Ajrakh is an ancient block-printing method on textiles that originated in the present day provinces of Sindh in Pakistan and the neighbouring Indian districts of Kutch in Gujarat and Barmer in Rajasthan. The word 'ajrakh' itself connotes a number of different concepts.
Dressed up with a traditional hand block printing on the saree that gives it an antique touch.
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Our hand printed cotton fabric saree is the perfect addition to your Indian attire.
Comes with plain unstitched running Blouse piece .
These sarees are purely handmade with hand block print techniques using vegetable dye, not using any harsh chemicals or acids. Minor inconsistency in print, lightness or darkness of print in some areas are natural in hand block print. These are not defect, but adds to individuality and uniqueness to the item.
Product Details :
5.50 Mtr Approx.
Unstitched, 80 Cm
|7-10 Working day
- Color and Texture may have slight variation. This happens because of photography and your device color setting.
- Can do soft hand wash at home in cold water. For precaution dip into salty water for few time and dry in soft sunlight or under shades. The color may bleed in case of natural dyes.
- Imperfections in hand printing may be noticed, and color may fate or bleed due to traditional dyeing and printing process employed.
- Blouse shown in the image is only for shoot purpose actual blouse will be same as saree print and colors.
We assure the authenticity and quality of our products.