1. Pata- Silk

  2. BadhiKumbha or Badhiphera- Tied & dyed temple motifs

  3. Muhabandha- Anchal tied & dyed

  4. Muha and kuthabomkai- Bomkai work inside coloured tied & dyed square

  5. Patadehaputli- Doll design on the body of the silk

  6. Double coloured dhadi- Dhadi is border

  7. Anchalkutha- Coloured tied & dyed square in anchal

  8. Putlibomkai- Doll motif wovenin bomkai (A weaving pattern)

  9. Patadehabomkaibuta-Bomkai pattern butaon the body

  10. Patli- Design in pleated part of the saree

  11. Pat bapta- Fusion of silk and cotton

  12. Hath phera- Temple motif created with strands of yarn via shuttle and not tied & dyed

  13. Muha and dehasaktabandha- Sakta is square and bandha is tied & dyed and muha is anchal

  14. Dhadisakta- Dhadi is border, sakta is square

  15. Patadehalaharibandha- Body of a silk saree in leher motives in tie & dye

  16. Saurabandha- Saura is a tribe and the motifs created by them on the walls replicated in tie & dye

  17. Suta 120 count- Yarn suggesting of fineness of it. More the count finer the yarn

  18. Jharana- A tied & dyed pattern

  19. Ghagra- A tied & dyed pattern

  20. Dobby buta- Buta done with the help of dobby( A mechanism attached to a loom for weaving small butas)

  21. Body heavy buta or body very heavy buta- Intricate tie & dye work or very intricate tie & dye work

  22. Saktapar- Sakta in Sanskrit is a square and par is a row

  23. Tanipata- Tie & dye on warp in vertical strip

  24. Ekphulia- Single phool border

  25. Tissue-Jari woven in silk

  26. Vichitrapuri- A popular pattern in double ikat

  27. Suta- Cotton

  28. Sachipar- Checks

  29. SarBandha-Shape of a rice grain sprout.

  30. JalaPeti- A repetitive bomkai work

  31. Guntha- Applique work