The influence of Gujaratis (Saurashtrians) settled in South India had brought a wonderful medley of South Indian Style and Gujarati style of weaving, giving rise to newer trends in sarees. The process of weaving, and dyeing, is laborious, and only the dexterous hands of a denizen of Madurai can weave with the epitome of dedication. The Batik technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth, where the saree either goes through the Tie-dye process and kai kattu Sungudi process. It is only through the passion to weave, and the love towards keeping the art form alive ensures the art still thrives. .The entire spectrum of colors has been used to achieve a distinct color, and the texture of the saree is soft and firm. It has contrast borders, with significant motifs, which makes it highly loveable.