The body of this sambalpuri Ikat Handloom Silk Saree has a extremely new colour called aquamarine with vertical blue stripes all over the body giving the saree an extraordinary look. This saree is famously known as the "Jala Saree" because of the grand Jala work that has been done on the pallu or the anchal. The Palla has a off-white base with the theme "Sankha Sudarshana". Small elephants, yellow chakra, birds, fish etc has been weaved in the pallu of the saree.
Sambalpuri Sarees of Odisha are known as the finest handloom. Sambalpuri fabrics reflect an original style of craft known as Baandha Traditionally, craftsmen created Baandhas with images of flora or fauna or with geometrical patterns. More recently, new types of Baandha depicting portrait, landscape and flower pods are being designed. Baandha fabric is created using a tie-dye technique. The yarns are tied according to the desired patterns to prevent absorption of dyes, and then dyed. The yarns or set of yarns so produced is called 'Baandha'.
Length – 6.4 Mtrs
Wrap*weft (Tana*Bana) – 3 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 30 Days of livelihood.
- Suggested dry cleaning
- Please Do not squeeze or wring
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