Bengal Handloom Saree at His Best

Biren Kumar Basak

National Award Winner Artist

Bengal Handloom Saree at His Best

Biren Kumar Basak

National Award Winner Artist

What is Art?

It is the response of Man's Creative Soul to the call of the Real

Rabindranath Tagore

What if I tell you that that saree is more than a fancy piece of clothing? Would you believe that it takes more than opening a Facebook page and retailing bundles of sarees?

A piece of exceptional saree bears ages of tradition as well as the craftsmanship of an artist. The fine fabric of delicate fiber drenched with the colors of ages-old culture is the ultimate Indian attire, celebrating the essence of womanhood.

Biren Kumar Basak is one of the fewest individuals working on the market who understands the intricacies and aesthetics of this famed attire. Moreover, he is in the business as a Traditional Sarees manufacturer for five decades (since 1970s). In these years, he has attained buyers all around the world, making him a self-made millionaire.

Coming from a small town Nadia district of West Bengal, Mr. Basak has single-handedly revolutionized the Handloom Sarees industry in Bengal.

His clientele includes heavyweights like Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Ex Captain of Indian National Cricket Team former CAB president, and current BCCI chairperson SouravGanguly, classical musician Amjad Ali Khan, actress Moushumi Chatterjee among several others.

Yet, he chooses to stay true to his humble beginning. Initially, he had just eight people to start his business with, and right now, he has 24 employees and 5000 weavers with whom he sells 16000 hand-woven saris each month.

He has won the prestigious SantKabir Award conferred by the Union Ministry of Textiles in 2013.

Our Happiness

When a mother is able to feed her baby

When Homeless people can prepare their food

When everyone can satisfy the hunger with food

Our Creativity

Email

reachus@birenkumarbasak.in

Phone

+91 9732818182

Address

Chatakatala, Fulia
2 No. Natun Fulia, Santipur
Nadia, West Bengal, India