Indian Handloom industry has been unique in its style and variety since ages of Maharajas and ancient civilizations. In India, similar to every region’s distinguished cuisine like Maharashtra’s Vada Pav to South India’s Dosa and Punjab’s Chole Bhature, handloom industry too has its unique textile identity. Few famous ones are Patola Sarees of Gujarat, Garad Sarees of West Bengal, Banarasi Sarees of Uttar Pradesh, Tant Sarees of West Bengal, or Kanjeevaram Sarees of South India.  At Tvastr, we target to bring these authentic designs and prints to your fingertips available across India directly from their authentic place of origin.

Patola Sarees

Patola Sarees is a double ikat woven sari, usually made from silk made mostly in Gujarat. They are expensive, and once worn only by those belonging to royal and aristocratic families. It can take six months to one year to make one sari due to the long process of dying each strand separately before weaving them together. T

Its identity is its geometric patterns. At Tvastr, we have our first collection directly sourced from Gujarat. Check our Catalogue for Raaga Patola Sarees.

Garad Sarees

Garad sarees usually come in red and white or off-white colour combinations. They are often called as the famous Lal-Par saree due to the staple colour combo of red and white. They are often worn during Durga Puja by the traditional Bengali women. Check our Catalogue for Bengali Sarees