Nabakothi Weaves are a type of handloom weaving that originates from the Nabarangpur district in the southern region of Odisha, India. The Nabakothi Weaves are characterized by their intricate designs, vibrant colors, and unique weaving techniques.
The weavers of Nabakothi use a variety of materials such as silk, cotton, and jute to create the fabrics. They use the Jamdani weaving technique, which involves weaving the designs and patterns into the fabric by hand, resulting in a highly intricate and detailed fabric. The motifs and designs used in Nabakothi weaves often depict natural elements such as flowers, animals, and birds, and also depict tribal art forms and geometric patterns.
At Utkaladitri, we offer a beautiful collection of Nabakothi handloom weaves that are handcrafted by skilled artisans. Our collection includes a range of fabrics such as sarees, dress materials, and dupattas, in a variety of vibrant colors and intricate designs. The unique and beautiful patterns of Nabakothi weaves make them a popular choice among those who love traditional handloom fabrics.