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Art of tie and die is popularly known as Bandhej in the region. While tie-and-dye is a fairly common textile tradition, Bandhni, also called Bandhej, holds pride of place in India.
Leheria is a variation named after 'leher' (or wave) pattern. This pattern is achieved by rolling the fabric on the bias i.e., diagonally and binding the roll in intervals with thread.
Mothra is a popular pattern created on a textile using the famous Bandhani tie-dye process of Rajasthan. The process involves initially pulling and rolling together the diagonal ends of a cloth.
An 'odhni' with a yellow background and a central lotus motif in red called a 'pila', is a traditional gift of parent to their daughter on the birth of a son. 
Chunari is a special technique of fabric dyeing practiced in Rajasthan. It involves a combination of the tie-and-dye process and direct printing.
Duptta is the large traditional shawl worn with shalwar kameez or lenghas that represents the elegance and dignity of feminine gestures. Indian stoles are the stylish version of dupttas which get more casual and attractive modifications with the changing fashion trends.