A revival of a dear patron’s saree, the Anjali Sowbhagyavathi Saree has the blessings ‘Sowbhagyavathi Bhava’ woven into the pallu. A gift from her parents at the time of her wedding, we believe the original must have come from Maharashtra. What’s interesting was the fact that the blessings on the pallu are really tiny, not very obvious and was created to look like a design pattern. The saree also has peacock motifs in a row just before the actual pallu starts. This sky blue saree has been recreated in a village near Kanchi. A vision in pure silk and zari, it is hand woven and has a blouse piece in the same colour as the contrast pallu.