Classic Weaves

Sambalpuri Saree

It is believed that the colours of a Sambalpuriikat never fade. Over the years, the Sambalpuri ikat sarees have become the synonymous with the sarees from Odisha... The motifs inspired by temple architecture, marine elements and nature gives it the distinct identity & also a canvas to the artist to express their creativity. Woven in silk or cotton, SambalpuriIkat uses tie-dyed yarn to create designs on canvases of bright oranges and pinks, yellows and blacks.Bargarh and Sonepur districts are the hubs of Sambalpuri Sarees in Odisha.

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Bomkai Saree

Bomkai Sarees have a heavily designed pallu, generally made using... different coloured threads to give the contrast between the body and the pallu. The weave originated in Ganjam district of Odisha and soon spread to rest of the state. Bright colours , designs and motifs punctuated by dots and solid borders are the distinguishing characteristics of the Bomkai weave.

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'Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication,' said Leonardo Da Vinci... Nothing exemplifies this more than the simple but stunningly sophisticated Kotpad weaves from the Koraput District of Odisha.With Nature as its inspiration, the Kotpad embodies the harmony and elegance of the tribal way of life. Rough in texture, they are dyed with the reddish tinge of the roots of the Indian Madder (Aal) tree. The fabric of Kotpad is unique as it is ecofriendly and nontoxic .

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Trusted Stores

Trusted Stores

Utkalika Odisha State Emporium

Handicrafts are part of Odisha's rich cultural heritage. These are mainly works of art and beauty, designed and shaped by hand with creative imagination of craft-persons from time immortal. ... Odisha was once known as UTKAL a synonym to excellence in the field of arts & crafts. Handicraft and Handloom products were the main stay of maritime trade of Kalinga Empire. Even to-day Odisha handicrafts have a global recognition as objects of great value and beauty. Generations of artisans have worked with superb craftsmanship, innovative techniques and unmatched skill to produce valuable products that carved worldwide identity. Our precious handicrafts are not merely products; they are an integral part of culture, a long heritage link to our glorious past. Recognition of our craft persons at national and International level speaks the excellence of craftsmanship. 129 Master craft persons have got National Award and National Merit Certificate. Three master craft persons have been conferred with Padma award while Shilpi Guru award has been conferred on three reputed craft persons.

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BOYANIKA represents the primary weavers cooperative societies of Odisha. It has served weavers through marketing, input supply, design interventions and mentoring. It has succeeded in popularizing ... the band of 'Odisha Handloom' through its showrooms, participation in national and international exhibitions and by taking up brand building and research & development exercises. Boyanika is synonymous with Total Quality Management, preservation of heritage designs, promotion of new contemporary fabric, promoting national awardees and providing a national & international platform to the weavers of Odisha. Boyanika and its affiliate excite and weavers hold the certificate of handloom mark. Boyanika sell only the best of Odisha Handlooms after each product undergoes through a strict quality control. Products of Boyanika Sarees are Pure Silk Sarees & Silk Product.

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Finery for you

Finery for you

Silver Filigree

Filigree is a unique craft. It has its own intricate design and superb craftsmanship. Cuttack district has a long tradition of meticulous and sophisticated craftsmanship in silver filigree works ... Locally known as "Tarakasi", the silver filigree of Cuttack is famous for its delicateness and intricate workmanship. The art is ancient which has its origin in Persian countries since 15th century. This craft had sufficient patronage during the Moghul period but subsequently suffered for lack of encouragement and marketing facilities. Most of the artisans engaged in the trade had to seek other avenues for their livelihood under difficult conditions. However, the State Govt.'s initative In 1952 to brings the craft into cooperative fold has ameliorated the conditions of the artisans. There are three categories of filigree crafts, such as Rose work, Siko work and Jali work to make filigree articles. The artisans first prepare a frame work for the article by means of a piece of silver wire drawn into thread as fine as a spider's web. Then weave inner textures and set it inside the frame. The whole thing is then fixed on a mica sheet with an indigenous paste and soldered. To give it a finish it is burnt in fire and cleaned in soap nut water. Filigree work is distinguished from other ornaments and jewellery by excellent finish, fine foils, textures and snowy glaze. That is why they are presented to dignitaries had other eminent national & international personalities in an event. Decorative pieces of Lord Krishna's chariot, Konark chakra and variety of other eye catching & spectacular silver ornaments are a craze for the modern fashion loving folk. The invention of machine finish is a threat to the sector, which can be counter balanced by innovative creations of artisans.

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Tribal Jewellery

There are as many as 62 tribes in Odisha having different styles of living. It is seen that the women folk of most of the tribes, wear typical ornaments made out of brass/bell metal/silver/white metals ... made by a particular section of artisans mainly found in Rayagada, Phulbani, Gajapati, Koraput, Nawarangpur & Dhenkanal districts. The significance of this community is that they make varieties of items as per the necessity, design and motif of each ethnic group. Hence their items are culture and community specific. With design intervention the artisan could make wide range of fashion jewellery for the modern society. There is scope for export of such jewellery.

