MEKHELA SADOR is the commonly worn traditional attire of the women in Assam, in North-east India. Mekhela Sador's wearing style resembles a 'Saree" without being a saree itself. This is a two-piece attire (MEKHELA + SADOR).
"MEKHELA" is the long and large cylindrical cloth, resembling a skirt. It is folded into pleats and tucked in at the waist. The pleats are folded to the right unlike the saree pleats which are folded to the left.
"SADOR" is a long length of cloth; one end worn from the shoulder, the other end draped around the body and tucked into the waist along with Mekhela.
Traditional Assamese motifs are spaced out differently on the brown coloured Mekhela and the green coloured Sador. The contrast in colours of Mekhela and Sador blend beautifully to make an exquisite attire for any special occasion. This piece is designed and handwoven by traditional weavers from Assam, in North-east India.
Length and Width of Mekhela: 2.4 meters and 0.914 meter
Length and Width of Sador: 2.75 meters and 0.965 meter
Blouse Piece: Available
Since this is handwoven, there may be slight variations in size. Product colour may slightly vary due to photographic lighting.