Sage Green Lord Jagannath Four Gates Tussar Silk Saree
Please scroll down to read saree details. This is a 100% custom made handloom saree made exclusively by our weavers on order. Hence please allow 1-2 months for delivery. Please note that shipping within India is free of charge. For our overseas customers, we are delighted to offer a special international shipping flat fee of $25 (USD) irrespective of the number of sarees purchased.
The start of the pallu has three chariots of Ratha Yatra (Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhdra). The chakra in the saree are the chariots wheels. In the middle of the pallu has Lord Jagannath temple. Coming down the Pallu further, are the 4 gates of the Jagannath temple and in the centre, an image of the temple itself. The outer wall of Lord Jagannath Temple has gates openings for the devotees in the four direction. These four gates are represented by the four animals. In the east there is lion and hence called lion’s gate or sinhadwar. In the west there is tiger hence tiger’s gate or Vyaghradwar. In the north, there is elephant and hence called as elephant’s gate or Hastidwar. In the south, there is horse and hence horse’s gate or Ashvadwar.
This beautiful saree is a rare piece and a completely NEW take on Gopalpur Tussar Silk Saree. 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. Length - 5.5 metres, Width - 47 inches.
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For silk sarees - Dry clean
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- Iron Care: Light iron.
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