Go through any Indian women's closet, you will certainly discover a few colourful sarees if not rows of them. The die hard saree lovers will have sarees of different textures and fabric, going from windy cotton ones to lavishly weaved silk sarees in the wardrobe. But in the progressive modern way of life, ladies prefer practical contemporary garments over customary sarees, hence the saree, lamentably, has been consigned to an outfit worn distinctly on extraordinary ocassions.

A pochampally saree is one such attire that never goes out of style and you'll have all the spotlight when you adorn this for a gala wedding or a family get together. While the name of the saree is unfamiliar in the northern regions of India, it is among the most popular sarees of southern India. Through the decades, the Pochampally is adored by saree fanatics around the world. 

The Design With An Emphasis on Fabric.

Every saree is special and Pochampally sarees are one of a kind and not the same as Ikat from different points of view. The perplexing designs that are highlighted on the saree are dyed and twisted, the weft threads of the saree are woven intricately.  The threads when woven together form a pattern giving the fabric a stylish yet indigenous look. This capricious method of color printing a fabric is what that makes the Pochampally stand out and gain favor among numerous women who incline toward conventional sarees. The saree itself is made of a texture known as sico, which is a remarkable mix of silk and cotton, used explicitly in making this saree. Ladies from around the globe are pulled towards Pochampally saree in light of its fascinating weaving style and history.

Found in a mix of lighter pastel shades, the saree is heavy on design, in other words the designs are to a great extent limited to the pallu or the boder of the saree. The utilization of zari is likewise lighter than the conventional variations, albeit similarly as rich and impeccable. The modern and classy Pochampally sarees have been taken to global ramps and runways, to create a shopper base for this saree outside India too. 

The Biggest Hurdle for Pochampally weavers 

Regardless of what amount of fascinating work goes beyond the tying and dyeing process, by all accounts, there is a gigantic trouble that emerges quite often. On the off chance that any sort of mistake is made, at any point it can't be fixed. The whole product gets disposed of as the weavers can't re-fix the weavings or designs. This is the reason the weavers are needed to be totally diligent and all around experienced. The intricate strategy for tie and dye requires the yarn to be colored much before the weaving process.