Saree - Sambalpuri Ikat cotton sarees are also known as 'Kargil Kumbha' sarees.
These gorgeous handloom sarees were woven as a dedication to the Kargil War,hence the name "Kargil". “Kumbha” means temples. Pallu of this Drape has the Konark wheel motif- the signature Odisha architectural marvel, surrounded by peacocks, butterflies, flowers motifs .The main attraction of these sarees are the large Ikat temple designs woven along the borders.
In this saree the tie & die technique is used to create motifs in it, giving an elegant and classy look to the saree. The highpoint of these sarees is the traditional craftsmanship of the 'Bandhakala', the tie-dye art reflected in their intricate weaves. In this technique, the threads are first tie-dyed and later woven into a fabric, with the entire process taking many weeks.This handwoven saree is in the combination of maroon & black. Kargil cotton saree is a traditional handloom mercerized ikat cotton saree from the weavers of Nuapatana in Odisha.These sarees have threads coming out on the palla and it is a sign of pure handloom saree, not a DEFECT.
SKU :- TCB-KS3-CV1
- Length : 5.3 metres (approx)
- Width - 45"
- Blouse fabric : NO
Wash Instructions: Dry clean only/hand wash separately in cold water
Variations in color and patterns are inherent characteristics of handloom products and are not defects.
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