Odisha Ikat is a kind of Ikat (Resist dyeing technique) originating from the Indian State Odisha. Sambalpuri Saree and fabric woven on handloom and craft known as Bandha (Tye-Dye art) with images of Flora, Fauna or with geometrical patterns. It is also known as Sambalpuri Ikkat Sari because of its traditional craftsmanship of the Bandhakala (Tye- Dye art). It is produced in the Sambalpur, Sonepur, Bargarh, Bolangir and Boudh district of Odisha. Sambalpuri Sari available in various varieties like Sonepuri, Pasapali, Bomkai, Habaspuri, Bichitrapuri, Bapta, Phoda Khumba etc. In Tye- Dye technique the yarns are tied according to the desired patterns to prevent absorption of dyes and then dyed. Khandua is the Weave of the single largest cluster in Odisha at Nuapatna. The Weaves varieties are Nabarangi, Tarabali, Gitagobinda Bastra etc. Common Motifs are Star, temple, conch, rudrakshya, fish, chakra, lotus, swan, peacock, parrot, deer, elephant, horse, lion etc. Single ikat means one out of warp and weft is tied and dyed prior to weaving, giving curvilinear ikat patterns par excellence in the finished weave! ‘Bada’ means big and ‘phula’ means flower in Odia.The designs are reflected almost identically on both side of the fabric. Every color used in the fabric reflects a symbolic concept of the Lord Jagannath culture. The four primary colors used in keeping with this tradition are white, black, yellow, and red, with green added at a later date. These colors are said to denote the past, present, and future, to the Vedas and the Gods. These are available in both Cotton and Silk with variety of colors and traditional design which also reflect the culture of Odisha. Because of its unique design and quality it was registered under Geographical Indications goods act, 1999.