The term Bandhani is derived from the Sanskrit word “banda”, which means "to tie". The Bandhej technique involves dyeing a fabric which is tied with a thread at several points. These knots form a design once opened after dyeing. Typically, a cloth of one metre length has thousands of knots known as 'Bheendi' in Gujarati. Depending on the manner in which the fabric is tied, the resulting patterns include Chandrakala, Bavan Baug, Shikari Leheriya, Mothra and Ekdali. The final products is categorised into Shikari, Ghar Chola, Khombhi, Chandrakhani, Chowkidaar and Ambadaal among others. Yellow, red, blue, green and black are some of the most celebrated hues. The main colours used are mostly natural dyes. Pick your style for a casual day out or an evening get-together or light occasion wear from our resplendent collection of Bandhani sarees, dupattas and ready-to-stitch dress material.