Orissa Handloom :

Handloom product made of Orissa cotton, which has a unique style and color. The product consists of Sarees, Dress Materials, Bed covers, Cushion covers, Elegant Dupatta and Strolls.

Sambalpur ( Western Orissa) is the land of a unique handloom product on cloth. The Sambalpuri cloth is warp and weft and tie-dyed before weaving. The style consist of the tradition of like Shankha (shell), Chakra (wheel), phulla (flower) with deep symbolism, but the highpoint of these cloths are traditional craftsmanship of the 'Bandhakala', the tie-dye art reflected in their intricate weaves, also known as Sambalpuri " Ikkat”. In this technique, the threads are first tie-dyed and later woven into a fabric, with entire process taking many weeks.

A popular wear of India’s earlier prime minister late India Gandhi. A right mix of style and tradition has always kept sambalpur cotton in a different league.

The different type of sambalpuri sarees are,

1. Saptapad Saree: The oldest form of sambalpuri tie and dye hand woven      textile.

2. Bapta Saree: A traditional tussar saree for urban elegant

3. Pasapali & Bomkai: Other variant of sambalpuri sarees


The Orissa Handloom bouquet of products like Sarees, Dress Materials, Dupatas, Bed covers etc. are available with the varieties for right selection. The picks are from the place, where the weaving takes place.

Handmade Jewellery :

Handmade junk Jewellery for daily fashion. Low priced and positioned for the daily fashion. The jewelleries are for all age and class.

The biggest USP of the product is its style and unique look. The similar products available in the market are in mass scale, so have similar look and style. These jewelleries are made in a small scale and are different than each other.


Low priced, but elegant looking jewellery.

Orissa handlooms start from the range of Rs 300
Hand made jewellery start from the range of Rs 25

Delivery method:
Through exhibition from IDOBRO