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Gujarati / Rajasthani Style Saree
- To wear a saree in Gujarati / Rajasthani style, start by draping the saree from the right side and tuck it in fully at the back towards the left. Bring the remaining fabric forward and pleat it. The pallu must flow from back to the front. Secure the pallu at the waist with pins.

Patola saree: Gujarat
- Pride of Patan, Gujarat, the Patola sarees are synonymous to regality. Design Description of Patola Sarees: These pure silk royal sarees are hand dyed in natural dyes serving to a niche market which makes them quite expensive. The double ikat weave produces a saree with identical sides. Whether its the intensity of the colour, the feel or the aesthetic appeal, all of it is same on both the sides. The Patola sarees with motifs and designs of parrots, flowers, elephants,, zigzag figures, and the geometric patterns inspired from the large step wells in Gujarat are a wonder to behold. The time of completion of these heart throbbing creative sarees is as long as 5 to 6 months due to the lengthy process of tie dye method including both wrap along with the weft in silk fibres which makes them unbelievably costly.
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Kota saree : Rajasthan
- Kota saree also known as Doria saree is produced in Kota, a town in the desert state Rajasthan. Design Description of Kota Sarees: Woven on a traditional pit loom Kota sarees are sheen transparent even when weaved using cotton and silk yarn. The saree is luxurious and fabric has strength due to the shine texture of silk and sturdiness of cotton. No additional finishing is needed after the yarn is smeared with a paste of onion juice and rice to make it lusty and heavy. Kota sarees display individuality with a bit of geometric embroidery, square check patterns and border patches, making them totally exclusive. Oomph and splendour are the main trends for the basic style of this saree which is covered with thematic patterns. To make them shimmery yet subtle, often the sarees are embellished with zari. Even with the combination of silk threads, the cotton Doria sarees are extremely cool and breathable daily wear in the summer.
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Lehariya saree : Rajasthan
- Lehariya or Mothura is another popular variation of tie and dye art saree with wavy (lehar) pattern, which is a specialty of Rajasthan. Design Description of Lehariya Sarees : A burst of scintillating colours, Lehriya sarees are loved for their multi-hued glory. Simpler in execution than complex Bandhej technique, the only difference is in the way the cloth is tied while it is going through the dyeing process. In lehariya the opposite ends along the length of the cloth are pulled and rolled together followed by tying and dying in vivid colors churning out diagonal multi-colored lines with a kaleidoscopic design. By dipping the fabric in darker dyes and usage of techniques like concentric rings and fan folding, the saree creates contrasting borders with a hint of dramatic effect. The light nature and soft dual tone style of this saree, makes it useful for multitude occasions from day to day wear to classy get togethers.
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Ashavali saree : Gujarat
- Ashavali sarees showcase Gujaratís rich textiles Design Description of Sarees: Weaving stories around birdís chirping, animals swaying and flowers blooming. The nature inspired designs in coloured silk against the gold Zari enhance the aesthetic appeal of the sarees. The distinguishing features are the vibrant colours, lightness, and buoyancy. The motifs and patterns are outlined by a fine dark line like inlay work and that is what makes the thick and heavy Gujarati brocade stand out amongst other brocades.
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Bandhani/Bhandej saree : Rajasthan/Gujarat
- State: Rajasthan and Gujarat are prime destinations for these fit-for-summers, flowy, light and fluid sarees but the weavers of Khatri community of Gujarat are known to be pioneers. Design Description of Sarees: The name is derived from the word Ďbandhaní meaning ties. Crafted from the traditional tie and dye special technique where the saree is tied in knots followed by filling colour in the saree. The knots prevents the colour from spreading beyond giving it a unique look. Their lively colours are enhanced by beautiful dotted prints. The higher the number of dots in an intricate design, the costlier is the Bhandej saree. The dots may often be in figurative forms of elephant, peacock, or geometric forms of flowers, squares etc. Bandhani sarees are made in fine cotton, georgette, cotton-silk blends, crepe, chiffon and resilient silk variants.
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