Sambalpuri Sarees: Handloom’s Finest From Odisha

 Sambalpuri Sarees: Handloom’s Finest From Odisha

The Sambalpuri saree is a type of traditional garment from the state of Odisha or Orissa that has been woven for many years in towns such as Sonepur, and Balgarh, and regions such as the district of Boudh and Balangir. Sambalpuri sarees are traditional, hand-woven Ikat saris, characterized by their special way of making the designs using tie and dye. This is one of the loveliest.

The Sambalpuri saree is a type of traditional garment from the state of Odisha or Orissa that has been woven for many years in towns such as Sonepur, and Balgarh, and regions such as the district of Boudh and Balangir. Sambalpuri sarees are traditional, hand-woven Ikat saris, characterized by their special way of making the designs using tie and dye. This is one of the loveliest India and these saris today are known globally for their distinctive, ethnic elegance.

 

Sambalpuri Sarees Varietal

Some popular varieties include Sonepuri, Barpali, Pasapali, Bapta and Bomkai, all named after the region or town where they are manufactured (or, rather, where they have been produced for many years). — of these types vary according to a variety of variables, such as which type of fabric is used, which colors are used, which types of designs are used, and so on.

Traditionally, motifs influenced by simple nature, as well as geometric shapes and lines were the signature designs on this kind of saree. The superb craftsmanship of the weavers meant that even in their most traditional form, these sarees are always decorated with very imaginative and esthetically pleasing designs.

Style Tips

Sambalpuri silk sarees are best worn at ceremonies, festivals, or minor wedding occasions that involve an elegant yet traditional dress. Tribal jewelry, wooden necklaces, beaded jewelry, and high heel sandals can be used to accessorize them. When it comes to Sambalpuri cotton saree wear on a regular basis, it’s best to go for plain wooden bead necklaces or silver plated jewelry.

Pic courtesy by Suchitra Crafts

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