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 with wealth, prosperity and happiness.
Taking major inspiration from Manabasa Gurubar, we bring you the Laxmi-Pada Jhoti ikat Silk Contemporary Saree. This auspicious piece has Laxmi-Pada (feet of goddess laxmi) and jhoti (alpana or rangoli made of rice paste) motifs all over the body
The border of the saree has the fish motifs giving it a very stunning look.
The aanchal of the saree is inspired by the traditional sambalpuri anchal, which complements the saree well. And a stunning red blouse piece to complement the saree look.
Inspired from age old odia tradition called Manabasa Gurubar. Magnificent Pure mulberry silk black body with Laxmipada and Jhoti in red and cream. Red border with fish motifs. Grand red Sambalpuri palla with a red blouse piece to complement the saree. 🤗
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This stunning piece of art can be worn in any puja, marriage, and function. Check out the video of this outstanding saree 🖤❤️