dabu printing in rajasthan

Dabu Printing in Rajasthan – Introduction | RuhiHandBlockPrinters

Dabu Printing is an ancient hand block printing technique in Rajasthan. It is a traditional artwork and a unique way to print and dyeing fabrics. It is also called Mud Resist Printing. The dazzling floral and theme patterns in crisp and well-detailed prints of bright and well-chosen colors and motifs have left current commentators speechless. Dabu printing is a time-consuming process that requires multiple phases of printing and dyeing, resulting in a one-of-a-kind and gorgeous product. The Practice is almost dead in the last century. But...

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Mul-Mul Sarees – Blog

Mul Mul Cotton Saree Mul Mul Cotton Saree- Blog History Mul Mul Cotton Saree or Muslin as it is known in Europe, is a soft and fine weave of cotton, that was first made by Bengali weavers many hundred years ago. In fact the commercial viability of this delicate fabric was perhaps established in Europe almost a 1000 years ago or more, and we know this since ‘Muslin’ has been referred to by a few ancient Greek and Roman writers in their works. It was definitely traded in Europe by the 17th century and was one of the prized imports from India. Later...

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Kota Doriya

Kota Doriya Sarees             There is a lot of information about the Kota Doriya - Blog Some information about Kota Doria sarees and their manufacturing. about the Kota Doria - Blog. Kota Doria (also spelled as Kota Dori) is a unique blend of cotton and silk in a square check pattern. The silk provides the shine while the cotton provides strength to the fabric. The name Kota Doria is taken from its place of origin, Kota in Rajasthan, India. The checked pattern is termed as ‘khat’, and is one of the distinguishing features of the Kota Doria fa...

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Chanderi Saree – Blog

Chanderi Saree - Blog There are lot of information about Chanderi Saree - Blog Chanderi Saree - Blog . Chanderi is a traditional ethnic fabric characterized by its lightweight, sheer texture and fine luxurious feel. Chanderi fabric is produced by weaving in silk and golden Zari in the traditional cotton yarn that results in the creation of the shimmering texture. The fabric borrowed its name from the small town Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh where traditional weavers practice the art of producing textured sarees in cotton and silk decorated with fin...

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