The dots created by the tie and dye are used to make different types of patterns like the ‘jalebi’ or swirls, ‘bel’ or creepers that fill the entire saree. The most common, but still very beautiful, is the use of dots. The arrangement of the dots could be in patterns of 3 called ‘tikunthi’, patterns of 4 called ‘chaubasi’ and patterns of 7 called ‘satbandi’.
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Amelanchiers are very adaptable and easy to grow. They prefer moist, well drained soil that is slightly acidic. These are full sun plants, but some do tolerate shade. If the smell of money isn’t alluring enough, an Abu Dhabi bank is marketing scented credit cards to women in the Middle East. Al Hilal Bank recently released a credit card with a built in “applet” that absorbs the smell of perfume, aimed at attracting female customers. The card also comes with a nicely boxed signature scent and a number of perks, from discounts for female centric brands to airport lounge access.The bank said that the card was designed for “young, ambitious and empowered women” as a way to stand out.”Today’s modern Emirati woman wants to send out a strong message about her individuality and her capacity to become a productive member of society while staying true to her heritage,” said Mariam Yousef Ahli, Al Hilal Bank’s head of corporate communications, in a press release.Related: The richest women around the worldThe scented cards are part of wave of ways banks are targeting female customers, offering products and services geared specifically toward women.Last summer, Mashreq Bank released a diamond encrusted Solitaire card, which, aside from the bling factor, comes with benefits like personal shoppers, access to invitation only previews of luxury brands’ latest collections and benefits that can be redeemed with brands like Mulberry, Michael Kors and Carolina Herrera.The bank also came out with a “selfie” credit card, which allows users to upload photos of themselves from their phones and have them printed on their cards.According to Mary Dean, founder of KickSkirt, an advertising agency specializing in marketing to women, these cards are enticing because they allow women to express individuality.”Because women are often covering themselves, these cards are another way to express that they are successful, that they’re special, that there is something premium about them,” she said.Related: American Express to raise credit card ratesOver the last decade, the UAE saw a spate of women’s banking initiatives.