KARVATH KATI SAREES & FABRICS
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 saree is generally used during ritual functions and is woven on a pit-loom using three fly shuttles with silk, tussar, and cotton yarns of various counts. Every saree will have this pattern of design on both sides.
It got the GI tag in April 2014.