Uppada Jamdani Saree is a saree style woven in Uppada of East Godavari district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Uppada Jamdani saree weaving takes nearly 10 – 60 days time for which at least 2-3 weavers has to spend 10 hours of their day. Weavers uses pure lace (silver zari often dipped in melted gold) and also finest silk of Bengaluru area. Weaving of saree involves, laying out its design, interweaving silk threads, looming, etc., There are around 3000 looms producing Jamdani sarees in and around Uppada and kothapalli area. It was registered as one of the Geographical Indication from Andhra Pradesh on 05 Mar 2009.