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animals traditional yellow and maroun colour Bomkai Odissi Silk saree

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animals traditional yellow and maroun colour Bomkai Odissi Silk saree

SKU : KASMEHBOS0000000e

Sold by : Mehar Fashion

Design - animal .

Dyeing - yellow.

Origin - Sambalpur .

Material - Silk.

$ 104
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Kalinga Silk Saree
design

Design

animal

dyework

Dyeing

yellow

origin

Origin

Sambalpur

seller

Seller

Mehar Fashion

material

Material

Silk

threadcount

Thread count

Product description

Brand

Kalinga Silk sarees are the traditional silk fabrics, originally supported by the royal families of Orissa. Produced by the artisans of Cuttack, Puri and Nuapatna districts of Orissa, Kalinga Silk since time immemorial have been very expensive as its always meant for wedding ceremonies and religious purposes. Replete with elaborate motifs these sarees are all available in red, black or white colour. The body and border of Kalinga Silk Sarees are enwrapped with several natural motifs which talk a lot about good health and prosperity. Mehar Fashion is a popular name for Orissi Silk Saree creation and animals traditional yellow and maroun colour Bomkai Odissi Silk saree is one of his best known works ever since.

Design

Modern Meena

The process of weaving of the exclusive traditional Kalinga Silk Sarees, originally supported by the royal families of Orissa, involves the thread movement of the warp and weft threads, which is deft mechanism of the looms in the Cuttack, Puri and Nuapatna districts of Orissa. The mechanism of looms gives rise to several special designs on the main weave and smoothly mixes with the saree as a homogenous pattern. Smaller animal motifs elaborately represented on the border and pallu of the animals traditional yellow and maroun colour Bomkai Odissi Silk saree. Sometimes Temple spires, pomegranate seeds, etc are awe – inspiring and accentuates the look of the fabric and this one is the best known work ever sinced by the Mehar Fashion .

Making

Modern Meena

With a fine blend of single and ikkat style weaving, traditional Kalinga sarees produced in Cuttack, Puri and Nuapatna, were originally supported by the royal families. yellow coloured animals traditional yellow and maroun colour Bomkai Odissi Silk saree is an example of true craftsmanship of the Mehar Fashion . Before the saree is woven, multiple colours are added to different parts of the saree to make the contrasting colours easily visible on them. Various kinds of spiritual and royal motifs on the shinning body and border of the saree is an art.

Dyeing

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Traditional Kalinga Silk sarees produced in the Cuttack, Puri and Nuapatna districts of Orissa today, were originally supported by the royal families of Orissa. A special method is used to colour the Kalinga Silk Sarees, which is known as “muha – johra”. With this method, warp ends of a colour are retied to multi-colopured threads and thus create a dense layer of colour are produced on the border of Kalinga Silk sarees. This is an ancient practice of colouring, a special method of cutting warp ends of colour are retied to multi coloured warp ends, known as “muha-johra”. This is used to create a dense layer of colour at the pallu of Kalinga Silk sarees. This is an ancient practice with an inclination towards contemporary colours. Modern Oriya women across the world prefer the most gorgeous colours like Balck, yellow, orange Kalinga Silk sarees. Therefore, the animals traditional yellow and maroun colour Bomkai Odissi Silk saree of yellow colour with animal designs and animal motifs on the body, border and pallu is one such creation of the Mehar Fashion .

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