East Indian Sarees

Refresh your wardrobe for festivals, parties, and weddings with IndyVogue’s latest fashion from East India such as Baluchari, Swarnachari, Jamdani, Kantha, Bishnupuri, Ikat, Bhagalpuri, Muga, and Tussar - stop here to buy sarees online. All these sarees have intricate handloom weaving to zari work, hand painting, batik work amazing & indigenous embroidery, and block print technology to make sarees more regal. 

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Apple Red Color Jamdani Saree

Apple Red Color Jamdani Saree

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Wear the sassy look with a saree which is rightfully meant for your next occasion. Buy our latest collection of apple red color jamdani saree with all-over buti weaving to...
Deep Blue Color Bangalore Silk Saree with Rainbow Hand Kantha Stitch and Patti Border

Deep Blue Color Bangalore Silk Saree with Rainbow Hand Kantha Stitch and Patti Border

From $265.00 USD
SKU: 10230248
This is an amazing collection in our current inventory with Rainbow Kantha stitch embroidery work done elegantly. The work exhibits a geometric motif pattern adorning the base body color of deep blue...
Maize Yellow Color Khaddi Georgette Saree

Maize Yellow Color Khaddi Georgette Saree

From $259.00 USD
SKU: 10221592
Undoubtedly a festive saree collection that comes with geometrical zari work all over paired with kadhua style work all over the saree other than traditional zari weave, makes this pure georgette banarasi...

East Indian Sarees

The region comprises of the states of West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha & Jharkhand and each of these states have are known for their rich and diverse collection of Sarees. IndyVogue also has its roots in Kolkata, the City of Joy. The different kinds of Sarees that are found in this region are:

Baluchari Silk Sarees

The Baluchari Sarees are one of the most sought after Sarees from this region. They are hand-woven mainly in the Murshidabad district of West Bengal. This variety of Sarees are known for their intricate designs and motifs depicting scenes from Indian mythology and history. Of late, we are also seeing the revival of the 18th Century Golani Baluchari. You can get more details on the history of this on this blog that we published. Most importantly your patronage of this art form help the thousands of artisans that work in creating these exquisite pieces for us.  Buy Baluchari Silk Sarees Online at IndyVogue.

Kantha Stitch Sarees

This kind of Sarees has its roots in West Bengal & boasts of intricate hand-embroidery on different kinds of Silk Mark Certified Silk. A saree can take upto 6 months to make depending on the complexity of the design. But the real beauty of these masterpieces lies in its simplicity. Shantiniketan, the abode of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore in Birbhum district of India is the heart of Kantha Stitch Sarees and its artisans.  Buy Kantha Stitch Sarees Online at IndyVogue.

Sambalpuri Silk Sarees

Originating from the State of Odisha, the name Sambalpuri comes from the name of the city Sambalpur located on the banks of the river Mahanadi. These sarees feature a variety of motifs, including flowers, animals, and geometric shapes. The colors used in these sarees are typically bright and bold, including shades of red, green, blue, and yellow. The Sambalpuri Sarees are made of a variety of fabrics including cotton, Silk Mark Certified Silk and Tussar Silk. The sarees and their artwork are a symbol of the Odia culture and are prized for their beauty and craftsmanship.  Buy Orissa Silk Sarees Online at IndyVogue.

Tussar Silk Saree

The Tussar Silk Sarees are very popular in the Eastern region of India particularly in the states of Odisha, Jharkhand, and Bihar. Known for their softness, lightness, and natural sheen what makes Tussar Silk stand apart is its slightly rough texture, which gives them a more rustic and organic feel. The Tussar Silk is used in a variety of Sarees like Sambalpuri Tussar Sarees, Bhagalpuri Tussar Sarees, Ghicha Tussar Sarees, Tussar Kota Sarees, Tussar Matka Sarees, Tussar Banarasi Sarees just to name a few.  Buy Pure Tussar Silk Sarees Online at IndyVogue.

Bomkai Silk Sarees 

The Bomkai sarees gets its name from the village of Bomkai in the Ganjam district of Odisha. These Sarees are made of either cotton or Silk threads and have a very distinct border and pallu. They also feature intricate embroidery, zari work and bead work. These Sarees are very popular on casual as well as formal occasions and are often worn in weddings, festivals and other important events. These Sarees are really a testament of the rich textile heritage of the Eastern Part of India. We currently do not carry any Bomkai Sarees but are working hard to bring this exclusive piece to you.

Jamdani Sarees

The Jamdani Sarees are hand-woven masterpieces that has its origin in the state of West Bengal. These sarees are mostly made of cotton but sometimes silk threads are mixed with cotton threads to give it a sheen. This kind of Jamdani are called "Resham Jamdani". There Sarees are made using traditional handloom weaving techniques and often takes days to make one single piece. Since it is mostly made of pure cotton, there are a unique choice of the Summer months.  Buy Jamdani Sarees Online at IndyVogue.

Bishnupur Silk Sarees

As the name suggests, these Sarees originate from the small city of Bishnupur in the Bankura district of West Bengal. Bishnupur is famous for its terracotta temples that was built during the 1600 - 1800 CE. These Sarees are lightweight and are mostly mostly embellished hand painting, batik painting, block print and so on. The Silk is dyed using the desired colors and then the work is done.  Buy Bishnupuri Silk Sarees Online at IndyVogue.