Gadwal saree is a traditional saree made in Gadwal, Mahbubnagar district, India
Mahbubnagar (formerly Palamoor), is a district in the state of Telangana in India.

Gadwal Sarees have been very popular since the 1930s. Basically these are cotton sarees with an attached silk border and silk pallu (aanchal) . One can always identify a Gadwal for its unique border and uncommon gorgeous pallu.
43/100 of #100sareepact is my only Gadwal.

To add a twist in the tale, 😉 this was not my first Gadwal, but the second one after I literally damaged the earlier piece. 🙁
Whenever I have seen Gadwal it made me feel, very ethnic and dignified. The combinations are abstract and unpredictable!!

43/100 piece is a bottle green cotton Gadwal, with a wonderful black grape coloured border and golden zaree. The pallu does not have any similarity rather that adds the attraction for an uncommon contrast. With one of my favourite golden/pearl designer jewellery set , the final look was pleasant & cool!

Cotton has never been my choice to attend any dinner event. But the wine coloured blouse gelled so well with this Gadwal that I could not resist but wear and attend the wine dinner 😉
For long I was waiting to write a short and sweet note for my only Gadwal.

Hope you like this specific piece and come up with your Gadwal story…
So GET,SET, n GO GADWAL !!!!! 🙂 🙂