Pochampally Ikat Saris: Named after a small town Pochampally near Hyderabad, AP, the sari has something unique about it. The sections of weft and the warp yarns are tied first and then resist dyed to achieve the pre-fixed design pattern and then interlaced to get the wonderful Pochampally Ikat saris. The technique of ikat weaving, which requires true precision and skill, is believed to be brought in the town of Pochampally from Chirala where it is locally known as chit-ku.
Aranmula kannadi (Malayalam: ആറന്മുളക്കണ്ണാടി, meaning the Aranmula mirror) is a handmade metal-alloy mirror, made in Aranmula, a village in the state of Kerala, India. Unlike the normal 'silvered' glass mirrors, being a metall-alloy mirror, it is a front surface reflection mirror, which eliminates secondary reflections and aberrations typical of back surface mirrors.They are considered one among the eight auspicious items or “ashtamangalyam” that make up a Kerala bride’s trousseau