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Green-Red Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Yellow-Red Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black-Grey Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection
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Red-Green Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Blue-Red Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Red-Black Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black-Green Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Red-Grey Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Red-Green Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture.This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black-Grey Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black-Green Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Blue-Red Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Red-Black Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Red-Green Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection
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Blue-Black Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This fabric is a manual screen print fabric, and not hand block print or machine screen print.
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Black-Green Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green-Yellow Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Yellow-Red Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black-Maroon Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture.This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black-Grey Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Red-Green Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green-Red Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Yellow-Red Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection
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Madder-Grey Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Blue-Red Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black-Green Ajrakh Triple Block Two Piece Set

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1550.00 1950
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Cream Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

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1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Cream Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

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1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

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1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

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1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

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1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

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1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

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1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Blue Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

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1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Cream Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

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1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Blue Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

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1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection..
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Cream Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Cream Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Yellow Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

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1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Yellow Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Cream Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Blue Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Cream Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This fabric is a manual screen print fabric, and not hand block print or machine screen print.
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Cream Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This fabric is a manual screen print fabric, and not hand block print or machine screen print.
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Blue Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This fabric is a manual screen print fabric, and not hand block print or machine screen print.
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Madder Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This fabric is a manual screen print fabric, and not hand block print or machine screen print.
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Green Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This fabric is a manual screen print fabric, and not hand block print or machine screen print.
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Madder Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Yellow Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture.This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

(0 Reviews)
1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Cream Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

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1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Cotton Triple Block Suit

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1950.00 2435
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Rust Modal Satin Silk Unstitched Suit

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5500.00 6875
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Modal Silk Top bottom and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Modal Satin Silk Unstitched Suit

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5500.00 6875
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Modal Silk Top bottom and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Rust Modal Satin Silk Unstitched Suit

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5500.00 6875
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Modal Silk Top bottom and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Modal Satin Silk Unstitched Suit

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5500.00 6875
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Modal Silk Top bottom and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Rust Modal Satin Silk Unstitched Suit

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5500.00 6875
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Modal Silk Top bottom and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Modal Satin Silk Unstitched Suit

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5500.00 6875
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Modal Silk Top bottom and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Rust Modal Satin Silk Unstitched Suit

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5500.00 6875
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Modal Silk Top bottom and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Modal Satin Silk Unstitched Suit

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5500.00 6875
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Modal Silk Top bottom and dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Blue Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection..
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Yellow Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This fabric is a manual screen print fabric, and not hand block print or machine screen print.  
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Green Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This fabric is a manual screen print fabric, and not hand block print or machine screen print.  
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Black Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This fabric is a manual screen print fabric, and not hand block print or machine screen print.  
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Yellow Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.  
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Maroon Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture.This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Blue Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Brown Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Maroon Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4343
Length: 2.5m each  
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom  

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Blue Ajrakh Maheshwari Silk Suit

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3475.00 4345
Length: 2.5m each 
Fabric: Maheshwari Silk Top and Dupatta and cotton bottom 

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours* 

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture.This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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White Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Blue Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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White Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Blue Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Black Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrakh Maheshwari Dupatta Set

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton top and bottom and Maheshwari Dupatta

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Cream Ajrakh Double Block Cotton Suit

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1400.00 1750
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This fabric is a manual screen print fabric, and not hand block print or machine screen print.
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Cream Ajrakh Double Block Cotton Suit

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1400.00 1750
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Double Block Cotton Suit

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1400.00 1750
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Cream Ajrakh Double Block Cotton Suit

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1400.00 1750
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Cream Ajrakh Double Block Cotton Suit

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1400.00 1750
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Double Block Cotton Suit

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1400.00 1750
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This fabric is a manual screen print fabric, and not hand block print or machine screen print.
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Cream Ajrakh Double Block Cotton Suit

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1400.00
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Madder Ajrakh Double Block Cotton Suit

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1400.00 1750
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture.This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Cream Ajrakh Double Block Cotton Suit

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1400.00 1750
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Red Cotton Ajrakh Unstitched Suit

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1950.00 2450
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture.This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Red Cotton Ajrakh Unstitched Suit

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1950.00 2450
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Red Cotton Ajrakh Unstitched Suit

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1950.00 2450
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Yellow Cotton Ajrakh Unstitched Suit

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1950.00 2450
Length: 2.5m each
Fabric: Cotton

*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Green Ajrak Cotton Unstitched Suit with Maheshwari Dupatta

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m Top, Bottom and Dupatta
Fabric: Cotton Top and Bottom and Maheshwari Silk Dupatta with Gicha Ajrak Hand Block Print Cotton
*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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Brown Ajrak Cotton Unstitched Suit with Maheshwari Dupatta

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2950.00 3690
Length: 2.5m Top, Bottom and Dupatta
Fabric: Cotton Top and Bottom and Maheshwari Silk Dupatta with Gicha Ajrak Hand Block Print Cotton
*Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in fabric and digital colours*

Ajrakh is usually found in Kutch (Gujarat) and Barmer (Rajasthan). Woodblock stamps are used to create different geometric patterns that are transferred onto the fabric using natural dyes, including vegetable and mineral dyes. The most common colours used include blue, red, black, yellow and green. One of the most common dyes used for this type of printing is indigo. Ajrak has been dated back to Mohenjo-daro, where the kings and royals have been shown wearing similar prints to those observed in ajrak patterns today. The beauty of ajrak is in its simplistic yet elegant patterns and natural texture. This is a handblock print fabric, and so there are irregularities in the prints and designs pertaining to handwork. The colours used are all natural dyes, so certain bleeding might also be observed in the initial washes. That is the beauty of this art, and is not an imperfection.
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