Double ikat patan patola Dark sky blue traditional narikunjar motifs mulberry silk Saree. smooth and soft patan patola narikunjar blue silk saree that recreates a centuries old royal fabric from gujarat this is a most traditional design. narikunjar desgin ( nari means dancing girl ,doll, kunjar means elephant , parrot and flower, blossom. each community has its peculiar taste and variety. for instance in hindu gujarati weddings, the bride or her mother dorns bright red patola saree with elephant and parrot design.
Single ikat mehndi four figure patola saree. this saree in four heritage rich motifs elephant and parrot. this is most traditional design. pink parrot, pink butterfly, pink peacock, white elephant, this is four motifs in saree. one side elephant riding against orange base border in saree. two side golden zari border in saree. this is most traditional design in saree.
Single ikat mehndi red elephant and parrot pattern patola saree. white elephant and yellow parrot against mehndi base in saree. this saree in two heritage rich motifs elephant and parrot. this is most traditional design. golden zari border, white elephant against red base border in saree. We would also like to clarify that these are not printed saree. A lot of work and labour has gone into the making of these saree.
Single ikat mehndi phoolbhat patola saree. phoolbhat means (flower pattern). this is a thin silk saree. white flower against mehndi base in saree. phool means (blossom flower). the term used for flowering shrubs in connection with numerals indicating the number of flower in the shrub. the precise placement of closely woven motifs in a rich array of colours give the patolu of gujrat a striking mosaic like appearance.
Single ikat orange phool bhat ptola saree. this is a thin silk saree. red flower against orange base in saree. phool means (blossom flower). the term used for flowering shrubs in connection with numerals indicating the number of flower in the shrub. one side white elephant riding against red border in saree. two side big red golden zari border.
Single ikat plain peacock blue colour with purple manekchok pattern patola saree. as known as vohragaji pattren. this is a most traditional design. although this motif is known as "vohra gaji", a design patronized by hindus and bohra muslims hence the name vohra gaji, it is believed that this design is based on the hindu birth chart or horoscope chart is basically a geometrical diagram with 12 division. the main section (diamonds) converge at the centre and are known as trikons lie along the periphery of the Rectangle.