A lot of you know that during the festival of India or Vishwakarma Exhibition some of our sarees were recreated. Out of those, one was the Simhasana or what Martand Singh named the Bangalore Nanjappa Saree.What many don’t know is that there were three such pieces in our collection. Last year we decided to recreate one of them that hadn’t been ever recreated and this is that design. For years we did not know where this saree was from as we hadn’t seen anything like it before, also the length of it was just enough for a saree. Around 20 years ago Pavithra met a textile expert from Cambodia at a textile conference, who took one look at the saree and said that the designs were from there. If you study the pallu, you will notice the motifs and designs are very similar to those found in sarongs and textiles from Cambodia and Vietnam. The saree is woven in pure silk and comes with a blouse piece.