🍁 Woven in Mulberry Silk by a talented weaver from Sonepur, inspired from The Jagannath Temple. The whole process started last year and it took more than 6 months to conceptualize the design, set the loom and bringing it to life.

🍁 The saree is grand and exquisite which deceipts the culture, tradition and hertiage of Odisha.

🍁 The Jagannath Temple is an important Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Jagannath. It is one of the Char Dham pilgrimage sites.

🍁 The Pallu of the saree has lotus motifs, it has one of the traditional and Popular Delicacies of Orissa is the Mahaprasad (Avada)- the holy food served to Lord Jagannath as bhog. It has Jagannath Temple with Nilachakra - (blue wheel) is the wheel mounted on the top of the Jagannath Temple on top of it. On top of Nilachakra there is a flag knowns as Patitapaban Bana. The word Patitapaban is the combination of two Odiya language words Patita + Paban. The word Patita means fallen and Paban means purifier. Bana is an Odiya language word. It means Flag. The Lord Jagannath purifies the fallen souls/ peoples. It also has dancing lady motifs known as Nartaki.

🍁 The body has small temple motifs all over the body and border is broad and woven first time with elephant motifs.

Comes with blouse piece.