Special Ajrakh Block Printed Handloom Towel from Kutch
Partners KACHCHH JI CHHAAP
Partners KACHCHH JI CHHAAP SKU: JP/HGD/19/3
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|Shipping||Ready stock. It can be delivered within 3-5 days. Returns accepted|
|Size||Length - 62 inches, Width - 29 inches.|
|Weight||165 grams (approximately).|
|Material||Fine handloom ajrakh block printed cotton towel made using natural dyes through traditional technique. Pure handloom fabric woven in Jhiri, Rajasthan and fine quality block prints by Kachchh Ji Chhaap from Kutch, Gujarat.|
|Care||Gentle hand wash separately in cold water with mild/liquid detergents, excess natural colors may bleed when washed for the first time, thereafter machine wash is fine.|
|Colour||Slight difference in colour from the visible product image is possible. Read more.|
Ajrakh is a traditional vegetable dyeing and resist block-printing technique on cloth. It is estimated to be around 4,500 years old. The Ajrakh artisans in India are originally from Sindh and they migrated to Kutch in Gujarat and Barmer in Rajasthan. Ajrakh is the traditional attire of the Maldhari pastoral community of Bhuj. The process of 'Ajrakh' is a long drawn process with many stages and each layer of colour is printed after a gap of time so the cloth has to stay for the day.
KACHCHH JI CHHAAP - Celebrating crafts, heritage and cultural ecology of the Kachchh region of Gujarat. We curate best products of master craftsmanship from artisans working with various craft processes of the region including woven & printed textiles, leather crafts, lacquered wooden crafts, metal crafts, embroideries and more.