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Kota Dori is a special woven fabric with a unique checkered pattern made on fine silk, cotton or a blend of the two. Cotton gives the fabric strength, while silk makes the fabric more lustrous and gives it a softer feel.

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Process of Kota Doria weaving

Kota Doria is woven on a traditional loom in a way that creates a square pattern on the fabric. The finely crafted tiles are famous locally for their application of onion juice and rice pate with many cores in the yarn. so strong that no further improvement is needed.

Kota Doria Weaving of Rajasthan

"This separate weaving of Rajasthan actually originated in Mysore. In the late 17th century, also known as Masuriya, Maharao Kishore Singh, a general of the Mughal army, brought weavers from Mysore to Rajasthan, where he began the art of making kota doria saris. sari is mainly produced in the Ansari community in the provinces of Kota and Hadauti. Today, Kota Doria sari weavers are concentrated in villages outside the city of Kota. The main location of the weavers is the village of Kaithun (or Kaithoon), about 15 km from Kota. There are about 1500 weavers in this cluster."

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