Tie-n-dye is a process of tying and dyeing a piece of fabric or cloth. Variety of patterns is produced like Lehriya, Mothra, Ekdali, Bandini, Shibori, Ikkat and Shikari depending on the manner in which the fabric is tied and dyed. Tie n dye sarees are majorly developed in the states of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Jaipuri Bandhani prints on crepe silk sari embellished with pearls and beads is an outstanding party wear. And these can also be worn on corporate functions, festivals. Pure handloom Rajkot silk saree of ikkat weave having zari border with an exquisite pallu is traditional wear for wedding and bridal occasions.


      Sarees play a prominent role in the country’s culture and tradition. The reason behind wearing a sari is it enhances beauty of a woman. Women of different age groups show interest in wearing the sarees. According to the customs and culture draping of sarees varies from northern parts to southern parts of the country. Sarees are preferred by women from all parts of the globe, Draping of a saree is practiced has a tradition at most memorable moments of women life. Production of sarees is done in major parts of the country. Sarees are produced by the usage of various base materials like cotton, Silk and many others.