Dilip Gohil

Silk Single Ikat Patola Saree

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Rs. 16,800.00
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This product is hand woven and may have slight irregularities that are a natural outcome of the human involvement in the process.

SHIPPING INFO: Dispatched in a minimum of 5 business days to a maximum of 20 business days. Exchange accepted within 10 days of delivery. Cancellation requests will be accepted strictly within 24 hours of placing the order only.

MEASUREMENTS: Length- 5.50 mtr Width- 42 inc, Blouse- 90cms

MATERIAL(S): Mulberry Silk

CARE: Dry Clean Only



Indulge in the timeless elegance of this exquisite Ikat Patola saree, a masterpiece of craftsmanship and tradition. Handwoven with precision and care, this saree embodies the rich cultural heritage of India, showcasing the artistry of skilled artisans.

The intricate Ikat weaving technique, characterized by its blurred edges and vibrant hues, creates mesmerizing patterns that dance across the fabric. Each motif tells a story, drawing inspiration from nature, mythology, and the artisan's imagination.

Crafted from luxurious silk, this saree drapes gracefully, accentuating the curves of the body with its fluidity and sheen. The pallu, adorned with intricate designs and bold colors, adds a touch of opulence to the ensemble, making it perfect for special occasions and celebrations.

Whether worn at weddings, festivals, or cultural events, this Ikat Patola saree is a symbol of elegance and refinement, a timeless piece that transcends trends and generations. Embrace tradition with a modern twist, as you adorn yourself in this exquisite attire, embodying grace, sophistication, and the enduring beauty of Indian craftsmanship.


The preparation of Patola is an elaborate process. Following are the seven main steps of preparing a Patola:

Sourcing of raw materials, Buying silk from the market. Making the weft. Tying the knots on the warp and weft according to the design. Process of dyeing: The weft silk threads are tied separately with cotton thread on the portions already marked out in conformity with the proposed design in the fabric. This tied portion is meant to remain unexposed to the colour while dyeing. The United portion, which has absorbed one colour, may be tied while dyeing in another colour. Tying untying, re-tying and dyeing in different shades are the main features of this process. After completion of dyeing work of wefts, the threads of the warp are put together in a sequence on the loom, so that the design becomes visible. The threads of wefts are wound onto bobbins and kept in the bamboo shuttle for the weaving process. Process of adjusting each thread of warp and weft: The tension of the warp threads is removed with the help of a needle after every 8 to 10 inches are woven. Patola weaving is a highly accurate just positioning of warp and weft of similar colour to obtain perfect design and harmony. The process is labour intensive, time-consuming and requires high order of skill and dexterity. Process of finishing the fabrics. It takes about 10-12 days to prepare a tie-dyed design on warp and weft threads for a sari that is 6 yards in length and 48 inches wide. Two weavers working together weave just about 8 to 9 inches a day. It takes about 7 days to weave a complete saree.

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