BERHAMPURI SAREE OR BERHAMPUR PATA

Berhampuri Patta (Phoda Kumbha) Saree & Joda- Introduced at Berhampur town in 14th century AD by the Mohuri king.  Also known as the silk city of India, Berhampur – or the city of Lord Brahma – in Odisha – is where the famed, yet now flailing, Berhampuri Patta silk saris are woven. Unique for the […]

Glorious Tales of Odisha Ikkat

The name ‘Ikat’ comes from a Malay word meaning to tie or to bind. The name encapsulates the elaborate process behind the realisation of this unique fabric. The traditional manufacturing technique consists of marking, tying and resist dyeing the design into the yarn before the fabric is woven to create its characteristic vibrancy of colour […]

The Legacy of Indian Handloom

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Probably no other single category of product expresses India’s unity in diversity as exquisitely as Indian handlooms. From the Khandua of Odisha to Muga Silk of Assam, from Phulia cotton of West Bengal to Kota Doria of Rajasthan, from Chanderi of Madhya Pradesh to Pochampally of Telangana, the list is endless. Traditional dresses from the […]

Mega Discount on Handpicked Ikkat Dress Materials and Sambalpuri sarees On Sale

Orissa Sambalpuri sarees cater to a different set of customers who have a penchant for traditional or ethnic dressing. These sarees fairly boast of their rich legacy and demand in the global market. A strip of 9 metres long unstitched robe with extravagant embroidery on the pallu which is reflected from both sides almost identically. […]

Orissa handloom cotton silk saree is the ultimate choice of a fashionista

Handloom products form an integral part of a region’s indigenous culture, its history and the collective taste of people residing there. Orissa is no exception with its wide range of handloom cotton and silk sarees.However, there is a third variety of handloom sarees made of a blended fabric called cotton silk that are high in […]

Orissa handloom silk sarees- a superior blend of craftsmanship and ingenuity

Orissa fairly boasts of some of the exquisite collections of handloom silk sarees that are celebrated across the world for their refined finish and meticulous weave. The textile industry of Orissa is deeply influenced by the presiding deity of the state Lord Jagannatha which is displayed in the temple borders, traditional colour use and mythological […]

Handloom cotton silk saree is your perfect attire for semi-formal occasions

Gone are the days when cotton or silk were used as the chief fabrics in the weaving industries of India. Now, yarns of different types are blended to form an altogether new and unique material i.e. cotton silk which has the glow of silk and gives you the comfort of cotton. Such artificially manufactured fabric […]

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