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OdiKala: Announcing First Anniversary Offer

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OdiKala: Announcing First Anniversary Offer

On 21st February 2017, We launched our Online Platform for Handloom & Handicraft products from Odisha. OdiKala is an effort to "Discover Unique Products of Odisha" including Handloom, Handicraft, Ethnic, Organic and Natural products from Odisha and showcase those to the world and thereby letting the whole world explore Odisha. Now we are celebrating our 1st Anniversary, We would like thanks all our Customers, Weavers, Artists, People who love and support our brand & vision & Employees for being a part of the Journey. We commit to keeping on improving our Products and Services to give you better experience always. As this...

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Sambalpuri Sarees | The Traditional Handloom Sarees of Odisha

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Sambalpuri Sarees | The Traditional Handloom Sarees of Odisha

Sambalpuri Sarees: Sambalpuri Sarees are the most wonderful sarees of India, these are produced in Western Odisha, mainly in Sonepur, Bargarh, Sambalpur, Boudh and Balangir Districts of Odisha. Each and Every thread of the Sambalpuri Sarees are Handwoven. All the process involved in weaving a saree is carried out manually, no machine is used in any of the steps. Sambalpuri sarees particularly are known for the utilization of traditional themes taking after its relationship with this shoreline state, for example, Sankha or shell, phula or flower, and chakra or wheel, swans, fish.                  Swans, Lotus &...

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Celebrating Dussehra & Durga Puja in Odisha | Shopping, Famous Pandals, Food

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Celebrating Dussehra & Durga Puja in Odisha | Shopping, Famous Pandals,  Food

Durga Puja in Odisha (Odia: ଦୁର୍ଗା ପୂଜା) is observed as Sharadiyo Durga Puja in the Oriya month of Aswina (September–October) and Kalipuja (October–November), which is celebrated with utmost solemnity, gaiety, and éclat. The harvest time or Sharadiya function is known as different names in Odisha: Dussehra, Durgapuja, Akal Bodhan, Shodasa Upachara, Durgotsava, Sharadiya Utsava and so forth. This time of the season feels so magical and beautiful. I'm sure that you will be feeling the same.  SHOPPING: You can shop quality handloom products from OdiKala.com and Get Flat 20% Off + Additional 10% off on orders above Rs.2000, Using code DUSSEHRA10....

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Cash On Delivery | OdiKala.com

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Cash On Delivery | OdiKala.com

Cash On Delivery (COD) Payment Option As you have the option to make an online payment for your purchases done on OdiKala.com, you can also opt for the Cash on Delivery (COD) payment method. COD payment method allows you to pay in cash to the courier personnel at the time of actual delivery of the product at your doorstep, without requiring you to make any advance payment online.  Do I need to pay anything extra with COD? No, you don't need to pay any extra cash/charges/fees to the courier, Pay only the order amount.      Anything more I should be...

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Pasapalli or Saptapar Sarees, Top 16 Recommended picks

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Pasapalli or Saptapar Sarees, Top 16 Recommended picks

This Saree is woven at Sonepur, Barpali and Baunsri of Western Odisha. The speciality of the Pasapalli or Saptapar Saree is the designs like Chess Board's boxes on the Body or Border. Normally this saree is woven with Silk thread, Cotton thread, Tussar, Mix of Silk & Tussar. Pallu of Some Pasapalli or Saptapar Saree is made with golden colour threads. The Border of the Sarees is made beautifully. In this Saree, weaver wove flowers, landscapes, geomatical designs and more can be made. In the Pallu, weaver makes Sankha (Shell), Chakra (Wheel), Flowers, Animals, Forest, Hills etc. Here are the Recommended...

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