Legend has it that long ago, in the city of Bhagalpur in Bihar, the weavers were struggling to produce high-quality silk. One day, the goddess Saraswati appeared to a young weaver in his dream and instructed him to weave a special silk fabric. The weaver followed the goddess's instructions and produced a stunning fabric with a unique sheen and texture. The fabric was so beautiful that it caught the attention of the king of Bhagalpur, who ordered all his courtiers to wear clothing made of the new silk fabric.
Soon, the fame of Bhagalpur silk spread far and wide, and traders from all over the world began to flock to Bhagalpur to purchase the exquisite fabric. Today, Bhagalpur silk is known for its fine texture, rich colors, and intricate designs. It is still considered one of the finest silks in the world, and is a source of great pride for the people of Bhagalpur.