Traditional leheriya tie-dye pure tussar silk dupatta. (tassels along the border). The wavy patterns on this dupatta has been dyed using leheriya tie & dye technique through traditional process by master artisan family of Badshah Miyan from the state of Rajasthan. Tussar silk is known for its unique texture, sheen of silk and feel of cotton.
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Ahmed Badshah Miyan is a Master craftsman of Leheriya Tie & Dye. Badshah Miyah is from Jaipur Rajasthan and is known Nationally & Internationally for the beautiful craft of Lehariya. His sons and family help him creating this craft. He is recognised for his in depth knowledge and understanding of colours and intricacy in his work.
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Ahmed Badshah Miyan is a master craftsman of Leheriya Tie & Dye. Badshah Miyah hails from Jaipur Rajasthan and is known nationally and internationally for the beautiful craftsmanship of Lehariya. His sons and family help him create this craft. He is recognized for his extensive knowledge and understanding of color and the intricacies of his work. He is committed to the sustainability of the ecosystem and pays attention to it in all our activities.
Leheriya Tie & Dye
Leheriya is a well-known traditional style of tie-dyeing that is practiced in Rajasthan. This particular technique is inspired by the word wave because the dyeing technique is often used to produce complex wave motifs.