Kotpad Handloom is a vegetable-colored texture woven by the tribal weavers of the Mirgan people group of Kotpad town in Koraput district, Odisha, India. Cotton sarees with strong fringe and Pata Anchal, dupatta with normal Buties/themes, Scolrfs on cotton, silk, handloom stoles, and dress materials are altogether coloured with natural colours.
The normal colour is made from the aul tree developed around there. The Kotpad tussar silk saree with the tribal workmanship and Kotpad handloom textures with characteristic shading is its forte.
Kotpad handloom texture is the primary thing from Odisha that got the Geographical Indication of India tag, in 2005. The Mirgan people group of Kotpad is well known for their impeccable natural coloured material. They generally weave this material for "Bhotada", "Dharua" and different themes of their neighbouring tribal groups.