Figured Tussar or mulberry silk sarees from Berhampur in Orissa. They have supplementary weft work in their borders and often have interlocked-weft in the traditional designs of the kumbha (auspicious pot of plenty), or the ‘temple’ design of serrated triangles resembling temple towers. Traditionally they have very large pallus (headpieces) and many bands of extra weft patterns in border and pallu. They are heavier silks and are often called Berhampuri Pattu (silk).