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Souvenirs and Keepsakes

Explore Odisha's art & craft villages


Raghurajpur The patachitra Specialist

The heritage crafts village of Raghurajpur is Odisha's best known for its Pattachitra art.

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Pipli Applique's Origin

Together with Pattachitra and stone craft, the Applique work at the heritage craft village.

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  • Prasanna Kumar Mishra
    Main Market, Angul
    06764 -234649/9937437947
  • Jayananda Sahoo
    Cinema Bazar, Motiganj,Balasore-1
  • Pramod chandra Swain
    Mayuri Complex, Girija Chhak,Ganjam,Berhampur
  • Sudhanidhi Senapati
    Mayuri Complex, Girija Chhak,Ganjam,Berhampur
  • B.K Bharati
    Nehru Market Complex,Town Hall Chhak, Bhadrak
  • Pratap Sahoo
    Near Citizen Public School,Bhawanipatna
  • B.K Pattanaik
    Stadium Square, Baripada
  • A.K Dani
    Boyan Bhawan, Unit - III,Bhubaneswar
  • Prasant kumar Mohanty
    Ekamra Haat, Unit - III,Bhubaneswar
    0674 - 2395383
  • Rabi Narayan Pal
    Biju Patnaik Aiport,Bhubaneswar
  • Karuna kar Rout
    NAC Market,NAC Market, Bolangir
  • Umesh Sahoo
    Buxi Bazar, Cuttack
  • Manguli Sahoo
    Bajrakbati Road, Cuttack
  • Naba Kishore Sahoo
    Netajee Subash Arcade, Jail Road, Cuttack
  • Satish Ch. Chhotray
    Market Complex,Sector - 3, Damanjodi
  • V.S Rao
    Mai Road, Jeypore
  • Padmanava Parida
    Tulasi Bazar, New Bus Stand,Kendrapara
    06727 - 220811/8895801691
  • Bipin Behera
    Daily Market, Keonjhar
  • Pradeep Pattanaik
    Main Market, Khorda
    06755 -220855/9861750062
  • Suratha Sahoo
    Main Road, Koraput
    06852 -250430/9777008941
  • Khudramani Nayak
    Gandhi Chhak, Nawarangpur
    06858 -223036/9556694844
  • Ananda Jena
    Kacheri Road,Nayagarh
    06753 -252950/9853518397
  • Bipin Bihari Mohapatra
    Market Building, Paradeep Port,Paradeep
  • Amulya Sahoo
    Main Road, Phulbani
    06842 - 255511/9777082287
  • J.B Praharaj
    In Front of Bharat Sevashram School, Swargadwar, Puri
  • Puri Pramod Panigrahi
    Neelachal Urban Haat,Backside of Zila School, Puri
  • Madhabananda Biswal
    Main Road, Rairakhol
  • Kumud Ku. Pattanaik
    Shop No.9, NAC Market,Rairangpur
  • I.N Rao
    Gopabandhu Marg, Rayagada
  • A. Barik
    Market Complex, Sector 5, Rourkela
  • Rameswar Tripathy
    Super Market, Udit Nagar, Rourkela
    0661 - 2500339/9853349771
  • Dharanidhar Behera
    Block Market Complex, College Road, Salipur
    0671 - 2351055/9040697010
  • Suresh Ch. Nayak
    Nataraj Market Complex, Sambalpur
  • D.R Parida
    Near Govt. Womens College, Sundergarh
  • Prakash Ch. Patra
    Sector 5 Market Complex, Visakhpatnam
  • J.K Srichandan
    Shop No.29, Kamadhenu Commercial Complex, Panjarapole, Ambawadi, Ahamedabad
  • Suresh Rout
    67/P, Rasabihari Avenue, Jasoda Bhawan No.2, Kolkata
    033 - 24604153/9038962005
  • P.K Swain
    Angana Market, In Front of Jilla Parishad Office,Barasat,Kolkota
  • G. Giri
    G-16, CIT Complex, Dakhinapan, Dhakuria, Kolkata
    033 - 24237452/8444928323/ 8413868681
  • C.R mohanty
    NHDC Civic Centre, Ultadanga, VIP Road, Manikatla, Kolkota
    033 - 23552392/9903733175
  • Binod Bihari Das
    Palika Bazar, Cannaught Place, New Delhi
    011 - 23357523
  • Ghanashyam Das
    Bhikji Cama Place, August Kranti Bhawan, NHDC Complex, New Delhi
    011 - 26171292/8527622586
  • Pramod Kumar Panda
    06762-223244, 9853281552