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Quality Assurance

We try hard to maintain the tradition and rich heritage in our patola textiles. Traditionally natural dyes and pure silk were used to create the textiles. Over the passage of time chemical bleach and dye entered into the industry, paving into the manufacturing process. However, we maintain our traditional value from last 20 years as we have realized the richness of natural dye and eco-friendliness of these products make us an international brand. Our quality control unit is equipped with all kinds of advanced machinery to test each product. We redefine old values that can perfectly suit the modern process. We use vegetable ingredients to achieve natural colors and different shades. 

Product Range

We offer our customers with following products:
  • Saree
    • Patola Saree
  • Designer Scarves, Designer Silk Scarves
  • Narikunj
  • Paan
  • Phulwadi
  • Chowkdi
  • Raas
  • Chhabdi
  • Choktha
  • Navratana
  • Paanchphul
  • Sarvariya
  • Laheriya
Our Manufacturing Process

We have an extensive manufacturing facility that helps us to create our range of products. We use traditional method of creating our patola textiles, particularly creating designs by tyieng knots on warp and weft. This process includes tyeing, untying, retying,  and dying in different shades. From last 20 years we have been using natural dying process using vegetable and other natural colors. Our patola is woven in traditional hand operated harness loom made of rosewood and bamboo strips. Our whole process is labor intensive, time consuming and demand high expertise and skills.


We have participated in various national and international folk and cultural festivals. We have demonstrated our skills, uniqueness of products and heritage of our products in various international fair. We are highly appreciated and have earned accolades for our preserving heritage through our range of textiles and fabrics. Some of the awards we are awarded in various fairs and festivals are as follows:
  • Certificate of Appreciation given by Akhil Bharatiya Rashtriya Mahashava in 1939 at Haripura
  • Award for Cottage Industries, Baroda state in 1946
  • National Award 1978 
  • Vishwakarma Award (1984)
  • Award from Mehsana Art and Culture Society in 1990
  • Merit Certificate (1991)
  • Shilip Guru Title 2002 by Hon. Late President Dr. Abdul Kalam
  • Momento given by Malaysian Minister in 2005
  • Masters of Cloth Award given by Garden Silk Mills in 2005