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Chetaki – Gollabama Buta Cotton Saree
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Gollabama sarees are made in Siddipet, Telangana, India. These cotton sarees are popular for their inlay figure work and motifs.
Combination: Saree with attached blouse in a contrast colour.
Length: 6.2 Metres.
Actual colors may be slightly different from what you see on your screen, as they vary from screen to screen.
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Nostalgia seeps through checked patterns and bold stripes when old traditions are braided into cotton yardages reviving the faded threads of the past with blossoming colours of present. Wrap these cotton sarees born out of diverse cultures and dive deep into their old school traditions.
Gollabama sarees are woven in the Siddipet region of Telangana. The sarees get their name from the unique inlay technique and motif of the gollabhama, milkmaid. The motifs are said to have been inspired by the charm of the women of the golla, cattle-rearing community, dressed in their brightly hued skirts and veils carrying pots of milk and curd.
The saree is often in a single colour dotted with small gollabhama butas throughout the fabric, while the larger intricate motifs are showcased on the border and, or pallu. Typically, three motifs are used for saree designs viz. Gollabhama, Bathukamma and Kolatam, with Gollabhama being the most commonly used.
|Dimensions||40 × 20 × 5 cm|