Dyeing is the coloring process by dipping the yarn in the boiled color water in very high temperature, higher the temperature durability of color is also higher. The art of dyeing silk is the story of transforming raw silk to yarn and further enhancing the weaving process with customized designs with the warps and wefts. The dyeing process should be cautiously undertaken, as it involves boiling of the yarn in the high temperature. Repeated boiling and cooling of the yarn helps in the uniformity of the dye application. The process of manufacturing a Dharmavaram Saree starts with dyeing the silk / cotton yarn. Dyeing of the yarn is done ensuring that the color is spread uniformly throughout the yarn and it doesn't affect the quality of the yarn. The coloring process is a very crucial step in obtaining a good saree. The colours are applied as per the specifications of the designers and also some times as per the orders from customers who orders for a designer Saree. After coloring the silk yarn is dried in shade. Drying yarn in sun can be harmful to yarn. After the silk yarn is dried, it is rolled over small sticks. After dyeing and drying the yarn it is converted to thread and is loaded as warp and then it is loaded into the loom for actual weaving.