A unique way to showcase your traditional Sambalpuri Bandha, this Black and Red  Sambalpuri Bandha silk saree draws attention for it's UNIQUE Boita Bandana , fish  motifs.♥️🖤 A contemporary design, this piece is a BRAND NEW addition to our contemporary Sambalpuri collection. It has band work ( ikat work) all over the body, creating an interesting pattern. 


Boita Bandāna also known as Dangā Bhasā, is a traditional Odia maritime and naval festival celebrated annually throughout Odisha,India. The name could be translated as "to float ritual boats and worshipping with lighted lamp" and comes from the tradition of making decorated boats, which are then floated on a river as a symbolic gesture of their ancestors' voyage.

Boita Bandana takes place in the early morning of Karthik Purnima which is the full moon day in the month Kartika in the traditional Odia calendar.


Sambalpuri Sarees, known for their character that is hard to ignore, the design that is sure to steal some gazing and pattern that will make the statement. Moreover, it reflects the original style of local art and craft, and also the inspiration of the weaver. 


The traditional craftsmanship of the ‘Bandhakala’, the Tie-dye art reflected in their intricate weaves, also known as Sambalpuri “Ikat”. In this technique, the threads are first tie-dyed and later woven into a fabric, with the entire process taking many weeks.


This beautiful saree is a rare piece and a completely NEW take on Sambalpuri Bandha. It can be worn on any special event paired with some contemporary tribal or oxidised jewellery to modernise the entire look.      

It comes with a blouse piece which matches the anchal of the beautiful saree. Length - 5.5 metres, Width - 47 inches.

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