Bearing a distinct character, this form of hand block printing is believed to have been prevalent since the Harrapan civilization. Practiced in the Kutch region, the arduous task of patterning involves about a dozen steps including pre-treating the fabric in organic compounds to absorb the natural dyes better, block printing one color after the other across the length and breadth of the saree. Producing each color is a unique one. Some dyes are boiled in a copper pot, others are fermented and some are formed into a thick paste. Once these natural dyes soak into the fabric, it is washed multiple times and post treated to retain color.
Presenting an authentic handcrafted Ajrakh saree on viscose fabric with muted zari weaving along the borders and pallu for an earthly appeal. The viscose fabric is plant based and is easy to drape. The saree is ready to wear with falls and pico done. An unstitched blouse fabric is included.
*Note: There may be minor variations in the shade, the texture of the product. Hues/textures show differently based on ambient lighting, gadget settings, etc.
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