Kotpad Weaves are a type of handloom weaving that originates from Kotpad village in the Koraput district of Odisha, India. The weavers of Kotpad use natural dyes and fibers to create unique and traditional designs on cotton and silk fabrics. The weavers use indigenous materials such as Aul (Indian Madder), Harida (Turmeric), Kendu (Cochineal), and Gundi (Rust) for dyeing the yarns.
The Kotpad weaves are known for their unique colors, textures, and designs. The natural dyes used in the weaving process give the fabrics a distinct earthy and rustic look. The motifs and designs used in Kotpad weaves are usually inspired by nature and tribal art, and often feature geometric patterns, human figures, and animals.
At Utkaladitri, we offer a stunning collection of Kotpad handloom weaves that are handcrafted by skilled weavers. Our collection includes a range of fabrics such as sarees, dress materials, and dupattas, in a variety of colors and designs. So, if you’re looking for a unique and traditional handloom fabric, Kotpad weaves are a great choice!