Dark Red Woven Patola Silk Saree
Dark Red Woven Patola Silk Saree
Dark Red Woven Patola Silk Saree
Dark Red Woven Patola Silk Saree
Dark Red Woven Patola Silk Saree
Dark Red Woven Patola Silk Saree

Dark Red Woven Patola Silk Saree

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This saree is six yards of sheer bliss! Add it to your wardrobe and steal everyone's heart! It's the perfect addition to any wardrobe of sarees!

Fabric: Patola.
Style: Weaving.
Colour: All Colors same as the Photo.
Type: Patola with Weaving.
Saree Length: 5.50 Meters.
Blouse Length: 0.80 Meters[Unstitched].
Package Contents: 1 Saree and 1 Blouse Piece[Unstitched].
Zari Colour: Silver and Gold.
Washing Instructions: Dry Clean for the first wash, thereafter Hand Wash. Wash with like colors.

Note :
1. The shades may vary slightly from the colors displayed on your screen.
2. There might be slight color variation due to lightings & flash while photo shoot.

Description : 
Patola is a double ikat woven saree, usually made from silk, made in Patan, Gujarat, India. The word patola is the plural form; the singular is patola. They are very expensive, once worn only by those belonging to royal and aristocratic families. These saris are popular among those who can afford high prices.
Patola saree is mainly used in Gujarati people and saree design is very micro and old traditional Indian culture design like old Khatli design hand made silk thread use and multicolor thread use the design is old Indian temple related and nature design like flower and rangolis that is the main concept of saree.  Here are four distinct patterns that are woven primarily in Gujarat by the Salvi community. In Jain and Hindu communities, double ikat sarees with entire designs of parrots, flowers, elephant, and dancing figures are generally used. In Muslim communities, saris with geometric designs and floral patterns are typical, being worn mostly for weddings and other special occasions. Maharashtrian Bhramies wears sarees woven with plain, dark-colored borders and body and a bird design called Nari Kunj.