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Grey With Black Maroon Border Kargil Kumbha Sambalpuri Cotton Ikat Saree
Kargil Kumbha” sarees are very famous & pocket friendly sarees from Maniabandh, Odisha and is weaved using single ikat weaving technique. “Kumbha” means temples. Due to towering temples looking like peaks of Kargil mountains, their name has been put by weavers as “Kargil Kumbha”! The pallu undoubtedly has the Konark wheel motif- the signature Odisha architectural marvel, surrounded by peacocks, butterflies, flowers, birds or other such pretty woven motifs. So tower above all and flaunt it! Handloom Cotton Sarees of Odisha are worldwide known to be one of the finest in terms of quality and craftsmanship. 'Bandha' or 'Ikat' or 'Tie and Dye' Odisha sarees have gained their significant fans globally over the period of time to be rich in texture, craftsmanship, quality, designs and cost effectiveness.
Length – 5.5 Mtrs
Wrap*weft (Tana*Bana) – Cotton*Cotton
Fabric – 100 Count Cotton
Blouse Piece – No
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
- Store in clean, dry place away from insects, dust, excessive light and moisture.
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