Handwoven Nuapatna Silk, the tie & dye techniques is used to design the beautiful motifs. Maniabandi also known as Khandua marks its origin at Maniabandha and Nuapatana of Cuttack, Odisha. This is a bandha or Ikat saree which comes in colorful motifs of elephant representing Buddha gathered with trails of peacock around, a large petaled flower, a unique animal called Nabagunjara, a deula kumbha. These are quite intriguing to look at.
A step towards preserving the rich craft culture of Odisha by IndianVillèz. We are bringing Palm Leaf Engraved Boxes for multi-utility purpose. The precious traditional Palm Leaf Engraving converted into Modern utilities.
The cotton fabric has the softest feel along with gorgeously woven motifs all over it. The fabric is woven in Odisha Ikat famously known as “Bandha of Odisha”, people also call it the ‘Poetry on the Loom’.
Dhokra/Dokra is a non-ferrous metal casting using lost wax casting technique. This intricate art form consists of 13 tough stages to get into its final stage which makes it one of the most valuable artifacts.