A lovely flamingo pink Khadi cotton saree from Ponduru, a census town in Srikakulam district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Jamdani motifs of purple and zari floral vines adorn the expanse of fine pink Khadi cotton. One of the most time-consuming and labour-intensive forms of handloom weaving, the Jamdani technique has been declared an "Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity" by UNESCO. The making of Jamdani involves the supplementary weft technique along with the standard weft technique. With the latter, the base sheer material is made on which thicker threads are used to create designs. Each of the supplementary weft motif is then added manually - a laborious, painstaking technique that results in visual beauty! This saree has a very thin purple temple border and a small self gold zari kaddi pallu. A plain pink blouse with purple temple border comes with the saree.