A new batch of shirts by the makers of the popular batik-shaped sunglasses have been approved by the Indian government, bringing the total value of the deal to about $30.5 million.

The company, Batsiks, has also announced a $20 million cash payment for the purchase of 20,000 pairs of glasses, the first batch of which will be made available to the public.

The shirt, dubbed Batsig, is made by Indian firm, Betsiks and is designed for both men and women.

It has an elegant, batik motif embroidered on the chest and neck, and a large font on the collar.

The sunglasses feature a logo that looks like the mouth of a bat.

The glasses, which were made in India and are available in five sizes, are priced at Rs 3,000 ($400) each.

They were designed to look like a bat’s eyes, with the logo, “Batik” embroidered across the chest.

The sunglasses are expected to be introduced in August.