The modest looms in the Andhra town of Mangalgiri produce a distinct style of fabric with high thread density per square inch, ranging from 40 (coarse) to 120 (superfine), sometimes more. The characteristic hand-embroidered zari is reminiscent of the nizam influence.  

The Ragamalika collection features beautifully handwoven sarees using the warp-weft technique, with 100% cotton and silk threads. These are woven by hand, to produce the finest fabrics that have an excellent fall, sheen and color. 

A skilled weaver coming from traditional families takes 2 full days to weave one practice saree.