GiTAGGED Natural Dyed Yellow Kotpad Cotton Stole

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Kotpad Handloom

Vegetable-dyed fabric woven in pitlooms by Tribal communities located in Villages around Kotpad town of Koraput District, Orissa, India; The raw material for Organic dyes is made from the bark of the Old Aul tree, which is unique and not practiced anywhere in India.

Product Details

Fabric Cotton
Weave Pit loom
Colours Natural & Organic
Measurements L – 2.68M, W – 0.54M

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GiTAGGED Natural Dyed Yellow Kotpad Cotton Stole


Kotpad Handloom is a vegetable-dyed fabric woven in pit looms by the tribal communities located in the villages surrounded by the dense forest of Malkangiri and Umerkote of the Koraput District. The Eco-friendly Kotpad fabric is used for centuries as bridal wear of the tribal communities. The fabric being eco-friendly, adorned with beautiful traditional motifs is truly a heritage craft of Orissa and a remarkable cultural history of Indian Handlooms.

  • Cotton sarees with solid border and Pata Anchal, dupatta with typical Buties / motifs, handloom stoles, and dress materials are all dyed with organic dyes.
  • The natural dye is produced from the Aul tree which is probably not found in any part of the country.
  • The fabric is very comfortable to wear during summer and winter.
  • Since it is prepared out of natural resources which are non-toxic, the dye is not harmful to the skin.
  • The motifs used on the fabric are conch, boat, axes, crab, bow, temple, fish, and fan. The motifs reflect the centuries-old culture of the tribal communities of the region.

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    Additional information

    Period of Origin

    3rd Century

    Country of Origin


    Geographical Region


    GI Application No.


    GI Status Awarded


    GI Product of India


    Handwoven By

    Shri Parashuram

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