Safiqa Hossain of DOT
 Bangladeshi saris are being exported to India ahead of Durga Puja. High quality tasteful Jamdani, Suti Jamdani, Suti Katan, Swarnalata, Chosa, Benarsi and Shed Saris of Bangladesh are considered as West Bengal women’s top choice. Indian traders are taking saris of different brands from Bangladesh. The weavers are working to increase the production of cloth as per the demand of the traders. Weaving factories have become noisy with the noise of factory owners and workers. Benarsi sari made in Ishwardi of Pabna and Shahjadpur of Sirajganj has already become very popular in different parts of the country including India, reports Daily Nayadiganta.  Owners of the looms are struggling to supply the clothes as per the demand of the traders. The knocking sound of the loom indicates that the industry has begun to recover from the coronavirus recession.
The demand for cloth in the market has increased as well as the prices.  Selim Khan, an importer of West Bengal’s Siliguri said, about two months ago, importers and traders from West Bengal through their local representatives are buying saris which are made in Shahjadpur, Enayetpur, Kortia. Demra, in Pabna’s Ishwardi & Pathrail, Chandi, Nalsudha, Chinakhola, Deojan, Naluan, Nalua, Bajidpur, Balla, Rampur Hat, Dhaka’s Mirpur and Narayanganj’s Demra. Each piece of sari is being bought at a price ranging from Tk 1,000 to Tk 15,000. Later it is being sent to different districts of West Bengal by road.