West Bengal is known for sweetness in the nature of people. They know the art of stylizing fabrics to create innovative designs. The crowning glory of designer fabric is the Bengal’s Daccai Jamdani. This weaving style is carried out painstakingly on an old fashioned Jala loom. The art is so fine and weaved carefully that making of one saree can take a year long. Daccai Jamdani is a weaving style meant for heavy embroidery and party wear. Apart from this, West Bengal is also famous for other kinds of Jamdani designs that can be worn casually also and are available in lesser range than Daccai. Tangail, Shantipuri, Dhoneokali and Begumpuri are some of the other Jamdani styles.
Bengal is also well-known for Baluchari style of weaving. At the time of kings and queens, this weaving was done in entire silver zari. And now, the weavers make use of silver with a mix of other colored threads also. In fact, one can see human brocade figures adorning borders and pallu of a silk saree. With this style of weaving, the entire piece of saree looks astonishing and gets a royal touch. This all shows that West Bengal has some of the best known weaving styles in the world.