"Kota suit" is a stable cotton/silk weave consisting of varied gauges of yarn, creating an almost graph like pattern called khats.more
Beautiful hand loomed Kota sarees in pure cotton are a rare find - polyester is gaining more and more ground.more
This cloth is now big in fashion for stitching sarees and suits, so the sarees and suits have become extremely popular in the market.more
The cloth is super fine and densely woven. It's density and border weight give it a heavier drape that's a delight to wear.more
Kota Sarees are ethnic contributions to the fashion world. They are globally recognized with their exquisite designs and patterns.Kota Sarees are woven in Rajasthan, India. Originally, they have their root in Mysore. In ancient times, these types of saris were brought to Rajasthan by the weavers of Mysore. Later they became popular as Masuria Malmal, Kota-Masuria, Kota Jali and Kota Doria.Read More
With the extraordinary combination of passion and skills, MG Sarees created sensational soft and beautiful Kota Sarees. MG Sarees, a name associated with Ellegance and Excellence in Kota Sarees & was established in the year 1945 and since then has been a leading firm in wholesale and retail business of kota sarees and plain materials. Today MG Sarees has become an icon in the business of kota sarees.Read More
Traditional Weaves That Suit Modern Tastes
Experienced artisans are involved in weaving process. The spinning, dyeing and weaving processes are done by adept artisans only. To weave out these super transparent, light textured and weightless sarees, the artisans fabricates strong cotton or cotton-silk yarns. The artisans use a traditional pit loom to weave these saris. It produces chequered patterns on the fabrics. He also uses warp and weft methods, to make a fine yarn into cotton or cotton-silk fabrics.
In looming process, the artisan uses the mixer of rice paste and onion juice. The weaving of yarns creates a geometric or chequered pattern. Due to this, the squares will be formed between different thicknesses of fibers, called ‘Khats’. Finally he gives a gossamer finish.
Plain Kota sarees, Summer Kota sarees, Printed Kota sarees, Embroidery Kota sarees, Designer Kota sarees, Jaipur Kota sarees and etc are the popular varieties from Rajasthan. Kota saree is one of the hot favourites of women. Now-a-days, the demand for Kota Sarees is rapidly growing across the globe.
Basically artisans weave these sarees are of white in colour, later produces different vibrant hues with dyeing. Now days, artisans are using cotton, silk, mixer of cotton-silk, gold, silver and other fabrics in weaving. Different motifs like flowers, animals, birds, fruits and others are used in designing different Kota sarees. Embroidery and zari works are the highlights of Kota sarees.
M/S Madhusudan Das Govind Das, Opp. Maharani Girls School, Rampura Bazar, Kota (Rajasthan)