Sambalpur, an Indian city in the state of Odisha, is the location of the traditional handwoven sarees known as Sambalpur Silk Sarees. The elaborate patterns and decorations on these sarees, which are frequently made using tie-and-dye processes, are well renowned.
The fine silk used to make the sarees comes from various locations around India. The silk is then produced by expert weavers using conventional handlooms.
The elaborate designs on the sarees are made using the tie-and-dye method, which entails tying tiny sections of the fabric with thread and immersing it in dye.