Resist dyeing, popuarly known as tied-and-dyed, has been practised across the North Indian belt for ages. Pioneered in the present day by the state of Rajasthan, they call it lahariyaa because the resist dyeing yields unusual patterns of lahar (Hindi for 'wave') on the choicest Indian fabrics. Tied-and-dyed with solid colours that catch the eye - and ensure those eyes remain on you! - this saree features simple yet precise patters across the length and the aachal that are distinctively Indian. This saree is best teamed with silver and worn on ethnic and/or outdoor occasions.