Sambalpuri Cotton Saree with Hand Painted Pattachitra Art

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Fabric : Bapta Colour : Beige Measurements : 6.30meter saree(Saree+blouse) Wash Care : Dry Clean or Hand wash using lukewarm water (cold water may cause fabric paint to crack) and mild detergent, without chemicals or bleach. - Do not put iron directly on the painted area, rather iron it using the reverse side of fabric

Special Design

Pattachitra style of painting is one of the oldest and most popular art forms of Odisha. The tradition is more than thousand years old. The name Pattachitra has evolved from the Sanskrit words patta, meaning canvas, and chitra, meaning picture. Pattachitra is thus literally a painting done on canvas, and is manifested by rich colourful application, creative motifs and designs, mostly mythological in depiction. 

Weaving Technique

Odisha Ikat is a kind of Ikat, a resist dyeing technique, originating from Indian state of Odisha. Also known as 'Bandha of Odisha'. Bandha can be defined as "A length of systematically arranged yarn, dyed according to a preconceived design in such a manner so as to enable a weaver to portray the design when the yarn is converted to a fabric through the process of weaving". A notable feature in this Ikat is that it depicts the same colourful design motif on both its front and back. No additional yarn is required to produce this effect.

Art Origin

Bargarh is a municipality in Bargarh district in the state of Odisha, India. Bargarh is called the business hub of western Odisha. It was earlier a part of Sambalpur district. 'Sambalpuri Sarees' originated from Bargarh district. Ikkat hand woven sarees and other Sambalpuri clothes are made in Bargarh district.





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