This sari is in a unique double shade of red and light biscuit color. The biscuit color is more prominent and the fall of light on the sari creates a good mixture of red and biscuit color. The entire body has a brocade weave in rhombus pattern with floral and creeper patterns within them. The brocade design on the body gives a shaded look to the sari and the design doesn't come out as prominent.
The border is woven on both sides of the sari in a contrasting rich maroon color with the same brocade weave with dark green threads. The pallav is also in the same maroon color as the border and forms a lovely contrast to the body of the sari. Woven in dark green threads they form a shaded pattern almost like a self-design on the pallav. The patterns are the same as on the body and the border. The floral pattern on the sari is typical of the Mughal architecture, which gives a heritage value to the sari.
This sari is a pride of any wardrobe.
This description by Bhanupriya Krutiventi.
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