Panetar, the wedding Sari which is gifted to the bride in the Hindu and Jain community from the maternal uncle, is one of the simplest yet most aesthetically and meticulously designer wedding sari. Panetar Sarees are reckoned for their traditional looks and high comfort. Panetar Sarees have been sourced from Gujarat. The body of the Panetar Sarees is in white with zari stripes and the pallu of the saree is red. The red color is considered to be auspicious in many states of India particularly Gujarat. In Gujarati community Panetar Sarees is the last saree that a bride receives from her birthplace. After that she belongs to the groom’s family. The popular places where Panetar Sarees are manufactured are Kutch, Ahmadabad, Jamnagar, Rajkot and Surat. Nowadays Panetar saree patterns are used in salwar kameez too. When a bride chooses a complex pattern, Panetar sarees becomes a challenge for the weaver who has to handle the silk threads carefully thereafter. Panetar Sarees are also available in lehenga styles. . The blend of white and red color has been imagined in a spectrum of methods that reasons the variety in these sarees. Panetar sarees are available in traditional patterns to trendy embroidered ones. There are several leading designers in India who have carved a niche for themselves in creating exclusive Panetar designs and patterns. These Bridal Sarees are amazingly created on silk, crepe, georgette base and embellished with sequins, stones, beads and new material work. The majestic elegance of the Panetar is breathtaking.