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Baha Cotton

Baha cotton is one of the Tant saris made in the state of West Bengal, India. The name “Baha” comes from a famous Bengali television series, which also made these saris popular.

Baha saris are handcrafted either with pure, soft cotton or silk and cotton yarns. They are also known as “soft handloom sari.” They are considered to be one of the most comfortable saris for the South Asian climate, which is typically hot and humid.

The weave is enhanced with various designs woven throughout the sari and on the border. These saris are woven with different motifs like flora and fauna, and checks and stripes. They are comfortable and can be worn in all seasons.

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