Nuapatna Silk- One of the oldest heritage weaves of our state of Odisha. Traditional Nuaptna Silks were primarily Khandua and complimenting designs like Tarabali, Nabakothi, Sachipar, etc weaved in Nuaptana Ikat technique, which is Weft Ikat designs. However, with the change in taste of buyers, and to suit contemporary market designs, many new and modern motifs are being introduced, designed, and weaved. Weavers too have become more accommodative to meet consumer demands. Not to forget, traditional Geetagobinda Khandua has been used as the Angavastra of our deity Lord Jagannath and his siblings from time immemorial
Samballpuri Silk- The Splendours of Odisha Weaves
These Curvilinear Ikat are known for their intricate Bandha Kala or Tie-Dye. Weaved across the districts of Western Odisha, primarily Sonepur, Sambalpur, Bargarh, Boudh etc by the Bhuliya or Meher community.
Traditional Ikats in finest Silks, Pasapali, Bichitrapuri, Utkal Lakshmi, Ashwini etc are different varieties of Sambalpuri Bandhakala style, made both in Silk as well as Cotton yarns