Sambalpuri Pata Saree SCjuly04
  • Sambalpuri Pata Saree SCjuly04
  • Sambalpuri Pata Saree SCjuly04
  • Sambalpuri Pata Saree SCjuly04

Sambalpuri Pata Saree SCjuly04

₹ 10,500

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Sambalpuri Handloom pata saree with Blause ..
Original quality...Care Instructions...Dry Clean Only...
Country of Origin India SareeWeave Speciality: The colours of Sambalpuri pata fabrics are mesmerizing and even more astonishing is the simple method they use to produce bold geometrical designs.
Weave Type: 
sambalpuri Handloom pata saree
Weave Style:
 Sambalpuri pata is a weaving style that employs resist dyeing technique to impart colors to the yarns before their interlacement. The fabric woven in this technique shows a feathered and hazy pattern which is a wonderful classic in its own way.
DESCRIPTIONA
 hand-woven fantasy, the Sambalpuri pata saree is a reflection of its stimulating traditional roots and artistic intricacy. An elegant illustration of the glories of past with contemporary chicness, the Sambalpuri pata saree will transform any woman into an artist’s muse.The Journey of Sambalpuri: The Saga of an Unending SareeThe story of Sambalpuri weaves is one of mythology and magic. With its roots dipped in the Indian epics and tradition, the Sambalpuri weaves have lasted the test of time owing to the extraordinary craftsmanship of the weavers. It is believed by Padmashree Haldhar Nag, an eminent poet from Odisha that Krishna draped the Sambalpuri around Draupadi, a pata saree so long that it had no end.Praised for the immaculate artistry, the Sambalpuri pata makers are dwellers of Orissa. Unique in the making and exquisite in its designs, the Sambalpuri weave reflects an ancient handicraft called BandhaKala. The yarns are tied in accordance with the desired pattern to prevent absorption of dyes in the other areas. It is then dyed with colours that are made by the artisans. The weaves are praised for their vibrant colours and intricate designs, often inspired by the traditional motifs seen occurring at the major temples of Odisha. More recently, the makers are experimenting with the themes and colours for an enhanced contemporary appeal

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