Kasuti or Kasuthi (Karnataka): Kasuti comes from the state of Karnataka, but also used elsewhere, as in Kanchipuram sarees.

Kasuti or Kasuthi (Karnataka): Kasuti comes from the state of Karnataka, but also used elsewhere, as in Kanchipuram sarees.

Kasuti or Kasuthi (Karnataka): Kasuti comes from the state of Karnataka, but also used elsewhere, as in Kanchipuram sarees.

Kasuti or Kasuthi (Karnataka): Kasuti comes from the state of Karnataka, but also used elsewhere, as in Kanchipuram sarees. Kasuti is done with single thread and involves counting of each thread on the cloth. The patterns are stitched without knots, so that both sides of the cloth look alike. Stitches like Gavanti, Murgi, Negi and Menthi form intricate patterns like gopura, chariot, palanquin, lamps and conch shells, as well as peacocks and elephants, in fixed designs and patterns.

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