Bomkai Sari (also Sonepuri Sari) (Odia: ସୋନପୁରୀ ସାଢୀ)is a handloom saree from Odisha, India. It is an origin of Bomkai, Ganjam district in the state and is primarily produced by the “Bhulia” community of Subarnapur district. Bomkai is one of the identified Geographical Indications of India. Sonepur handloom sarees, Sonepuri paatas and silk sarees are popular items displayed at various fashion shows.
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- Hunt for handloom brand ambassador
- Ash-Abhi Wedding
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- Sonepur Handloom Cluster
- bomkai silk
- sambalpuri and sonepuri patta saree
- Deal inked with national brands to promote state products