Woman's tubular skirt cloth, tapis jung sarat. Handwoven cotton base cloth with bands of red and blue in the warp-faced weave. Dense gold thread couchwork covering all of the outer surface apart from a narrow section at the waist. The gold-wrapped threads are tacked down with cotton threads in horizontal sections made up of a variety of patterns, or sasab. Row of coins along lower hem.
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