Ajrakh handblock print Indigo cotton top paired with plain red cotton bottom. Off white mulul cotton dupatta has patchwork with scrap ajrakh fabric and kantha stitch done by hand. Accessorised with tassels. All base fabric is machine made.
Top/Bottom : 2.5 Mtrs
Dupatta: 2.4 Mtr
Dry clean only. Since this is a handcrafted product, there might be slight irregularities and unevenness in weave, pattern or selvedges due to crafting process.
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.
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Ajrak is a block-printed textile that is resist-dyed using natural dyes. including indigo and madder. It is made in Kutch, Gujarat and is distinguished by its color- blue with red — and its complex geometric & floral patterns. It’s name is derived from ‘azarak’, ‘blue’ in Arabic & Persian. It takes skill & patience to make Ajrak. There are between 14–16 different stages of dyeing & printing, which take 14–21 days to complete. The resulting cloth is soft against the skin and jewel-like in appearance, pleasing to touch & appealing to the eye.