Chirala (on the coast, south of Guntur) makes, among other styles, tie-dyed fabrics, including saris and nightwear. Another style from Chirala is represented in the second photo below.

From Colonial lists/Indian power: identity politics in nineteenth century Telugu-speaking India by Michael Katten

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  • Chirala (on the coast, south of Guntur) makes, among other styles, tie-dyed fabrics, including saris and nightwear. Another style from Chirala is represented in the second photo below.