Thursday, 30 January 2014

Wonderful Bomkai cotton saree online

Wonderful Bomkai cottonsaree online:
Bomkai is a tribal village, situated in the Ganjam district of Orissa, famed for its Bomkai Sarees in Silk and Cotton. This ethnic fabric was once worn only during rites and religious functions. The exclusive Bomkai Saris employ the ikat style of tie-dye, where the threads are dyed with contrasting colours before they are woven. Motifs are woven with a special extra weft’ technique. This traditional art uses vegetable dyes to a large extent. Black, yellow, orange, maroon, are the preferred hues. Bright coloured panels with extra motifs on a highly contrasting background make this tribal art fabric uniquely stand out.  

Motif patterns commonly adorning the fabric are bitter gourd, the atasi flower, the kanti-phul or small flower, peacocks and birds, Konark temple, conches. The initial or large motif known as Buttah, such a bird sitting on a tree, is woven on the body. This accentuates the fabric look. The smaller motifs decorate the borders and pallu, and have pomegranate seeds, Saara seeds and temple spires as popular subjects.      

A special method of cutting warp ends of a colour and re-tying them to different coloured warp ends, known as ‘muha-johra’ is used to create a dense layer of colours at the end piece (pallu) of the Saree.Bomkai sarees, also known as Sonepuri saris, are available in cotton and silk fabrics. Bomkai Silk Saris have been influenced by Pure Tribal art silk, and are embroidered with temple spire patterns on the border. 

Some of these sarees have contrast pallu and extra motifs on the background as animal prints, geometric designs, birds, elephant and flowers. The Bomkai Silk saree resembles the ikkat designed Sambalpuri sari. This design in four colors, such as red, green, white and blue, can be identified by animals, birds, conch shells and Konark temple patterns.Richly coloured with elegant prints and embroidered borders and pallu, Bomkai Silk Sarees are apt for traditional functions, weddings, as bridal attire, for festivals and other special occasions. 

BomkaiCotton Saris with striking colours, contrast pallu and extra motifs on the background such as geometric designs, birds, elephant, flower, dombaru (hour glass shaped drum, Shanka, Peacock and fish are attractive, finding good use as daily casual, college, corporate and office wear.The black and light grey with green bomkai cotton sari has alternate black and light grey horizontal bands with zari embroidered buttis and a green patch border on the blouse.

The plain green cotton sari is a fitting contrast. The green cotton sari has a white floral embroidered border and blackhorizontal stripes on it. This pleasant piece would do for office, festivals, social events and even casual outings.The bomkai cotton sari has a unique feature, this fabric goes with any Indian woman. The nice cotton sari that originally prefer by Indian woman. The orange colour bomkai cotton sari has cut work and green block prints along with chamki work on the blouse. The sari is an orange self colour floral affair in block prints. The orange with brown and red floral prints at the ends makes it a stylish combination. This piece would work well for almost any occasion.

Unnati Silks, has trendy designs, attractive patterns, in pleasing colours and combinations in its wide collection of bomkai cotton salwar suits and Sarees, at very reasonable prices.

Unnati is one of the largest Indian ethnic online websites with over 300 varieties oftraditional sarees and salwar kameez.Dispatch is within 24 hours of order. Free delivery & COD is provided for retail.Worldwide express shipping caters to almost all countries across the world.
UNNATI SILK PRINTS PVT. LTD, #3-4-360, Vajra Complex, General Bazar (Tobacco Bazar), M.G.Road, Hyderabad-500003.AP,India. 040-64555251 or 97000 57744.

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