Karnataka

Gobbe Seere Drape

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This drape from Karnataka was traditionally worn by Gowda landowners with a neat 'cross-over' binding the front pleats. This sari is 100% polyester and costs less than Rs. 650 ($10), representative of the sari millions of women in India wear daily for its durability, ease of care and affordability.
  • Sari Length 7.5 meters / 8 yards
  • Sari Shahpur Jat Market, New Delhi
  • Sari Detail 100% polyester
  • Associate Producer Good Earth
How-to Drape Instructions
  1. Double knot sari at right waist with inner end in front.
  2. Make about 6 pleats with outer end and tuck in at center front waist.
  3. Gather remaining outer end into a loop around waist anticlockwise. Bring pallu from back to front through loop. Adjust and tighten drape.
  4. Drape pallu across chest anticlockwise, bring back to front over right shoulder and knot edge of pallu with front of drape.
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