Gaji of Ghazi is a coarse cloth mainly made with cotton or silk, used for native dresses in India. One of the popular forms of this saree is Panetar – the bridal saree of Gujarat – which is also made in silk and a variant known as Gaji silk. The 9-yard sarees like the Nauvari of Maharastra are traditional sarees, and most of them are crafted in silk fabric. Ghazi or Gaji silk sarees available online today are chiefly produced in Gujarat, and parts of Uttar Pradesh such as Jaunpur,Bareilly, and Bengal. Gaji weavers took a significant hit when power looms made their entry.