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Kota Doria - Weaving India through International Brocade

Volume 2 - Issue 2

Ashok Athalye* and Punashi Bhatia

Received: April 26, 2018;   Published:May 02, 2018

DOI: 10.32474/LTTFD.2018.02.000131

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Kota Doria is a hand woven fabric known for its special weaving style. The light weight and airy structure improves its wearing comfort in tropical weather while the suppleness and transparency makes it graceful and fashionable. It is made up of cotton and silk yarn of varying thickness and differing combinations in warp and weft to produce a square check patterns. The silk imparts desired gloss, while cotton provides strength to the fabric.

Keywords: Kota Doria; Cotton; Silk; Jari; Khat

Abstract| Introduction| Handicraft from Kota| History and Origin| Material Used| Conclusion| References|