Bagh Print is a traditional hand block print with natural colours, an Indian Handicraft practised in Bagh, Dhar district in Madhya Pradesh, India. Its name is derived from the village Bagh on the banks of the Bagh River.
Batik is a technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth, or cloth made using this technique originated from Indonesia. The artist uses wax to prevent dye from penetrating the cloth, leaving “blank” areas in the dyed fabric.
Kalamkari is an ancient style of hand painting done on cotton or silk fabric with a tamarind pen, using natural dyes. The word Kalamkari is derived from a Persian word where ‘kalam‘ means pen and ‘kari‘ refers to craftsmanship.
Bagru printing is one of the traditional techniques of printing with natural colour followed by the chippas of a remote place of Rajasthan.
Tilla is an ornamental work which is extensively used to embellish ethnic wear.
Khadi work roots back to the history of India, it has dominantly had a fair role in India’s vibrant heritage. Khadi prints are in great demand by the fashion lovers even today and have become the talk of the town. Khadi, also called as Khari or Tinsel Work, is meant to beautify and enhance the […]