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Katki Cotton

Originally from Cuttack, Odisha, Katki is a variant of the Sambalpuri Ikat weave.

Katki cotton is greatly influenced by Lord Jagannath, a popular deity in Odisha, and frequently displays temple borders, mythological designs and the traditional colors of Jagannath. A typical Katki cotton weave has checks on the body with either plain or elaborate borders.

Odisha is a state located in the east of India, known for its rich and varied culture. This region has produced many beautiful textiles and gorgeous handicrafts which are admired the world over for their complicated execution and delicate finish.

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