The creation of each luxurious Patan Patola is a great skill in itself, acquired by the artisans from their age-old traditions of spinning and weaving. The Patan Patola is also known as " The cloth of kings". The sari is created in pure silk and is an ultimate manifestation of weaving mastery that has been attained over several centuries. The town of Patan, located in Gujarat is the birthplace of this traditional textile in India. The Sari is made of silk and adorned with the intricate technique of: "Double Ikat" wherein the warp and weft threads are dyed to create a motif, once woven. Patan Patolas are of rich cultural significance and are believed to hold miraculous powers of attracting holy prosperity.