Single ikat blue chokhtha bhat patola saree. chokhtha bhat means(square pattern) with pan bhat(leaf pattern). golden zari border in saree. each diaper (geometric pattern of liens crossing to make diamond shapes ). is handmade tied and dyed processed saree. golden flower border in saree.
Single ikat golden pink three figure patola saree. small flower and three figure pattern in a saree border. this saree in three heritage rich motifs elephant and parrot. this is most traditional design. 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 golden purple elephant and parrot laher patola saree. in this saree elephant and parrot sine of nature. signifying purity and victory, parrot are know to bring in good luck and eternal bills. one laher green parrot and one laher golden yellow elephant in this saree. golden zari border in saree. and one side green parrot laher in saree border.
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. the precise placement of closely woven motifs in a rich array of colours give the patolu of gujrat a stiking mosaic like appearance.
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 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.