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Ikat derives from the Malay-Indonesian word for "to tie". And there are myriad types of ikat variations around the world.
Pochampally Ikat is one such variation made in the town of Bhoodan Pochampally in Telangana, India. With traditional, geometric patterns, these understated weaves are a staple in every saree lover's wardrobe. They are available in all colours and are made in all fabrics - cotton or silk.
These sarees easily transition from casual day outings and work wear (Cottons) to fabulous statement wear for evenings and festivals (Silks). Wear them the traditional way or experiment with different drapes, the choice is yours.