This piece of Sambalpuri Ikat is unique and gorgeous. Coral Jasmine saree is a combination of both bootas and ikat. This beautiful combination of both the work brings a gorgeous piece together. The body of coral jasmine colour with flower art done with Ikat. The speciality of the saree is, along with the flowers, their shadows are weaved giving it a unique pattern. The anachal is black horizontal patterns with lines of littles fishes and bootas work. The linear motifs on black and coral jamaica is weaved linearly in a systematic pattern. The Saree has a long pallu and has a linear space dedicated to intricate fish motifs on both sides of the saree. There is also no border pattern making it more unique. The colour combination is unique as is the art. The intricately done tie dye brings the best on this saree. The color combination of black , coral jasmine and the little colourful motif works makes it look classy.
Sambalpuri Ikat which is the famous weft weaving technique of Odisha. Ikat is an elaborate dying process done with silk or cotton fabrics. Ikat patterns are dyed and binded into the threads before cloth is weaved. This classic piece can be worn in various occasions like weddings, celebrations and offices too.
This particular saree is a great pick for marriage functions, party and puja. Just add some tribal jewelry to bring out the ethnicity of the saree.
Kotpad Fabrics is a handwoven organic fabric woven in a tribal village of Kotpad in Koraput District of Odisha. These fabrics are eco-friendly and are naturally dyed using natural ingredients like vegetables, leaves, turmeric, bark of trees etc.
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.