The appealing and the sublime peach color of this sari has to be mentioned at the outset. The entire field has a distinct floral design, comfortably spaced in a similar colored silk thread. Since the pattern is not dense, one can enjoy nature's bounty purely for the pattern, in all its beauty of design and weave. The border in rust also has exquisite flowers in gold and silver zari as also in resham threads. It has a distinct, continuous floral design with each of the big flower in dazzling zari. The pallav is enclosed by a similar border on all four sides and gradually and softly merges with the ground of the sari with the help of plants laden with flowers with touches of zari.
The unstitched material for the choli matches the ground color and woven pattern, along with a border on the sleeves, which is similar in size and design to the sari border but peach in color with subdued gold zari flowers.
The outstanding feature of this sari is the somber peach color well complimented with the rust border and pallav to brighten it up. Nowhere in the entire sari are patterns so close as to be indistinguishable or continuously overlapping; just judiciously spaced. Zari is used in a discreet manner, only where it enhances the beauty of the pattern.
This description by Renu Rana.