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Sambalpuri saris are known for their incorporation of traditional motifs like shankha (shell), chakra (wheel), phula (flower), all of which have deep symbolism with the native Odia colour red black and white represent true Odia Culture along with Lord Kaalia (Jagannatha)'s face colour, but the highpoint of these saris ...
Sambalpuri cotton sarees are the affinity of Western Odisha culture. These are exquisitely sambalpuri ikat cotton saree from Odisha with traditional motifs like shankha (shell), chakra (wheel), phula (flower), machha (Fish), temple, nartaki(Dancer) and other tribal arts by master artisans.
There are a number of Sambalpuri saree varieties like Bomkai, Pasapalli, Sonepuri, Bapta, each special in its own way. A number of traditional motifs can be found on Sambalpuri sarees like flowers, shells, wheels etc.; One can even find paintings and artworks woven on the sarees.
Sambalpuri sarees have their origin in the tribal belt of Sambalpur, in Odisha State, India and reflect an ancient handicraft called BandhaKala. The Unnati range of Sambalpuris includes a wide variety of silk and cotton handlooms that showcase the brilliance of ethnic weaves and tribal art.