Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Orissa Ikat Saris- Commercials and Value Chain

This is as per diagnostic study conducted by the Government:

The following types of Saris are studied:

1. Double Ikat Cotton (of 2/120s cotton) or "Sakta" or "Passa Palli" saris
2. Sambalpuri Cotton Single Ikat Saris ( of 2/120s to 2/80s)
3. Tussar silk/Bafta (Cotton+ Tussar) saris

Mostly, pit looms of up to 52” – 56” inches are being used in the cluster in which Dobbys of
4 to 12 hooks are used for borders. Nearly 70 – 80% of the looms of the cluster have a
dobby attachment

Value Chain Analysis

· Raw material accounts for 28.6% in single Ikat Sambalpuri sari and 47.2% in Cotton / Silk ‘Bafta’ sari with respect to Cost Price
· For single Ikat Sambalpuri sari, app 18% of value (with respect to cost price) is added in tying and dying stage
· Value addition is mainly at the weaving stage (47.2% both in Single Ikat Sambalpuri Sari and 47.1% in Cotton / Silk ‘Bafta’ Sari) with respect to cost price
-Dyeing & Sizing provide nearly 5.5% value to the cost of the sari.
· Marketing mark ups add up to 10% and 22% respectively on the cost price of sari.

Loom Productivity

1. In 5 days 11 metres of kurta fabric  is produced in 1 loom.
2.  In 2 days 10 metre of Salwar is produced in 1 loom.
3. In 3 days 10 metre of dupattas is produced in 1 loom.
4. Silk Sari: In 5 days 1 sari is produced in 1 loom
5. Cotton Single Ikat Sari: In 8 days 2 saris are produced in 1 loom
6. Cotton Double Ikat Sari: In 10 days 2 saris are produced in 1 loom.


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