Category Archives: Sarees

“Dongria” The tribal weave Of Odisha

Dongria Saree made out of rare textile-like coarse organic cotton. This saree weave by dongria kandh of Rayagada District and Kalahandi district in Odisha. The Dongria Kondh is Indigenous Peoples who inhabit the plateaus of the Niyamgiri hill ranges in Odisha, India. They have magical weaving skills primarily based on geographical weave patterns developed by using an embroidery technique. The […]

Why Are Youth Attracted Towards Handloom Products?

  Handloom – one of India’s undeterred segment of glory. It showcases India’s rich culture and heritage in the best possible manner. Moreover, it’s needless to say that handloom products are well-known for their unbaiting fashion sensibility and authentic appeal. A creative blend of newer designs and color patterns further adds to its bandwagon. Fashion […]

Laxmi-Pada Sambalpuri Saree…

Manabasa Gurubar, a traditional Odia festival about women empowerment and caste equality, that’s celebrated every Thursday in the month of Margashira, was observed in Odia households. The festival is also known as Margashira Laxmi Puja. The first Manabasa Gurubar of this month started on the Thursday right after Kartika Purnima. It’s believed that Goddess Mahalaxmi visits every household on these days and blesses people […]

“Sambalpuri Saree” One of a kind Weave of Odisha

Ordinary craftsmanship of extraordinary creation—that is bandha kala. One can say this for two reasons. Firstly, ordinary craftsmen of Odisha living ordinary lives and in some cases in abject penury, display extraordinary creativity in producing some of the most exquisite designs in textiles.  The traditional animal motifs of elephant, duck, lion, deer along with conch […]

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. […]

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