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Sachipar Silk

Sachipar is a Sambalpuri sari from Odisha. Checked patterns are its highlight. They provide a classy, power dressing statement as they are understated and bold at the same time. It has been a favorite of many aristocrats in India.

The signature style of Sachipar saris are the woven checks. The pallu (decorated end of a sari that hangs loose when worn) is arranged in horizontal lines with motifs filling up the space in between. Lines alternating with a variety of motifs are the signature of the classic Odisha textiles.

Related Weaves

Baha Cotton

Baha cotton is one of the Tant saris made in the state of West Bengal, India.

Udupi Cotton

The Udupi sari, which is handwoven and dyed using hank yarn, is the major traditional textile manufactured in the Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts of Karnataka.

Korial Benarasi

Korial comes from the Bengali word “kora” that means plain, white or simply, spotless. Typically, a Korial sari has two categories, the Garad-Korial and the Korial-Benarasi sari.

Sanganeri Block Prints

Named after the village of Sanganer in Rajasthan, Sanganeri prints are deeply reminiscent of ancient, exquisitely landscaped baugs (gardens).