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Traditionally, Gharcholas are made on the handloom. In the original process, Gharchola saree is first woven using fabric and Zari threads to create the grid/ chequered pattern, thus producing a beautiful Zari checks saree.
Each check or box in the Gharchola is tied and dyed to create Bandhani patterns. The same dot Bandhani pattern that is used in one check is often repeated in every single block, through the Gharchola!
Or the repetition is strategic. This is then dyed in colour red/ maroon/scarlet.
In Gharcholas, there is no separate coloured pallu or border. There is Zari, but the entire saree remains in one colour. In contemporary Gharcholas, though, Pallus, generally in various shades of greens, are woven and attached separately.
Cotton gharchola saree !
Unstich running blouse material 80 cms