Nuapatna and Khandua are two types of handloom weaving techniques that are native to the state of Odisha in India. These weaving techniques are used to create beautiful sarees and fabrics that are admired by people all over the world.
The Nuapatna weaving technique involves the use of cotton yarn to create fabrics that are lightweight, airy, and easy to wear. The fabrics are usually decorated with intricate designs and patterns using traditional motifs like flowers, animals, and geometric shapes. The fabrics are available in a range of colors and designs, making them suitable for different occasions.
The Khandua weaving technique, on the other hand, is used to create silk sarees that are adorned with intricate patterns and designs. The sarees are made using fine quality silk yarn that is handwoven by skilled artisans using traditional weaving techniques. The sarees are known for their rich texture, vibrant colors, and intricate designs that reflect the rich cultural heritage of Odisha.
At Utkaladitri, we offer a beautiful collection of Nuapatna and Khandua handloom products. Our products are handcrafted by skilled artisans using the finest quality materials, and each piece is unique in its own way. We take pride in showcasing the best of Odisha’s handloom products, and our Nuapatna and Khandua weaves are no exception. So, explore our collection today and add a touch of tradition to your wardrobe!