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Karvati (saw tooth) Kinaar (border) sarees are handwoven using the three-shuttle technique in the weaving cluster of Vidarbha, Bhandara district of Maharashtra. 

The abundantly rich forests of the Vidarbha region, in the eastern-most part of Maharashtra, produce naturally-found silkworms, that feed off bushes and trees. Unlike cutivated silk (Mulberry), Tussar is a wild silk obtained from silkworms that grow only in the forests, and the silk produced from these unruptured cocoon is a lustrous golden hue. 


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