This is precisely what one would say about the Pochampally saree, a fabric that traditionally evolved as one of the finest handloom offerings of South India.
Who has not heard of Pochampally? A small village in Nalgonda District, Telangana, from where Vinobha Bhave had started his Bhoodan Movement across India. Today it is the home to some of the finest fabrics in silk and cotton, in both single and double ikat. The latter variety especially is a specialty weave of Pochampally that involves effort and intricacies to ultimately yield unique and classy outcomes.