Here on a flaming rust base, traditional butis are woven in zari. The small butis are judiciously spaced. The color itself is regarded as auspicious because it has several emotional and fertility related qualities, making it a suitable color for brides and young married women. The border has a contrast green border with a lavish use of zari. Delicately shaped and similarly placed paisleys form the main pattern in the border, with several floral and geometric patterns surrounding them. Leafed stems flow out of the green border out on the rust base creating a harmonious blend.
The pallav too is unique in pattern and color. The field color gradually reaches the green through yellow as a color mediator. The zari woven pattern for the pallav starts from the rust, flows through the yellow and ends in a large green section. The intricate zari work falls into various patterns which are a sort of repetition and amplification of the border.
Lively colors, extensive use of gold, and a judicious inclusion of border and butis woven with adjacent spacing are the outstanding features of this dazzling piece of saree which comes with a rust blouse piece with zari butis and a plain green border, which can be stitched to your body measurements. Wear and Rejoice!
This description by Renu Rana.