Sambalpuri Saree : It is a customary handwoven Ikkat sari or saree where in the twist and the weft are creatively colored before weaving. It is created in the Bargarh, Sonepur, Sambalpur, Balangir area, Boudh District of Odisha. The saree is a conventional female piece of clothing in the Indian Subcontinent comprising of a portion of unstitched material extending from four to nine meters long that is hung over the body in different styles .
Kotpad Sarees : Kotpad is a place , a piece headquarter on the guests of Chattisgarh and Odisha in Koraput region ,around 80Km from Koraput region headquarter .While this is well known for kotpad sarees , the place is additionally acclaimed rice and craftsmanship and art The kotpad sarees have expedited more noteworthy consideration the place . The weavers sew the dress materials utilizing common color to shading them . The color is produced using the concentrates from the underlying foundations of a tree.
Nuapatna Saree : Nuapatna is celebrated for Khandua Silk and Ikat sarees.
Bomkai saree : Bomkai saree is named after a residential community Bomkai where it is Produced .Unlike Sambalpuri Sarees , these sarees additionally have touches of ikat work. Bomkai sarees highlight crochet adornment outskirts and pallu.
Bapta Saree : Bapta is fundamentally a plan of the celebrated Sambalpuri sari. The inventiveness of the saris is its `Baandha` or `Ikat`. This a strategy of splash-color of yarns by which you infer at a settled example.
Odisha IKAT Sarees : There are distinctive IKAT Sarees however Odisha ikat silk saris have fine check silk yarns, ordinarily metallic complete and colored to flawlessness. The indigenously acquired silk yarns are most appropriate for these saris and have an incredible wrap up.
Pasapalli Saree : Pasapalli is one of the few variations of Sambalpuri sari. Pasapalli sari is a hand woven sari made of silk texture and has an excellent and restrictive `aanchal`. Pasapalli sari is woven basically in places like Sonepur, Barpali and Baunshri.
Khandua saree : Khandua sari , “The pride of Odisha “is a well known sari made of silk. The saree is weaved in Nuapatna, in the locale of Cuttack. This Khandua sari is utilized by Lord Jagannath of Puri Dham a standout amongst the most favorable place for Hindus. An extremely antiquated progress however, the sari is given to the Lord from sixteenth century, as the conviction goes. Be that as it may, its beginning goes back to the twelfth century.