Preserving The Beauty of Handlooms, Ghosh Majumdher Sarees Way

Thanks to shops like Ghosh Majumdher Sarees, the beauty of handlooms is preserved and respected. With a Bengali origin, Ghosh Majumdher sarees began its business in 1992. The first recognition of their Bengali handloom was made by AVM Saravanan family in Chennai, which gradually encouraged them to begin business in Coimbatore. From a close-knit word of mouth circle to a larger consumer base, Majumdher Sarees have grown into a wholesome handloom destination in the past 25 years, striving to bring back the value of handloom and extend it to the upcoming generations.
Located in Saibaba Colony, Ghosh Majumdher deals with original handmade Bengal handloom. Handloom like any other fashion has been known for its sheer comfort and breathability, and that is why it makes it a win-win use for the temperate climate across most of our country. With over 250 handlooms in Bengal, Ghosh Majumdher supplies a variety of handloom sarees ranging from Dacai Jamdhani, Makmal Silk, Munga Silk, Linen Traditional, Tangail, Khadi Tanshar and so on. The various handlooms can be assorted, textured or even embroidered into your fabric or saree to suit your requirements.
At their 25th anniversary fete, the store showcased some unique highlights like Dhakai Muslin (Imported from Bangladesh) along with light weighted Matka Silk, Shantipuri and Dhonekhali.
The store also facilitates home delivery options in the city. Maintaining essential social distancing and sanitization, Ghosh Majumdher makes sure to limit the crowd at the store to ensure safety of both staff and customers.
For details call 98430 60373.
—Grishma Raj

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