The Indian weaver never ceases to amaze. Painstaking in each effort, the craftsman and artisan that he is, is ever exploring ways and means of creating something different each time. Story teller to the core he weaves his dreams in the designs he chooses; a fresh tale to narrate each time. He may be rooted in tradition, but has knowledge of the contemporary too. No wonder there is always something new and undiscovered for people like you or me to expect - exceptional ethnic fabrics of raw precision and worth.
If you have seen a saree with a lot of dots that merge into a pattern, be sure it would have been the traditional Bandhani handloom saree. Bandhani is an ancient but fascinating tie and dye art on fabrics, from the western region of India, especially the desert lands of Gujarat and Rajasthan.
Bhuj, Mandvi in Kutch and Saurashtra in Gujarat, India, are known for their individual varieties in Bandhani sarees. Rajasthan again has its own exquisite style of Bandhani, unique to its region.