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Orders are processed within 3-4 working days since the handlooms are polished after they are ordered and collected from the weavers in rural locations. Domestic orders are delivered within 4-6 working Days. International Orders are delivered within 10-12 Days.
The particular Odisha Handloom Saree is a lovely affair of colours between Red & Violet. The Body of this particular saree is striking Red with violet checks all over it. The borders are plain with Phoda Kumbha temple work which has also been done in Violet colour.
The pallu of the saree is also a major attraction of the saree. The pallu has a violet base with small motifs in red done all over it. It has got several lines of fish , Lion, Elephant, Bird and flower motifs. Small Jala or extra weft work done in golden and silver combination adds a completely different charm to the saree on a whole different level.
The blouse of the saree is violet with small red phoda kumbha work complementing the entire 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) – 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 6 Days of livelihood.
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