Matka Silk is a rough handloom silk fabric made from the waste of Mulberry Silk (Bombyx Mori) without removing its gum part. It is largely obtained from the states of Karnataka and Kashmir but its spinning is done in the Malda and Murshidabad districts in West Bengal. Matka silk sarees are versatile fabrics and are easy to use. Besides using these sarees, dresses, suits, jackets, and furnishings. It is very lightweight and used in embroidery and textile art. It is also suitable for scrapbooks, fabric journals, and collages. Fashion designers like Gaurang Shah, Sharavan Kumar, Paromita Banerjee, Ritu Kumar, Sabyasachi, and many more are working closely with the weavers of India for the revival of this fabric.