The dominant colour is a creamy ivory dye across the field. The same is set off by the dense fuschia border and the ample proportions of rich, dark black in the endpiece. Sparsely placed booties in fuschia and black go well with the luxuriant embroidery along the entire length of the endpiece, done in pristine white thread. Of course a regional saree such as this one would be incomplete without the signature templetop border, the characteristic weave of which is best appreciated by zooming in. The instantly recognisable silhouette is derived by local weavers and artisans from the plethora of temples that the state is known for.