What is the weave of Patola?
Patola is a double ikat woven sari, usually made from silk, made in Patan, Gujarat, India. The word patola is the plural form; the singular is patolu. They are very expensive, once worn only by those belonging to royal and aristocratic families. These saris are popular among those who can afford the high prices.
How can we identify pure patola?
For a Patola silk look for the locking system at the back of the sari which is a mark of genuineness. 5. The colour of a Patola silk saree will never fade away and it is also believed that their colour stays for atleast 300 years.
Which country is Patola highly valued?
1. Name the country where Patola was highly valued? Indonesia.
What is patola in English word?
A common vegetable in the Philippines, patola is the the unripe fruit of the plant having the scientific name Luffa acutangula. It is sometimes called “silk squash” or “ribbed loofah” or “sponge gourd” in English.
What does patola mean in Tagalog?
Definition for the Tagalog word patola: patola. [noun] silk squash; luffa; someone who always responds to trolling.
Is upo and patola the same?
1 Upo is known as the bottle gourd. The patola is known as the sponge gourd. The upo is called a bottle gourd. The “bottle” term is taken from its smooth shape and texture, plus its slender neck as it tapers toward the stem that does look like a bottle.
What language is patola?
Indian Punjabi language
Patola (1973 film), an Indian Punjabi language film. Patola (1987 film), an Indian Punjabi language film. Luffa species (Philippine usage) Trichosanthes cucumerina (Sinhalese usage)
What is patola called in English?
What does patola mean in Filipino?
What does patola mean?
a silk cloth
Definition of patola (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : a silk cloth of India. 2 : a wedding sari woven in Gujarat, India, in chiné technique. patola.
What is the local name of patola?
|Scientific names||Common names|
|Cucumis operculatus Roxb. ex Wight & Am.||Bath sponge (Engl.)|
|Curcubita acutangula (L.) Blume||Angled luffa (Engl.)|
|Luffa acutangula (L.)||Ridge gourd (Engl.)|
|Luffa amara Roxb.||Ridged luffa (Engl.)|
What is the local name of Patola?