Priyo Gopal Bishoyi

Kolkata shopping for sarees

Priyo Gopal Bishoyi is a favourite destination when it comes to saree shopping for any occasion. They have two outlets, one in Burrabazar (the wholesale market of Kolkata)and the other in Triangular Park, near Gariahat. A whole range of sarees from Banarsi silks, South silks, Taant, (woven from cotton threads) Ikkat ,Baluchari and Bomkai are available . The Baluchari silk saree is characterised by reproduction of scenes from epics like the Ramayana and the Mahabharata as also scenes from marriage festivities such as a bride riding in a palanquin, local musicians at work, etc. These are all reproduced in the pallu of the saree. At times, gold and silver threads are also used in the embroidery work which gives the sarees a royal and aristocratic look and feel. Bomkai is a traditional weave from the State of Odisha. Zardosi ,embroidery and sequin work on silk sarees with rich pallus and borders are the traditonal favorites here.

This is one of the best saree shops in Kolkata.

 

 Read our Kolkata blogs

 

Priyo Gopal Bishoyi
3.9 (78.16%) 98 votes

What’s Interesting :- Baluchari silk saree

Market :-

Products :- Indian Wear  Sarees  

Days Closed :- Open all days

Timing :- 10.30 am-8.30 pm

Telephone Number :- 91 33 2465 8246

Address :- 113/1A, Rashbehari Avenue (Opposite Triangular Park), Kolkata 700029

Parking :- Limited space

Price Range :- Rs.2500 onwards

Payment Methods :- Cash

Write a Comment

avatar
  Subscribe  
Notify of

Other Shops In Market

We Search You Shop

Kolapuri Centre

Kolhapuri Centre offers a unique collection of ethnic Indian footwear. The store derives its name from Kolhapur, in Maharashtra. It was founded by Sashibhusan Das in 1962 . Their first retail store was established in the 1990s. Kolhapuri Centre has chappals, jooties( Rajasthani boots) and leather covered shoes ,bags and belts. Kolhapuri Centre has products for men , women and even children. Quite unlike other shoe stores, Kolhapuri Centre houses only Indian traditional footwear and accessories. Each piece is assembled individually and is hence unique. Though there are other stores that carry traditional Indian footwear, none of them exclusively trade in shoes. The quality of the stitching and leather is also very good. Shoes tend to last years, even after regular use. It is also the only known store in Kolkata with a vast range of party, marriage and special occasion ethnic footwear collections for men. The store is a favorite among Bengalis and the leather and design quality of the jooties, nagrais and chappals make them a must buy during festive season. Hence ,Kolhapuri Centre is a popular destination during the marriage season, Durga Puja and Id . They also aim to keep prices at affordable range without compromising the quality of products. Chappals and jooties range from Rs 300 to Rs 700/-.per pair. Belts and accessories are also in the range of a few hundreds per piece. Hindustan Park, not being the only branch, it is however the busiest and one of the most well known branches, owing to its prime location. Other known branches of Kolapuri are at : Ballygunge Phari 56/2A Gariahat Road, Kolkata 700019 Hathibagan Branch 76/1, Bidhan Sarani, Kolkata-700006 College Street 4 No. Keshab Chandra Sen Street, Kolkata-700009 Mudali 198/A S P Mukherjee Road, Kolkata – 700026 Kankurgachi 190B Maniktala Main Road, Kolkata-700054 Lake Market Branch 79A, Rashbehari Avenue, Kolkata- 700026 Golpark 28/1C Gariahat Road, Kolkata -700029 Salimpur 32/2/1 Gariahat Road Kolkata 700031
  • 8902288562/9331036606
5 /5
Open

Your Exclusive and Interactive KOLKATA Shopping Guide

We Search You Shop

Priyo Gopal Bishoyi is a favourite destination when it comes to saree shopping for any occasion. They have two outlets, one in Burrabazar (the wholesale market of Kolkata)and the other in Triangular Park, near Gariahat. A whole range of sarees from Banarsi silks, South silks, Taant, (woven from cotton threads) Ikkat ,Baluchari and Bomkai are available . The Baluchari silk saree is characterised by reproduction of scenes from epics like the Ramayana and the Mahabharata as also scenes from marriage festivities such as a bride riding in a palanquin, local musicians at work, etc. These are all reproduced in the pallu of the saree. At times, gold and silver threads are also used in the embroidery work which gives the sarees a royal and aristocratic look and feel. Bomkai is a traditional weave from the State of Odisha. Zardosi ,embroidery and sequin work on silk sarees with rich pallus and borders are the traditonal favorites here. This is one of the best saree shops in Kolkata.

keyboard_arrow_up