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Top 10 Sambalpuri Sarees with Pasapalli Designs

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Top 10 Sambalpuri Sarees with Pasapalli Designs

Sambalpuri Saree is a very Popular Handloom Saree which is produced mostly in Western Parts of Odisha. Each and every step include manual operation from the Weavers, no machine is used in the making of Sambalpuri Sarees. That's why it is one of the Best Handloom Sarees of India. Sambalpuri Sarees have many Beautiful and Traditional designs like Shankha (Shell), Wheels, Fishes, Lions, Trees, Tribals, Pasapalli, Forest, Flowers, Hills and so many more which makes it Unique from any other sarees. In this article, We are going to see Top 10 Pasapalli Sarees from our store. The specialty of the Pasapalli or Saptapar is the...

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Popular Designs in Sambalpuri Saree | Odikala.com

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Popular Designs in Sambalpuri Saree | Odikala.com

Popular Designs in Sambalpuri Sarees Sambalpuri Sarees are Handloom Sarees from the Western parts of Odisha State; These Sarees are very popular because of its Unique & Detailed Designs in the Body, Pallu and Border of the Sarees. And the entire Making Process is very complicated which takes weeks to make a Beautiful Saree. These Sarees are made in Bargarh, Sonepur, Sambalpur, Bolangir and Boudh Districts of Odisha. Also learn more about the Weaving Process, Handloom Machine & See the Saree Weaving Video. Varieties of Sambalpuri Sarees include Bomkai, Bapta, Pasapalli, Sonepuri, Barpali, Which are highly in demand. Various Designs...

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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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Handloom Weaving in Odisha | Know about the Process of Weaving & Weavers.

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Handloom Weaving in Odisha | Know about the Process of Weaving & Weavers.

The Process of Weaving Each and Every thread of the Odisha sarees are Hand woven. All the process involved in weaving a saree is carried out manually, no machine is used in any of the steps. The process starts with dyeing the cotton/silk material. In short, the coloring process includes dipping the material repeatedly in the boiled color water. Utmost care is taken while dyeing the cotton/silk to make sure that the color is uniform throughout the material and it doesn't affect the quality of the material. Handloom Weaving Weaving is a method of fabric production in which two distinct...

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