Not amazing resolution, But I Love what the edge of the sari, it looks like dagging, or bling or maybe weights? Standing Pavati, India, Tamil Nadu, Chola period, 11th century, copper alloy. Accession/museum number 1979.021, Asia Society
Standing Shiva and Parvati, India, Chola period, 13th century. Copper alloy, accession Number 2000.284.5, Met Museum of Art.
Not Indian but Indonesian (java). A posthumous portrait of a Queen as Parvati (detail). Eastern Javaneese, 14th century, Andesite, Accession number 2001.407. Met Museum. Her lower garment seems to be 100% decorated in interlocking geometric shapes/overlapping circles. This is possible blockprinted fabric such as that I've posted previously.
Met Museum. Parvati's lower garment features horizontal stripes with pattern infill very similar to that of the cushion on which they recline (leaves? and flowers?)
Met Museum. Lower garment is deocrated in a repeating pattern of concentric circles // flowers?
Met Museum. Uma's lower garment is decorated in a range of (non-repeating patterns) that feature circles.
Met Museum. Simple by comparison to previous images, this garment features a repeating pattern of dots forming a diamond and a circle linked with a chain of dots - lovely!
That's it for now because it's late and I have to work tomorrow.