Handcrafted - Hand block printed with environment friendly natural dyes, dull mustard yellow - green kota cotton saree with symmetrical geometric patterns, symbolising elements in nature and inspired by Persian art . A beautiful ornamental pattern on the zari palla is sure to take your breath away. Accessorised with tassles.
Base fabric is machine made and not handwoven. Since the saree is naturally dyed, it will not be as bright as it appears on the screen.
Self Blouse Piece: Yes . (The blouse worn in pic is for reference purpose only and does not come with saree.)
Total Length: 6.5 mtr I Width : 43 inches (approximately).
Dry clean only. Since this is a handcrafted product, there might be slight irregularities and unevenness in print and pattern.
Handloom fabrics tend to bleed out excess color in initial washes.
All photos have been taken under natural light daylight, however, there might be slight discrepancies in the actual color of the product due to shadows, digital photography, color settings and capabilities of your computer monitors or mobile screens.
Handloom and Happy You :)
While traditionally Ajrakh was worn only by men from the pastoral community of the Kutch, today it has become a fashion statement for the affluent buyers, both men and women, looking for organic, ethical fashion. The 16-step process required to create a piece of Ajrakh fabric is what makes the outcome so beautiful and intricate.
A block-printed textile art, Ajrakh is defined by its natural earthy dyes – originally indigo blue and deep crimson red, and complex geometrical motifs which are symmetrical. “The theme is usually universal and is inferred to depict the sky, the stars, the sunset.” While the word Ajrakh is derived from ‘azrakh’ which means blue in Persian, when loosely translated into Kutchi, the expression could also mean ‘keep it today’, representing the idea of patience which is integral to this art form.