Bomkai Saree - Originated from the Bomkai district of Ganjam, Odisha then later on introduced in Sonepur by the Ruler of Patna Ramai Dev. Bomkai holds a special place in the world of Handloom Sarees.
Bomkai is one of the identified Geographical Indication of India. The captivating color and the charming border of these sarees make it stand apart from the rest.
The piece of Bomkai Saree is gorgeous yet elegant. The combination of yellow and green is really pretty, making it one of the graceful collections. The body of the saree is of yellow color with little flower motifs of red and green These motifs are made using extra weft weaving technique. The aanchal is of green color and has jhoti flower motifs with extra weft work. The aanchal is all Bomkai weft work. The border of saree is temple and rudraksha motifs making it look beautiful and ornate. This rich and exquisite piece of handloom must be part of your collection. The blouse is green in color with silver rudraksha motifs.
SONEPURI or BOMKAI have been a recognized and glorious print all over the world. This gorgeous pattern comes from a village called Bomkai itself. The “bhulia” community of Subarnapur are the masters of this artistry. These sarees have been flourishing since 600B.C. holding supremacy and shimmers. Since then the handloom has come a long way to get the GI tag in the year 2009. The intricate thread work and the beautiful patterns are made by the process of wrap and weft. The former Miss World Aishwarya Rai wore “RADHAKUNJA” a kind of Bomkai during her wedding with Abhisekh Bachchan.
Length – 6.4 Mtrs
Wrap*weft (Tana*Bana) – 4 Ply Silk * 4 Ply Silk
Fabric – Mulberry Silk
Blouse Piece – Yes
Color hues may vary from that which appears in the image
Purchasing this product would render 39 Days of livelihood.
- Suggested dry cleaning
- Please Do not squeeze or wring
Lovely Saree , loved it completely . I m very happy with the purchase
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