chadar, which is built with a combination of two-color yarn, in the weaving process, two or three-color yarn is used to create a striped and checks design. Bhagalpuri Chadar which is made with twisting and weaving of two yarns called Double Yarn Chadar is often made in natural yellow color. Hence, you can use Bhagalpuri chadar in different ways, for different reasons, in different seasons, and in different regions. You can also use this all-purpose, all-season wearing Chadar to gift it to your loved and dear ones on different occasions or without any reason, just to express your love. Buy traditional products, promote your handloom industry, and support Indian weavers who make products not only with their hands but also with their hearts and soul.