Habaspuri is a cotton-based traditional handloom textile from Odisha that is said to have been initiated by the Kondha weavers of Chicheiguda in the Kalahandi district. The Habasapuri style of weaving is influenced by the age old tribal traditions of Kalahandi. The speciality of this saree is that the extra warp temple motifs are arranged longitudinally on the border. The anchal/pallu has extra weft designs consisting of local motifs like “kumbha” (temple), fish and flowers etc. The saree is woven on pit or frame looms fitted with a dobby.