|Dimensions||5.50 × 1.18 m|
Boysenberry khandua silk saree
(Inclusive of all taxes)
|Handwoven traditional nuapatna silk saree Boysenberry base plain in body with butty & border Black base with small & big pasapalli ikat & rudrakhsya dobby , Pallu barn red base with traditional ikat ,saree has no blouse piece.|
|DIMENSIONS||5.50 × 1.18 m|
|MATERIAL||2 ply Malda Silk|
- Color hues may slightly vary from that which appears in the image.
- Minor irregularities are the uniqueness of handlooms and make each piece exquisite
- Suggest Dry Clean
- Do not squeeze or wring
- Store in a clean and dry place, away from insects, dust, excessive light, and moisture
Khandua (also maniabandha or kataki) is a traditional “Bandha” or ikat sari produced from Odisha worn by women during wedding and aspecial type of which is worn by Jagannath. The clothes contain texts of Gita Govinda on them.
Weaver communities of Maniabandha and Nuapatna of Cuttack traditionally weave this kind of Pata. During the rule of Gajapatis, Sarees are made and transported to Jagannath Temple.
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