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Patravali or Pattal or Vistaraku or Vistar or Khali is an Indian eating plate or trencher made with broad dried leaves. It is mainly made from Sal leaves. It is also made from Banyan tree leaves. It is made in circular shape, by stitching 6 to 8 sal leaves with tiny wooden sticks.[1] It is popular during traditional meals, festivals and in temples.[2] It is a cottage industry in India where women work on weaving them at home in spare time. Patrvali Tiffin food is good tiffin service provider in Mumbai as well. The plate is made by machines with silver foil cover at the bottom and with border for better form. And the traditional patravali is back because of its environment-friendly nature and biodegradability. German company Leaf Republic sells commercially made patravali.