Sambalpuri saris are a symbol of tradition, culture and intricate technique. They have long been an important part of the ethnic Indian female attire and have been unadulterated in the present western culture inspired apparel world.
Sambalpuri Sari is a traditional hand woven Ikat sari where in the warp and the weft is tie-dyed before weaving. Today the Baandha fabric is popularly known by its geographical and cultural name Sambalpuri owing to the pioneering efforts of Sri Radhashyam Meher, who brought about a radical improvement in the skills of the craftsmen and the quality of the products.
Sambalpuri saris are known for their incorporation of traditional motifs like shankha (shell), chakra (wheel), phula (flower), all of which have deep symbolism, but the highpoint of these saris is the traditional craftsmanship of the Geographical (GI) registry. Bomkai design was borrowed from village name “Bomkai” in Ganjam District of Odisha to Sonepur. The Bomkai Design were developed in late 1980s and introduced in the Sonepur in early 1990s. And also value addition with zari work was also carried out during the same period.
Material : Mercerized Cotton
Make : Hand Woven
Thread Count : 100/120
Length : 5.43 mt
Width : 1 meter 20 cm
Body Colour : Copper Sulphate With Maron Border
Weight : 520 gm
Blouse Piece : 70 cm
Wash Care :
Preferably Dry Wash,Do Not Bleach,Dry In Shade
Tags: Sambalpuri Bomkai