Ilkal Kasauti saree takes its name from the town ofIlkalin theBagalkot districtofKarnatakastate,India. Ilkal sarees are woven using cotton warp on the body and art silk warp for border and art silk warp for pallu portion of the saree.The uniqueness of saree is joining of the body warp with pallu warp with a series of loops locally called as TOPE TENI techniques. Kasuti is a traditional form of embroidery. This saree has hand embroidered kasuti embroidery with beautiful motifs of birds, animals, temples, chariots and flowers. Adorned with intricately embroidered animal motifs and featuring an ornate contrast border, this kasuti Ilkal saree showcases traditional design at its finest.