Patteda Anchu sarees are handwoven from the hub of Gajendragarh, Karnataka.
Reference from books and priests revealed that in the 10th century Patteda anchu saree was offered to goddess Yellamma Saundatti before it was given to a bride-to-be.
Patte means strip and refers to the border of the fabric, lending this sari its unique name. Patteda Anchu Saree comes is plain, big checks and small check, stripe designs with a big border which makes it looks unique and these sarees colours are made from natural dye, so there is no chemical colours are used in these sarees.
This exquisite cotton saree has been revived with special features like the reversible nature of the saree and the specially engineered border which is already coarse and does not require additional fall or beading to be done, making this a ready to drape saree.