Sufiyan Khatri Special Modal Silk Ajrakh Block Print Natural Dyed Saree with Zari Border
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|Shipping||Ready stock. It can be delivered within 3-5 days. Returns accepted|
|Size||Saree Length - 6.1 meters (including blouse material), Width - 112 centimeters.|
|Weight||800 grams (approximately).|
|Material||Fine quality special ajrakh block printed modal silk saree with zari border & tassels, made using natural dyes through traditional technique of hand block printing by Sufiyan Khatri practised in Kutch region of Gujarat. Modal silk is a soft, shiny and highly lustrous fabric, achieved through interlacing modal fibers and silk yarns. it has opulence of silk and the comfort of cotton modal is a very fine and soft textured weave.|
|Care||Dry clean only.|
|Colour||Slight difference in color from the visible product image is possible. Read more.|
Sufiyan Ismail Khatri is a 10th generation artisan whose family has been involved in the art of Ajrakh printing since the 15th century. The craft of Ajrakh hand-block printing and natural dyeing, is more than 4000 years old and is practiced by Khatri community of Kutch and Sindh. Sufiyan’s textiles are distinguished by jewel-like colors and geometric, floral and architectural patterns. The cloth is made in a 16-step process and requires a high level of skill and concentration. As a child he grew up listening to lots of stories about Ajrakh, it’s traditions and philosophy. He got involved with the craft by the time he was 14 years old as an apprentice to his grandfather, who’s shaped his thinking and understanding of the craft. He taught him to learn and enjoy the process of Ajrakh art, and to place importance in engaging with the craft and with the person/designer working with,rather than on mere end transactional value. For Sufiyan and his community, Ajrakh is a way of life.