Hand patachitra saree is a type of traditional saree that originates from the eastern state of Odisha in India. Patachitra is a Sanskrit word which means "cloth painting". The sarees are made using a traditional method of painting on cotton or silk fabric, where the artist draws intricate designs and motifs with a stylus before filling them in with vibrant colors.
The designs on the saree typically depict scenes from Hindu mythology, folktales, and local customs and traditions. The artists use natural dyes to create the vivid colors on the saree, which gives it a unique, earthy feel. The sarees are known for their intricate detailing, vivid colors, and unique designs, making them a popular choice among women who appreciate traditional handcrafted textiles.
The hand patachitra saree is not just a piece of clothing but also a work of art that reflects the rich cultural heritage of Odisha. These sarees are often worn during weddings, festivals, and other auspicious occasions, and are considered a symbol of elegance, beauty, and tradition. They make for a stunning addition to any wardrobe and are sure to make a statement at any event.
- Saree dimensions: 5.6 m
- Height 47 inch
- Material : Begampuri cotton
- Color: White
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