India is a country enriched with culture and tradition, every part of India is grown with its unique art and culture. Handicraft Orissa Silk Sarees and handmadesarees are always appreciated by people all over India. In Odisha, there are various types of handloom sarees and handlooms are named by their place of origin. Traditional handloom sarees are of two types, namely cotton and silk. The Odisha handloom sarees are one of the most popular traditional handlooms in all over India and abroad. The traditional handloom saree looks very elegant and graceful or comfortable to wear. The famous traditional handloom sarees are sambalpuri,dongria saree, bomkai saree, khandua saree, saura saree, pattachitra saree, pasappali saree, kotpad saree, habaspuri saree etc. these saree are can be seen being utilized by odissi artist and these are exhibited at various fashion shows. These traditional Orissa Silk Onlinehave reached the universal market.
Sambalpuri sarees are well-known and valued for their unique designs and color. Designs are inspired by traditional motifs like a shell, temple, and tree, leaves, wheel, flower, creep, etc. A range of sambalpuri saree are sonepuri, ikkat, pasapalli, etc. typically named after their place of origin.
The delightful part of bomkai saree is its print or the design over the body by thread work, generally along the Border or pallu. These sarees are lengthy and offered in various colours and designs.
Patachitra sarees is one of the traditional antique artwork of Odisha, India. patachitra sarees originate on two fabrics mostly cotton and silk. Paintings of Hindu mythology and life of god and goddess are printed on the fabric called patachitra saree with natural organic colors. Natural colors give anexclusive and magnificent look to the sarees.