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Ajrakh Cloth

Ajrakh Cloth

The 13 step Ajrakh cloth is inspired by Sufi designs. The Blocks used are intricately carved on Sheesham, the softest kind of wood, which remains in oil for half a year before the real printing process. The cloth is degummed and mordants differing to printing colors are applied. Lime and gum resists are made on this cloth where the original white color had to be retained.

Bagru Cloth

Bagru Cloth

Bagru is acquired by the cloth first treated with Fuller's earth & then soaked in haldi (turmeric) water to get the traditional cream colored background. It is then stamped with beautifully patterned blocks of wood using natural dyes of indigo bush, pomegranate rinds, madder root.

Bandhani Cloth

Bandhani Cloth

This is a basic form of 'tie and dye' wherein the cloth is tied into plenty of tiny knots and dipped into vats of natural colour. Different sections are tied at every stage of dyeing and a variety of colors used from light to dark. The fabric then opens out into amazing designs: dots, circles, squares, waves and stripes.

Block Print Cloth

Block Print Cloth

Carving artists create block designs on teak wood that are used with dyes to produce unique prints.24 layers of jute are stretched out to behave as printing surface for the fabric. The bleached cloth is dyed whole, after which the teak blocks, welled with colour create the pretty designs on it. Alternatively clay resists are applied with these, so motif areas are left free of color. The fabric is fixed and dried in the sun. It can take twenty people up to eight hours to prepare a single block printed garment.

Chanderi Cloth

Chanderi Cloth

Cotton, silk thread and zari are hand woven in methods nurtured over centuries. What is created is a fabric almost out of a fairy tale. Having been on ancient trade routes, the textile shows multi cultural depictions in motifs and look. One touch and you will know why this gossamer beauty was desired by the royals.

Dhabu Cloth

Dhabu Cloth

Dhabu refers to resist printing that uses vegetable dyes. The design block printed first with a mix of clay, natural gum and sawdust. The resist printed cloth is then immersed in a large cauldron of dye. Pre-printing, the fiber is cooked in a natural mordant like alum, soda ash, iron so the colors may adhere. After drying, the mud resist is washed off to reveal the undyed part of the cloth as the pattern.

Ikkat Cloth

Ikkat Cloth

Ikkat is a complex form of tie-and-dye. The threads are tied and dyed prior to weaving. They are then carefully adjusted so the pattern you see may emerge during the weaving. Ikkat is perhaps the most widespread type of weaving originating in different parts of the world - from Argentina to Mexico, the mountainous Japan and the sunny island of Bali.

Kalamkari Cloth

Kalamkari Cloth

Kalamkari derives its name from 'kalam' meaning pen, made of either bamboo or iron. However, now intricate woodblocks are carved out with dye or resist wells to follow a detailed block-printing process. They are elaborate and evoke stanzas of mythical narratives.

Khadi Print Cloth

Khadi Print Cloth

Khadi printing in gold & silver is developed to simulate the look of rich brocade. However, in striking colors, they sometimes appear embroidered.

Laheriya Cloth

Laheriya Cloth

The laheriya is achieved by a variation of the Bandhani technique of tie and dye. The ties here are undone and the process repeated by diagonally rolling the adjacent corner toward the opposite and repeating the process. The famous laheriya (zigzag pattern of irregular color stripes) is a visual invocation of the flow of water

Maheshwari Cloth

Maheshwari Cloth

Cotton and plied silk are woven to bring out the sheen of silk and the breath ability of cotton, Maheshwari is famous for its strength, elasticity and glorious luster. The typical Maheshwari fabric is either chequered, plain or striped, combined with complementary colors.

Mangalgiri Cloth

Mangalgiri Cloth

It is said that a hand that touches the Mangalgiri cotton, forever retains the memory. With this fabric, it is the ultra light nature and soft feel that endears its wearers. Mostly woven with beautiful zari borders, the weave is reminiscent of the architecture of the Sri Laxmi temple at Mangalgiri.

Sanganeri Cloth

Sanganeri Cloth

Blocks for this design are made of seasoned Teak. Dipping blocks in burnt sienna, the cloth is printed using a single block at a time ensuring interlock. Traditionally, Sanganeri prints have a pastel or white ground, with sprays of floral motifs abound with symmetrical borders.

Handloom Cloth

Handloom Cloth

Handloom fabric is created from yarn by the 'tana-bana' method - a hand process from the old world that gives durability, character and summer-cool. The warp threads are thrown across the loom, while the transverse threads are nimbly interwoven - woof or weft. This is done one transverse thread at a time by creating 'shed' spaces for the weave. The handloom process is intricate, yet completely energized by human power alone.

Batik Cloth

Batik Cloth

Melted wax mixture is painted on the cloth & soaked in dye. Wherever the wax seeps through the fabric, it is not dyed. After the wax is dissolved, this fabric is ironed between paper towels. This absorbs the bees wax to reveal the deep rich colors and the paraffin wax to reveal the fine crinkle lines that give this batik its character. Batik is known for its vibrant colour palette and bold compositions.

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