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Sonepuri Sari

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Sonepuri Sari

Sonepuri Saree or Bomkai saree

Sonepuri Sari or Bomkai Sari is produced by the “Bhulia” community of Subarnapur district of Orissa, India. In particular, the famous sari designs Bomkai are the traditional designs that was produced in the village named Bomkai of Ganjam district of Orissa. During the time of Ramai Dev the then ruler of Patna it was introduced in Sonepur.Sonepur handloom sarees, Sonepuri paatas and silk sarees are popular items displayed at various fashion shows.[1]


  • Invention of Bomkai Sari 1
  • Sonepuri Sari and Abhishek-Aishwarya weeding 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Invention of Bomkai Sari

Bomkai Sari.[2]

Sonepuri Sari and Abhishek-Aishwarya weeding

The Sonepuri Sari called Radhakunja was a great attraction in the wedding of Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai.[3] The PTI reported that three Sonepuri Sari were designed by master craftsman Chaturbhuja Meher at Sonepur and supplied to the Bachchans.[4]

See also


  1. ^ Hunt for handloom brand ambassador
  2. ^ Kailash Chandra Meher
  3. ^ Ash-Abhi Wedding
  4. ^ Bollywood News : Aishwarya arrives at 'Prateesha'

External links

  • Sonepur Handloom Cluster
  • Handloom Sonepur Silk Sarees
  • bomkai silk
  • sambalpuri and sonepuri patta saree
  • Deal inked with national brands to promote state products

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