Khandua (Also Maniabandi or Kataki) is a traditional “bandha” or ikat sari produced from Odisha worn by women during wedding and a special type of which is worn by Jagannath. The clothes contain texts of Gita Govinda on them. Kenduli Khandua, a special form of Khandua of 12 ft and 2 kani (each kani measures the length of a hand) is offered to Jagannath to wear as khandua with stanzas and illustration from Gita Govinda. This saree is a depiction of chess board. The weavers from Nuapatna region often take inspiration from nature. They weave what they see.