Our fabric & Handprint techniques
Bagru print is a form of hand block printing done by natural colours followed by the Chippa's (involved in fabric printing tradition for over 100 years) in Bagru, India.
Block printing allows for creative exploration and experimentation. Artists can use multiple blocks with different colors or overlay different layers of prints to create complex and multi-colored designs
Ajrakh print is a traditional form of block printing that originated in the regions of Sindh, Pakistan, and Kutch, Gujarat, in India. It is known for its intricate geometric patterns and vibrant colors.
Dabu print is another traditional block printing technique that originated in Rajasthan, India. It is known for its unique use of mud resist and natural dyes, resulting in intricate patterns with a distinctive textured appearance.
Indigo printing is known for its rich blue hues and the ability to create intricate patterns with a distinct handcrafted appeal. The nature of indigo dyeing and the variations that can arise during the process contribute to its unique beauty.
Sanganeri prints are known for their fine detailing, intricate patterns, and harmonious color combinations. They are commonly found on sarees, bedspreads, and other traditional Rajasthani garments
Bandhani, also known as Bandhej, is a tie-dye technique that originated in the state of Gujarat, India. It involves tying small sections of fabric with threads to create resist points, resulting in unique patterns