This 700-year-old weaving craft is native to the Dangashiya community of Surendranagar, Gujarat. The community consists of weavers and shepherds. The weavers make the blankets out of sheep and goat wool for the shepherds to wear. The threads are woven to create the signature style of the weaving technique which is the effect of raised dots on the fabric. Together, they create beautiful geometrical patterns. Today, these textiles are used to make dupattas, dress material, bedsheets and pillow covers.