Patola is a double ikat woven sari, usually made from silk made in Patan, Gujarat, India. Patola-weaving is a closely guarded family tradition.
Agates of Cambay
One of the many uses of the Agate Carnelian stones of Cambay. These beautiful stones have been mined and polished at Khambat or Cambay in the western state of Gujarat at least since 1,500 AD. While the blood-coloured stone is most popular, Agates of Cambay also come in yellow, moss, rose, black, white and grey hues.
Bhal Region, Gujarat
Bhalia Wheat, also known as Daudkhani Wheat is a type of long grain Wheat cultivated in Bhal region in the north of Gulf of Khambhat, Gujarat, India.
Surendranagar district, Gujarat
A Tangaliya Shawl is a handwoven shawl and textile made by the Dangasia community from Schedule Caste in Gujarat, India. The textile is usually used as shawl and wraparound skirt by women of the Bharwad shepherd community of Surendranagar.
Sankheda furniture is colourful teak wood furniture of Gujarat, India, treated with lacquer and painted in traditional bright shades of maroon and gold. It is made in Sankheda village and hence its name.
Surat Zari Craft
The Surat Zari Craft is a textile product of Surat district in Gujarat, India, which is made from yarns of silk and cotton mixed with gold, silver or copper. The zari threads are used to make intricate designs by weaving into generally silk fabrics.