SKU : KASMEHBOS0000000z
Sold by : Mehar Fashion
Design - plain buti.
Dyeing - pink.
Origin - Sambalpur .
Material - Silk.
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Supported by the royal families of Orissa, traditional Kalinga Silk sarees are original silk fabrics of Orissa, were produced by the artisans of Cuttack, Puri, Nuatpatna districts. Mostly associated with wedding ceremonies and religious purposes, the Kalinga Silk sarees since time immemorial have always been very expensive. Enwrapped with several natural motifs on the body and border, these sarees come in various colours like red, black or white. Buti Silk Dark Pink and Maroun Colour Bomaki 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 Buti Silk Dark Pink and Maroun Colour Bomaki Odissi silk saree ever since.
Supported by the royal families of Orissa earlier, traditional Kalinga Silk sarees is still produced with the help of deft mechanism of looms of Cuttack, Puri and Nuapatna districts of Orissa. With the help of this mechanism, several designs are smoothly mixed with the saree and homogeneous patterns are beautifully displayed on them. Awe – inspiring designs like Temple spires, pomegranate seeds accentuates the look of Kalinga Silk sarees. Even small plain buti motifs elaborately represented on the border and pallu of the Buti Silk Dark Pink and Maroun Colour Bomaki Odissi silk saree is one such attraction of the Mehar Fashion .
Artisans of Cuttack, Puri and Nuapatna districts of Orissa weave traditional Kalinga Silk sarees in single and double ikkat style, which were earlier patronized by the royal families of Orissa. Before weaving , multiple colours are added to different parts of the Buti Silk Dark Pink and Maroun Colour Bomaki Odissi silk saree and this done to make the visibility of the contrasting colours of the saree clear. Various kinds of royal motifs and spiritual designs on the shinning body and and border of the saree, a true work of art.
Colouring the traditional Kalinga Silk sarees is of a special method, which is done in the Cuttack, Puri and Nuapatna districts of Orissa. Production of colourful Kalinga silk sarees were earlier supported by the royal families of Orissa. In coloring the Kalinga Silk sarees, a popular “muha – johra” method is used, with which the warp ends of threads of the fabrics are coloured and re tied to muti – coloured threads. This is to create a dense layer of colour greatly found on the border of the Kalinga Silk saree. An ancient practice which gives rise to colors like black, maroon, yellow on traditional Kalinga Silk sarees is the most preferred choice of the modern Oriya women across the world. pink coloured Buti Silk Dark Pink and Maroun Colour Bomaki Odissi silk saree with plain buti designed on the body and border of the sarees is a unique example of creativity of the Buti Silk Dark Pink and Maroun Colour Bomaki Odissi silk saree.