A traditional handwoven cotton saree was woven by the weavers of the village of Nuapatna in Odisha. The village of Nuapatna is famous for its handwoven traditional mercerised cotton sarees and the tie-dye technique to create motifs on the saree is its speciality. This saree is commonly known as Kargil saree. Grey and french plum colour yarns used to weave this saree. It has temple design woven on the body with stripe patterns and ikat temple motifs woven on border. Ikat konark wheel motif woven on the pallu.
Warp X Weft- Cotton X Cotton
Length X Width- 5.50 meters X 1.14 meters Blouse: Not available.
Color hues may slightly vary from that which appears in the image.
Special Instructions :
*Suggested dry cleaning
*Do not squeeze or wring
*Dry on clean horizontal surface under shade
*Store in clean, dry place away from insects, dust, excessive light and moisture.