Derived from Urdu it's one stalwart in design when comes to zari work. Konia as the name says it refers to the corner of a specific material but when attached with sarees, it is the unique artistry of designers to glorify a certain 6 yard of elegance more sumptuous by adding patterns at the inner corners of the saree. This near to extinct delicacy was reestablished by working hand in the hand of tsars and tsarinas of Indian textile weaving. It adds charm to the ornate beauty into a masterclass with grace sprinkled on to the rim. It is in vogue today and a rage among connoisseurs of Banarasi Sari.