Procurement & Marketing of Bengal Handloom

Our Wide Range Of Handloom Products

About Tantuja

The West Bengal State Handloom Weavers ‘Co-operative Society Ltd, known as ‘Tantuja’ which means products of the tant (loom), was set up on 1 October, 1954, an Apex Co-operative Society run by a Board of Directors, by the Government of West Bengal to market handloom products produced by the members of Primary Weavers Co-operative Societies (PWCS). This was done to develop the handloom sector of the State.


Tantuja has been marketing a wide range of handloom products which includes Jamdani sarees, Baluchari sarees, Tangail sarees, dhoties, lungies, bed sheets, towels, etc, through their 84 showrooms (67 in West Bengal & 17 in other States) and through e-commerce sites such as Flipkart and Amazon.

(SKOCH Platinum Award 2020)

(SKOCH Platinum Award 2022)

(Retail Images Award 2016 for the best Turnaround Story.)

(National Award 2015)

(National Award 2018)

(Tantuja National Award News Collage)

Awards & Recognitions

  • National Award for Marketing of Handloom Goods in 2015 by Ministry of  Textile, GOI.
  • Retail Images Award 2016 for the best Turnaround Story.
  • National Award for Design Development, 2018 by Ministry of Textile, GOI. (Award given by in 2022).
  • SKOCH Platinum Award, 2020 for activities in procurement of Covid-19  protective items.
  • SKOCH Platinum Award, 2022 for Supply of Fabric for School Uniform (PP to Class-VII)

Individual weavers connected



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