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    Pattachitra Saree

    The collection of pattachitra are extremely beautiful in the state of Odisha.Odisha Pattachitra is one of the most ancient handicrafts practiced here. Pattachitra handloom is an art-form popular for the intricate details along with the mythological narratives and folktales painted on it. Patachitra sarees stand out amongst the clusters of handloom. Patachitra sarees are distinctive because of the detailed narration of the beautiful stories and colorful motifs. The rail of such beautiful motifs is a specialized form of art which has a long history. These beautiful paintings of Patachitra sarees have links connected to the tradition of temple paintings.

    Origin and the Process of Patachitra

    The process of the patachitra sarees are intricate and detailed. Pattachitra paintings were made out of vegetables and the process was considered extremely pious and holy. This all takes weeks and a lot of time. Pattachitra the word comes from sanskrit “patta” meaning a cloth and “chitra” meaning painting. Initially Jagannath and the related cultures were the main theme of patachitra sarees. With time many contemporary styles came in and motifs have become very vibrant and gorgeous.

    The Diversity of Pattachitra

    This beautiful pattachitra was fading with time but now it has revived with vibrancy and royalty. The theme of Patachitra sarees has been an inspiration for many other handlooms and other fashion statements. Pattachitra Saree now has come in a lot of other attires. The motifs of pattachitra are also seen in kurtis, lehengas, and other fabrics like dupatta.

    Vibrant Collection Pattachitra Sarees

    IndianVillez has a vibrant collection of pattachitra sarees , fabric, lehenga and others. Pattachitra is one the most loved products of the website. With such a beautiful history , dedicated work,epic tales, lucid painting, gorgeous narration on a simple canvas make the handicraft extremely beautiful for the customers to put their hands on.

    IndianVillez also experiments and makes Pattachitra sarees and fabrics with varied and interesting themes which makes it contemporary to the current or modern world . Shop these gorgeous pieces of pattachitra sarees or other materials and narrate the stories and flaunt the tales.

    The Detailings of the Handloom

    The charming colors of this distinctive saree bring pious vibes into the room. The bold coloured saree is a traditional sambalpuri saree with Cambodian ikat making it unique and beautiful. The body of the detailed saree has a classy gray base and has white flowers of Cambodian ikat. The flowers on the gray body add work and details which elevates the intricacy of the saree. The beautiful green aanchal exhibits the traditional and combined motifs of rudraksha and flowers. The rudraksha and flowers are in various colors of white, orange and white creating an amazing spread of motifs making all the eyes fall on it. The borders of the saree with orange and white colors again add to the beauty with the traditional pink and white detailed wrap and weft Cambodian work. The traditional patterns of the red and orange borders of the saree give a structure to this adorable saree.

    Adding Charm with the Colors

    The combination of simple and classy colors like gray, orange and red with appealing colors of white and orange pushes up the beauty of the saree. We can see the details of the saree and the fascination of the combination of motifs on the saree. You can wear it to offices, functions or celebrations. With the eye catching combination of colors, the saree is a very beautiful attire for all wedding festivities and many other functions.

    Crossroads of Motifs and Colours

    This beautiful motif combination of saree has a very unique color combination too. The body has a pretty shade of green with the Cambodian ikat and sambalpuri weft and wrap patterns. The white cambodian ikat motifs on green body looks quirky. The intricacy of the saree is unique along with the aanchal.

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