The lightweight, cotton silk, handwoven fabric traces its heritage to the parts of North Karnataka. The folding pattern of the fabric into small squares has earned the name Khuna or Khun. It is lightweight cotton or cotton-silk fabric, which has an intricate brocade pattern. The saree has small motifs all over the body, which gives an overall aesthetic appeal to the saree. The journey of a 4000 old tradition has been recently revived by fashion experts, to bring back the same much-celebrated fabric into vogue. The fabric shares a good fair of being the chosen fabric for regals, and it is also offered to Gods, as a part of their worship. The workmanship is so laborious and takes a lot of dedication, patience, and passion to craft a perfect Khun saree.