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କୋଟପାଡ଼ ହସ୍ତତନ୍ତ ବସ୍ତ୍ର କୋଟପାଡ଼ ହାତକଳା ଏକ Kotpad Handloom is a vegetable Dyed Fabric woven by the tribal weavers of the 'Mirgan' Community of Kotpad village in Koraput district, Odisha.
କୋଟପାଡ଼ ହସ୍ତତନ୍ତ ବସ୍ତ୍ର The `Mirgan` Community of Kotpad is famous for their exquisite organic dyed textile. They usually weave this textile for 'Bhotada','Dharua' and other motifs of their neighboring tribal communities.
କୋଟପାଡ଼ ହସ୍ତତନ୍ତ ବସ୍ତ୍ର Cotton Sarees with solid border and Pata Anchal, Duppatta with typical Buties / Motives, Scolrfs on Cotton, Silk, Handloom Stoles and dress materials all are dyed with organic dyes are manufactured. The natural dye is manufactured from the 'Aul' tree grown in this area.
ଓଡ଼ିଶା ଇକତ This silk has been registered for protection under the Geographical indication of the Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) agreement. In 2007, it was listed as "Orissa Ikat" under the GI Act 1999 of the Government of India with registration confirmed by the Controller General of Patents Designs and Trademarks under Classes 23, 24 and 25 as Yarn and Threads Tied and Dyed for Textile use, Textile and Textile Goods, and Clothing respectively vide application number 22.
ଓଡ଼ିଶା ଇକତ ଓଡ଼ିଶା ଇକତ, ଭାରତୀୟ ଭୌଗଳିକ ସଂକେତ ଭାବେ ଭାରତ ସରକାରଙ୍କଠାରେ ୨୦୦୯ରୁ ପଂଜିକୃତ ହୋଇଛି ଏହାର ସ୍ବତନ୍ତ୍ର ବୁଣାଶୈଳୀ ପାଇଁ ଓଡ଼ିଶା ବାନ୍ଧ ଭାବେ ପରିଚିତ It is called "Bandha" for the method involves adopting warp and weft threads by tie-dyed process to create the design on the loom during the stage of weaving. It is unlike any other ikat woven in the rest of the country because of the design process adopted, which is termed as "poetry on the loom." This unique design is in vogue at only the western and eastern regions in Orissa and of similar designs practiced by community groups called the Bhulia, Kostha Asani, and Patara. Ikat's equivalent usage in Malay language is "mengikat" which means "to tie or to bind". The fabric gives a striking bounded by curved line appearance. The sari made out of this fabric has bands of brocades in the borders and at also the ends called "anchal" or "pallu". Its forms are made purposefully to resemble a plume giving it a “hazy and fragile” appearance.
ଓଡ଼ିଶା ଇକତ The pattern on the silk fabric is evolved through dying the warp and waft threads (yarns of very fine quality) prior to the weaving process which is unlike in other methods where the yarns in various colurs are woven. It also does not adopt the printing technique. In this process, cloth of other material are interspersed at specific locations on the loop of yarn. The dye liquor is absorbed by the yarn and then the dyed yarn is taken out of the dying process. The simple way of dying it is only once by binding the yarns in any fashion. However, in this method, the product looks spotted. But the detailed designs are created by dying the yarn in an eight stage process of tying and dyeing, which is done by skilled craftmen, at a very high cost. This method gives the Ikat its special status. It is also the practice to tie the weft and occasionally the warps to suit the patterns to get colour to the untied part. More colours are added by repeating the process of tying and dying on previously coloured parts and this way many colours are added to give the fabric a very bright and distinct shade.