The Garad-Korial saris of West Bengal are known for their intricate designs and vibrant colors. These saris are woven using a throw-shuttle pit loom and additional pair of healds. The Korial technique, which involves interlacing end yarns, is a unique way of joining the border and pallu to the body of the sari and requires additional manpower, making the process time-consuming. The saris are made using extra-weft silk for the naksha motifs, which are woven using separate small shuttles for each buti/motif. The Korial technique is what makes these saris distinctive and highly valued.