Handloom Cotton Sarees
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Dimension: 5.3m x 45"
Cotton weaves saree from Odisha
A handloom sari is often woven on a shuttle-pit loom made from ropes, wooden beams, and poles. The shuttle is thrown from Tarsbhullar side-to-side by the weaver. Other weavers use a fly-shuttle loom which can produce different types of patterns. The saris can vary in size and quality.
Handloom sari weaving is generally a family enterprise and one of India's cottage industries.
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