The most sophisticated and intricate of handloom weaving styles from Banaras, Kadhwa is created with extra wefts on top of the base warp fabric with resham or zari wound around hand shuttles, leaving no loose floats on the back of the fabric. It is typically an embroidery-like technique of weaving, painstakingly done on a loom. The weave structure or hunar is achieved using plain, twill or satin weaves with the varied number of warp yarns passing through the heddle shaft or gethua. The caliber of artisan defines the detail of the surface emboss of the main design or naqsha, called urtoo and subsequently its value. This is a Warp 'n Weft handloom hallmark.