Naturally abundant Assam, Assamese motifs are also inspired by flower, tree, bird, and animals.
There are many who also believe that the word Kinkhap came from China.
2. Gos buta or tree motif - This is one of the most prevalent motifs in Assamese weave. Two bird facing each other in one tree and the top part triangle.
3. Kolka or parsley - This is one of the most popular and contemporary design found is the assamese weave. In today's modern weaves you can see modified versions bigger in size. It can be found in any other Indian waves too.
4. Japi and Pepa - Assamese culture is hugely dominated by farming culture. A japi or Assamese umbrella is typically worn by Assamese farmers. This japi or Assamese umbrella is adorned with Assamese weaves too.
Pepa is an assamese instrument plays during Bihu(New Year). You can see this design in assamese weave too.
5. Mishing Design or motif - Mishing is one of the largest tribe in Assam. They are known for their oppulant weaves. Mishing designs are Rhapsody of color in small motifs traditionally weaved in cotton fabric.