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Colour and glimmer with Bishwo Rang


Published : 03 Jun 2019 12:59 PM | Updated : 07 Sep 2020 08:30 AM

Bishwo Rang owner Biplob Saha is the maestro behind all the designs and the fabulous attires. It focuses on the changes of Dhaka. Like every other time this Eid too Bishwo Rang’s collection of attires is all too great for people’s liking. With eye catching colour and great designs, the dresses, saris and panjabis are sure to be within your choice and liking. 

Biplob Saha has his own style of designing and maintaining that he likes to work with colours. Alongside that he tries to keep comfort and ease in a balance in the scorching summer heat for this Eid. Moreover, the designs are done on sketches as everyone expects bright colours from him. As such the colours for this Eid are also chosen keeping that in mind.

Sari

Bishwo Rand produces some of the greatest saris of Bangladesh and with all possible colours and unique designs. This year the Eid is going to be more gorgeous and exquisite with a Sari. The prices start from around BDT 2000 and can range up wards of BDT 4500.

 

Make your Eid Sari-ful with an ash coloured, 12 hander Sari, with bright red and white stripes on the side, or a simple single coloured turquoise piece, with brown and silver threaded designs are a definite pleasing aspect for any Bengali lady. 

In the ladies section there are also Saris which can go for up and above BDT 19000. The stitched dresses vary from BDT 2150 to BDT 4480. Furthermore, the price of Kameezes start from 1290 and can be up to BDT 5500. Lastly, Kurtas range from BDT 1180 to BDT 1380.  

Panjabi

Whether it is ash, orange or blue, the colour is available at Bishwo Rang and with exotic designs that are sure to come to anyone’s liking. This Eid the prices of punjabis for men are starting around BDT 1060 and can reach up and above BDT 2500. 

A plus side to this is that the senior section also has a verity of punjabis which are sure to please the taste of individuals who are seniors. 

Moreover, there are shirts which can go from BDT 750 to BDT 1150. T-shirts cost between BDT 420 to BDT 980. On the other hand, in the gent’s section of Face Rang, Punjabis cost from BDT 1200 to BDT 2250 and shirts vary around BDT 980 to BDT 1550 and kurtas are available at around BDT 1150.