Black-Red Pure Silk Saree - Six Yard Story
Black-Red Pure Silk Saree - Six Yard Story
Black-Red Pure Silk Saree - Six Yard Story
Black-Red Pure Silk Saree - Six Yard Story
Black-Red Pure Silk Saree - Six Yard Story

Black-Red Pure Silk Handloom Saree


Regular price ₹ 11,900 Save Liquid error (snippets/product-template line 160): Computation results in '-Infinity'%
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“Life continuously shoots arrows at you; to survive, be flexible and be on the move because rigid and fixed targets are the easiest targets!” (Mehmet Murat Ildan)

The arrow design on this saree pays tribute to Odisha’s indigenous tribes and their ancient cultures which have survived the test of time. This unique black and red saree is made just for you – the trendsetter, the rule breaker and the woman of today.



Fabric: Handwoven fine twisted tram silk

Color and Design: Black and red with arrow design

Blouse Piece: Does not include blouse piece

While every effort is made to present the sarees in their natural colours, subtle variations between images and actual colours may be the result of lighting conditions and digital photography, and the colour/screen settings of your digital devices.

Slight irregularities are inherent to the process of creating traditional handwoven fabric. Instead of taking away from the beauty of the saree, they enhance its uniqueness and charm. The irregularities attest to the fact that the saree is a genuine, handcrafted product.


Other Details:

Product Code: SYSODI-7

Product: Women’s Handloom Saree

MRP: Rs. 11,900.00 inclusive of all taxes

Net Qty: 1

Marketed By: Six Yard Story Private Limited, Registered address - D-3 901, The Legend, Sector 57, Gurgaon 122002

Manufactured By: Local artisans from different clusters across India for Six Yard Story Private Limited

Country Of Origin: India

Customer Care: E-mail -, +91-9311614449

Heritage and Origin

Khandua, also known as Ikat, is a traditional Odiya weave famous for its exquisite craftsmanship and depiction of Bandha art. The use of motifs depicting human and natural forms, flora and fauna, temple architecture and geometrical patterns enhances its appeal. Weavers use threads of raw silk and twist them together in order to obtain flawless silk yarns also called Tram. Award-winning weavers in Odisha have been reimagining weaving and dyeing techniques to keep this art form alive and, in the process, preserve India’s timeless culture.

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