Bomkai - Originated from a small village called Bomkai in Ganjam district, South Odisha (woven mainly on coarse cotton). The different types of motifs used are Kanthiphula, atasi flower, bitter gourd flower, fly, birds, peacock, fish lotus, damru etc in geometrical forms. Some of the border motifs used are rows of kumbha (temple spires). These designs are developed in late 80’s around Sonepur (Western Odisha) on finer cotton & silk with numerous buta/buti design- nowadays the main focus point of Odisha handloom sarees. These are woven keeping warp stretched and extended while weft threads interwoven within it. “Dobby”, “Jaala”, “Jacquard” technique is used for this. Prominent designs include Dancing doll, chariot, tree, horse, duck, tortoise, fish, buta/buti, boita (boat), creepers etc. This is a stunning Odisha Swarnalata Doll Bomkai Double Border Silk Saree, in which full body has small dolls and flowers and pallu has the most amazing and rich extra weft with Doll Bandha work!