SKU : KASMEHBOS0000000f
Sold by : Mehar Fashion
Design - plain buti.
Dyeing - silver.
Origin - Sambalpur .
Material - Silk.
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Wedding ceremonies and religious purposes – Kalinga Silks, supported by the royal families of Orissa, are mostly associated with these events since time immemorial. This is the reason they are highly expensive. These silks are mainly weaved by the artisans of Cuttack, Puri, Nuatpatna districts. Red, black and white forms the base colours of these sarees and they are enwrapped in several natural motifs on the body and border. Silk Saree with Bomkai Buta Embedded Bomkai Odissi Silk saree covered with plain buti motifs talk a lot about good health and prosperity is considered to be the best known creation of the Mehar Fashion ever since.
Artisans of Cuttack, Puri and Nuapatna districts of Orissa using deft mechanism to produce several beautiful designs on the traditional Kalinga Silk saree, earlier supported by royal families of Orissa. Temples spires or pomegranate seeds are ever inspiring designs produced on these sarees with the help of this mechanism, which accentuates the look of Kalinga Silk sarees. Various plain buti designed on the body of the saree along with the silver coloured Silk Saree with Bomkai Buta Embedded Bomkai Odissi Silk saree is one of the best creation of the Mehar Fashion .
Traditional Kalinga Silk sarees produced in the Cuttack, Puri and Nuapatna districts of Orissa today, which were originally supported by the royal families of Orissa, is a fine blend of single and double ikkat style of weaving. By adding multiple colours in different parts to the saree, before weaving, the visibility of the contrasting colour scheme on the sarees become very vivid. Various spiritual and royal motifs on the shinning body and edge of the sarees along with a constant background colour is an art. The colour silver and plain buti design of the Silk Saree with Bomkai Buta Embedded Bomkai Odissi Silk saree is true craftsmanship of the Mehar Fashion .
Adding colours to Kalinga Silk sarees is the most important feature in before the making of the fabric. “Muha – johra” method is used to colour the traditional Kalinga Silk sarees, in which the warp end of the fabric are coloured and retied to multi coloured threads, which is done to create a dense layer of colour mostly found on the border of the Kalinga Silk saree. Production of immense variety of Kalinga Silk sarees in Cuttack, Puri and Nuapatna districts of Orissa, were earlier patronised by the royal families of Orissa. This is an ancient practise which gives rise black, maroon, yellow on traditional Kalinga Silk sarees and that is perfect choice for the Oriya women across the world for all occasions. Thus, Silk Saree with Bomkai Buta Embedded Bomkai Odissi Silk saree in silver colour, plain buti designed and various plain buti motifs on the whole body, border and pallu is a special attraction of the Silk Saree with Bomkai Buta Embedded Bomkai Odissi Silk saree.