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Orders are processed within 3-4 working days since the handlooms are polished after they are ordered and collected from the weavers in rural locations. Domestic orders are delivered within 4-6 working Days. International Orders are delivered within 10-12 Days.
A rare to find and unique tradition of Odisha, the Nabakothi Khandua silk saree, is a significant representation of Odisha's religious beliefs and legitimacy. Nabakothi saree symbolizes auspicious number 9. The number 9 is considered a powerful number connected with Navarasa, Navami, Navaratri, Nabagraha, and the nine incarnations of human life.
This authentic piece has nine unique motifs in the Kothi or houses placed horizontally across the body. The checkered homes contain nine different motifs, each in an aligned liner pattern. Motifs of the saree include pot, bird, lion, chessboard, lotus, butterfly, deer, peacock, and flower. It is extemerely rare to find off white body and orange motif Nabakothi. The embrace the orange border completes the whole look of the saree. Palla of the six yards contains flowy flower motifs all over it.
The traditional touch of the motifs and the color embraces the culture, making it the best choice for any puja, functions, and other events.
The Nabakothi Khandua Silk Saree is woven and designed by National Awardee from Nuapatna.
This unique piece of Nabakothi/Nabarangi has a black base with motifs in red, green And orange colour combination. The anchal and border has a orangish mustard base with traditional rudraksh motifs on it.
Length – 6.4 Mtrs
Wrap*weft (Tana*Bana) – 2 Ply Silk * 4 Ply Silk
Fabric – Mulberry Silk
Color hues may vary from that which appears in the image
Purchasing this product would render 5 Days of livelihood.
- Suggested dry cleaning
- Please Do not squeeze or wring