Naju Davers name today is synonymous with "Garas", as she was the pioneer to revive this dying art as this trade stopped years ago. Parsi families lucky enough to possess these prized master pieces passed it down from generation till they began to fray and fall apart. In those days, Garas could not be washed (as the colours were not fast) and in absence of modern dry cleaning process they lost their popularity till Naju Daver began the painstaking task of reviving this embroidery and make people aware of the fact that this heritage deserved to be treasured.
She managed to achieve this herculean task through her exhibitions in the city from time to time, here she displayed her work and shared her personalised hobby with others, creating a never before saree series. She revived and revitalized this century old tradition and injected it with new life and colour, making masterpieces that rivalled the old-Garas in beauty and splendour. Her creations are unique and spell class. She unbelievably weaves magic on the six yards of material and transforms each piece into work of art.