Odisha Traditional Sarees For Women


Odisha Traditional Sarees For Women

In Odisha, you will see a very wide range of traditional Sarees and handloom textiles. It was formerly known as Orissa.

It is widely known and famous for “Lord Jagannath” – and for its annual car festival called ” Rath Yatra”.

As ‘Puri’ is regarded as one of the four Dharmic Places in India.

Odisha traditional sarees

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This place will always amaze you with its culture and traditions. From every region of this state, you will find varieties of handloom sarees whose designs attract a major number of tourists.

Odisha handloom sarees

1.Bomkai Sarees

Bomkai Sarees is also known as Sonepuri Sarees. This sarees is an origin of Bomkai, Ganjam District, Odisha.

This sarees are basically very bright and vibrant in color. This Traditional sarees are continuing its heritage till today………

Bomkai sarees


This sarees are loved by many women and they also wear in their marriages.

ChaturBhuj Meher is known as the master of the weavers of the Tie-Die Handloom. He has also founded a handloom research and training center institute in Sonepuri, Odisha.

Bomkai sarees



Bomkai sarees

He has been also awarded the fourth highest civilian award, Padma Sri, by the Government of India

You can find some pieces of his weaving works in “Meher’s”, Bhubaneswar, Odisha or simply visit on their official website.


2. Sambalpuri Saree

Sambalpuri Saree is originated from the western part of Odisha state – Sambalpur, Balangir, Sonepur, Bargarh, and Boudh District. This sarees are also known as Odisha Ikat Sarees.

These Sarees are markedly different due to their Shankha, Chakra and traditional mo

Sambalpuri silk sarees

tifs. This sarees are found to be very pure handloom sarees.

Sambalpuri silk sarees

Sambalpuri Sarees has become a famous name for fabric-woven where you can find a large number of varieties from sarees, bedsheets, dress materials to tie-dye sarees and much more.

Sambalpuri silk sarees

Boyanika” is a leading chain store all over Odisha where you can get a wide collection of Odisha’s traditional dresses and sarees.

Sambalpuri silk sarees

Sambalpuri silk sarees


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3. Pattachitra Sarees

Pattachitra stands for ‘patta’- Cloth and ‘Chitra’ – painting which has been inspired by the culture of Lord Jagannath and Vaishnava Sect.

Pattachitra Sarees

It represents the old historical painting which is imprinted and showcased upon the sarees, painting and handicrafts items.

This sarees are still found in the places of Puri, Raghurajpur, Paralekhmundi and Sonepur.

Pattachitra Sarees


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