Woven on a pit loom, Bomkai, which is also known as Sonepuri, is an extraordinary fabric that results from the confluence of two extremely popular components of the Orissa textile industry. Bomkai can be explained as an extra weft technique on a pit loom in its simplest. It is an outcome of Ikat and embroidery interwoven into each other. The works are often in contrasting colors and marked by intricate threadwork. The motifs on the Bomkai are inspired by nature and tribal art, giving a fascinating look that makes it perfect for the aristocracy. Bomkai are available in cotton and silk*cotton fabrics.
• Width: 44 inches
• Material: Bomkai Cotton
• Warp x Weft: 100*80
• Quantity shown is in meters: 1 unit = 1 meters.