Single ikat green elephant and parrot pattern patola saree. this saree in two heritage rich motif multihued hathi (elephant), popat (paarrott). this is thin silk saree. There are people who tie the yarns, the dyers, the tying and dying process is repeated several times for the complete pattern. this saree in white elephant and red parrot. A plain green blouse with zari border completes this ensemble.
Single ikat red elephant pattern patola saree with floral ikat motifs. this is a thin is a thin silk saree. the unique intricate design in white elephant and white square doted design against the red. worn with the plain red blouse with zari borders. ikat means tying and dyeing weft and warp yarns separately and in such a way that when the weaver sets the warp yarns on loom and weaves in the weft yarns, solid colour motifs appear in the woven textile.
Single ikat green manekchok patola saree. green manekchok pattern also known as a vohra gaji pattern..although this motif is known as "vohra gaji", a desgin patronized by hindus and bohra muslims hence the name vohra gaji, it is believed that this desgin 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.
Single ikat purple navratan patola saree. this is thin silk saree.this is a most traditional design. navratan means nine diamonds, . the word 'navratan'. or nine gem pendant our solar system, known as 'navgrah'. according to swamini saradapriyananda, these nine are said to have the greatest influence on the physical and psychic conditions of living beings. the compelling charm of the patola is partially in the complexity of the overall design which equals the intricate attractiveness of an oriented carpet.
single ikat purple chhabadi flower pattern patola saree. .the chhabadi design of an eight petalled flowers radiating from it and encircling the design with flowing curvilinear leaves, was on old traditional pattern. its origin could be traced to a fertility ritual in which a basket of flowers. single patola are manufactured by the resist-dying process using the warp and weft technique. it normally takes fifteen to sixteen days to weave a patola.
Single ikat patola saree orange pink square pattern patola saree. this is thin silk saree. this saree in two heritage rich motifs elephant and parrot. this is most traditional design. historical narratives tell us that the art of weaving patan patola textile is several centuries old. in this saree elephant and parrot sine of nature. signifying purity and victory, parrot are know to bring in good luck and eternal bills.