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A Sambalpuri sari is a traditional hand woven knitted fabric of Odisha. The important raw material used in weaving a Sambalpuri sari is cotton and the texture of the fabric varies upon the wrap and weft yarns used for weaving. It is mainly made in Bargarh, Sonepur, Sambalpur, Balangir and Boudh district of Odisha.

The unique design of Sambalpuri sarees highlights the traditional craftsmanship of the ‘Bandhakala’ or the Tie – dye art. In this technique, the yarns are tied according to the desired pattern for absorption of dyes and then dyed in different colours. Once the yarns are dyed they can never be bleached into another colour. This technique enables a weaver to weave colourful designs, images and patterns into the fabric which are almost identical on both sides of the fabric.

There are many varieties of Sambalpuri sarees, that are made in Odisha which includes Sonepuri, Pasapali, Bonkai, Barpali and Bapta. Most of them are named after their places of origin and are popularly known as Pata.

Sambalpuri sarees are used in various ceremonial occasions, the motifs of the Sambalpuri sarees symbolizes prosperity and fertility. Conch shell, fish, deer, butterfly and stars are widely used motifs, which are mostly derived from mythology.

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A Sambalpuri sari is a traditional hand woven knitted fabric of Odisha. The important raw material used in weaving a Sambalpuri sari is cotton and the texture of the fabric varies upon the wrap and weft yarns used for weaving. It is mainly made in Bargarh, Sonepur, Sambalpur, Balangir and Boudh district of Odisha.

The unique design of Sambalpuri sarees highlights the traditional craftsmanship of the ‘Bandhakala’ or the Tie – dye art. In this technique, the yarns are tied according to the desired pattern for absorption of dyes and then dyed in different colours. Once the yarns are dyed they can never be bleached into another colour. This technique enables a weaver to weave colourful designs, images and patterns into the fabric which are almost identical on both sides of the fabric.

There are many varieties of Sambalpuri sarees, that are made in Odisha which includes Sonepuri, Pasapali, Bonkai, Barpali and Bapta. Most of them are named after their places of origin and are popularly known as Pata.

Sambalpuri sarees are used in various ceremonial occasions, the motifs of the Sambalpuri sarees symbolizes prosperity and fertility. Conch shell, fish, deer, butterfly and stars are widely used motifs, which are mostly derived from mythology.

 

Sambalpuri Cotton Sarees Price

Sambalpuri cotton handloom sarees reflect the original style of local art and crafts, where the design is inspired by natural flora and fauna or various geometrical patterns. It has earned many names for its unique pattern, design, and texture. These sarees are very comfortable to wear in every season. These sarees can be worn in parties, casual functions, family functions, office etc.

Price of any Sambalpuri cotton sarees depends upon the design and patterns and other intricate work done on sari. Complex designs need very hard and detailed work and long-time resulting in higher prices. A complete hand woven Sambalpuri saree fetches higher price as it shows the skill of a master weaver in its precise and intricate pattern.

For an idea we can say that the price of a Sambalpuri cotton saree starts from 1000 rs and reaches up to 50000 rs depending on it.

Sambalpuri Pata Saree

Sambalpuri pata sarees are made of pure silk and there is no printing on the saree, each and every design which you see on the saree is hand woven. Pata sarees are ceremonial sarees worn in wedding ceremonies. It is a traditional hand-woven saree woven on wooden looms using pure tussar yarns. It is also popular for its ikat or bandha. It is commonly worn by women during weddings. Kenduli Khandua of 12 feet and 2 Kani (1 kani = length of one’s hand) is engraved with stanzas and illustrations from Gita Govinda. It is offered to Jagannath as Khandua. The traditional colours include orange, red and sunset yellow. The borders and pallu are generally seen in black, blue and red colors. The colors are extracted from the Sal tree. The designs seen on the sarees are auspicious elephants, large many petalled flowers, a deula kumbha, and a unique Orissan animal Nabagunjara. It is lightweight, barely 300 gms.

These Sambalpuri pata sarees cannot be missed when it comes to enhancing the beauty of one’s closet or gifting. Pata sarees are now recognized worldwide for exquisite textures vibrancy, versatility and affordability. The artisans are continuously playing with colors, designs, and base materials to produce sarees for different occasions and mood. Today the subtle and delicate Sambalpuri pata sarees are acknowledged globally.

Barpali Sambalpuri Saree

The Barpali Sambalpuri sarees are made by bhuliyas (weavers) and are made in Barpali, a small town situated in western corner of Odisha about 70 km away from Sambalpur. The speciality of this saree is the weaving pattern of Sambalpuri ikat fabric. Barpali Sambalpuri sarees are made famous by renowned weaver shri Khetramohan Meher (National Awardee) and shri Sankhamani Meher. Shri Meher has made a name in the field of weaving Tussar saree. These sarees are made of “cocoon tassar “and have been woven in a completely new design based on Indian culture and tradition.

The novelty of this saree is that the design woven on the saree is done with a new technique. In past the butis used being woven in every line on the body of the saree. But now in this Barpali saree different kinds of butis have been made in every line on the body of the saree.

 

Daily Use Sambalpuri Saree

Daily use Sambalpuri sarees are very comfortable to wear and affordable as well. They are made using the best textiles and techniques. The handloom artisans have inherited centuries of knowledge regarding exquisite weaves and designs. The two most popular fabrics used in Sambalpuri sarees are silk and cotton.

Sambalpuri cotton sarees are also as colourful and beautiful as silk sarees and are preferred more in informal occasions because of the high amount of comfort they offer. The cotton fabrics with heavy drapes woven on fine cotton threads, tightly held together. The fabric is flannel-like to touch for its soft woody weaving, unlike the silk fabric.

These sarees are comfortable to wear during summers and winters. The motifs designs are mostly axe, crab, bow, fish, conch and boat reflecting culture and sea. The sarees have befitting elaborate borders and designs depending on the occasion.

 

Sambalpuri Pasapalli Saree

Pasapalli Sarees are one variant of Sambalpuri Silk weaved In Bargarh District of Odisha,India.’Pasapalli’ comes from the word ‘Pasa’ meaning chess or gambling games using chessboard. Normally the Pasapalli saree is work with Silk thread,cotton thread,tussar,mix of silk and tussar.they have detailed chequered patterns of different variety and color combinations.

They are identified by the double  ikat weave in the pattern of a chessboard and brocaded boars. The excellence of this weaving art is called ‘Bandhokla ‘.this is a very intricate method and their unique symmetry makes them stand out in ethnic Indian fashion wear for Women.

                          The anchal of pasapalli Saree has peculiar traditional designs and colour are made of pure silk thread to enhance its glossy appearance. The anchal  or pallu has motifs like conch, flowers, animals, birds, temples, wheels and landscapes.

 The process of weaving starts with dyeing the cotton silk material the weaving material is continuously dipped in boiling color water. Utmost  Care is taken while dyeing to make sure that the color is uniform throughout the material and it doesn’t affect the quality. The final product or Saree have intricate check patterns of contrast color resembling the chessboard and is the main highlight of saree.