This saree is certainly a head-turner. The green-black hues are coalesced to produce a gorgeous effect .The superb positioning of maroon and glazed white buttis all across the bright carroty body along with a dark simplistic impactful border is a visual treat. The dexterity of the craftsman is evident in the superb shine and overall appeal of the attractive saree which took around 20 days of his undying effort. Gift it with pride or drape it in style, choice is yours!
Origin: It is said that the art of sambalpuri ikat migrated to Western Odisha in 11th centuryThe Sambalpuri sari is made from fabric woven on a hand-loom and is popular throughout India.Sambalpuri Sarees are the most wonderful sarees of India.Sambalpuri sarees which are made totally from textures woven unpredictably on handloom are exceptionally famous all through the nation.
Technique: The process starts with dyeing the cotton/silk material. In short, the colouring process includes dipping the material repeatedly in the boiled colour water. Utmost care is taken while dyeing the cotton/silk to make sure that the colour is uniform throughout the material and it doesn't affect the quality of the material.
Use: Sambalpuri sarees are labour intensive. Sambalpuri sarees are known for their incorporation of traditional motifs It usually take minimum of 2 months to make 1 saree. Every saree has a unique design and rich in traditional view.