• Ganjam Bomkai Handloom Cotton Saree
  • Ganjam Bomkai Handloom Cotton Saree
  • Ganjam Bomkai Handloom Cotton Saree

Ganjam Bomkai Handloom Cotton Saree

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"The name Bomkai originates from a village in Ganjam district of Odisha and weaves from this part area prized possession in all Odia households. The light weight cotton weave is perfect for regular wear and the silk ones, with their shine and shimmer, are worn for special occasions. In fact, no Odia marriage is complete without a Bomkai. The traditional belief system of the weavers is depicted in the border of the saree. However, the most alluring part of this weave is its thread work in the designs of border and pallu displaying plants, birds, elephants, temples, flowers, figures and geometric patterns. Tribal simplicity in its purest form – Bomkai weaves were originally produced with low count cotton yarn dyed in intense colour giving a coarse and heavy look to the finished product. "
Country of Origin: India
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The origin of the extra-weft technique popularly known as bomkai was in the Bomkai village in Ganjam district of Odisha. The attractiveness of this design was heightened by the motifs and patterns. Nirguna has been successful in motivating few weavers in selected villages of Ganjam district to get back to the traditional weaving techniques.The objective of this specific one time project was to create new motifs, patterns and designs, traditional yet having a contemporary touch.

Data Sheet
Dimension6.2 metres*1.15 metres
Care1. Dry Clean only 2. Do not bleach
Blouse PieceIncluded


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