Karvat Kati

Karvat Kati

 The Vidarbha region of Maharashtra is the place of the origin of the Karvath Kati (saw-edged) saree, so named after the border design which resembles saw-teeth. This artisan handloom saree is woven with Tussar silk and symbolizes celebration and prosperity. It’s usually worn for auspicious rituals and weddings. The designs have been drawn from the flora and fauna around Vidarbha and also from the Ramtek temple motifs.