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Bagh Block Printed Silk Scarf from Madhya Pradesh

Bagh is a traditional block print with replicated geometric and floral designs. The word “Bagh” is named after a village in the Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh, India where this type of craft work is practised.

What makes this piece even more unique is the aari (chain stitch) embroidery that has been embellished on it using metal yarn, giving it a truly exquisite look and feel.

Bagh Block Print on Silk Scarf from Madhya Pradesh

Bagh is a traditional block print with replicated geometric and floral designs. The word “Bagh” is named after a village in the Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh, India where this type of craft work is practised.

What makes this piece even more unique is the aari (chain stitch) embroidery that has been embellished on it using metal yarn, giving it a truly exquisite look and feel.

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Block Printed Peacock Design on Silk Scarf from Gujarat

A stunning, one off piece from Gujarat. Along with the block print design, fine aari (chain stitch) embroidery further enhances the beauty of this scarf.

Block Printed Peacock Design on Silk Scarf from Gujarat

A stunning, one off piece from Gujarat. Along with the block print design, fine aari (chain stitch) embroidery further enhances the beauty of this scarf.

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Hand Painted Kalamkari

Srikalahasti, Andhra Pradesh

Kalamkari refers to an ancient method of hand painting on cotton or silk with a bamboo pen, using natural dyes. The word Kalamkari is derived from a Persian word refers ‘kalam’ as pen and ‘kari’ as craftsmanship.

Block Printed Ajrakh

Kutch, Gujarat

Resist printed on both sides in dominant shades of indigo and madder, is the characteristic of this craft. Ajrakh textiles derive its name from the Arabic word azrak,meaning indigo. The printing is an elaborate process facilitating selective dyeing with the aid of resists through the reaction of the mordants with natural colours.

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