Gada cloth is a traditional textile of India, typically made from cotton and jute. It is primarily used in the states of Gujarat and Maharashtra, but is also found in parts of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Madhya Pradesh. The cloth is characterized by its distinctive softness and bright colors, as well as its intricate patterns. Gada cloth is often used in a variety of traditional garments, including saris, shawls, and wraps. It is also used to make decorative items such as wall hangings, curtains, and tablecloths.