Khandua Saree is one of the most fashionable customary of Odisha, India which is manufactured in Nuapatna, Cuttack District. This Saree devoted to Lord Jagannatha that’s why rightly called the Pride of Odisha. Khandua Saree is the finest example of hand weaving. Khandua is also known as Ikat. Khandua is traditionally red or orange in colour. The red colour is prepared naturally from the Shorea robusta (Sal Tree), the Saree available in few colour like red, yellow, maroon and cream. The most elegant part of Saree is its borders and anchal. The outline of the anchal is filled with elephant or lotus and contrasting diversity. This Saree wore by women on wedding and worship occasion. The Saree can be seen being utilized by all the Odissi Artist. Khandua Saree has achieved the universal market. The visual impact of the Sarees is charming and broadly valued by specialists. In India it is known as the most fascinating piece of the Saree and makes a lady look magnificent and facile.