The style of Kota Doria started 200 years ago, when some weavers from Kaithun (near Kota, Rajasthan) used to weave coarse plain fabric. With unique patterns and motifs, this design form has enabled people to showcase culture in the best possible form. The uniqueness of this art lies in its stylish weaving with colorful threads and intricate motifs.
The weaving style of Kota Doria is known for silk and cotton fabric stylishly woven with colorful flowered and checked motifs on them in golden thread. After that, the borders and other centers are dyed or printed. This design form is prevalent in Rajasthan and Trivandrum. Its story says that Raja of Mysore came along Kota weavers, while his way to expanding the empire. He liked their work so much that they were brought to Kota. Since then, the art of weaving Kota Doria (Kota Masuria) is catching everyone’s attention.