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GILAHARI by Neha Pandey

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5 Cotton sarees
-Cotton
-Dabu printed
-Organic indigo dyed

It had clung onto her saree a day back at the riverside. She was deep in thought now, as she gathered the fabrics to be dyed. The saree went along with the rest of the clothes, in the swift sweep of her hands and straight into the Indigo vat. She was surprised to find an odd-one-out the next day, amongst the dyed fabrics, left out to dry. The parts where the earth rested, the dye did not blot on. That part had retained the original colour, like stars in an indigo sky. This way, the earth confided a crumb of it’s mystery, to the Rangrez. And then on, they conversed in patterns.

Credits: Gaatha.com

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    Saree006

    • Handblock printing is a centuries-old art form that utilises a hand-carved wooden block, dipped in dye and stamped by hand onto fabric
    • Saree length: 5.5 m; Saree width: 1.1 m
    • Blouse piece in plain Indigo; length: 1 m
    • Printing with indigo using traditional dabu technique involves mud-resisting the areas to be printed and then repetitive dyeing and drying until the required colour depth is obtained
    • Characteristic imperfections associated with handblock printing may be observed, and colours may fade or bleed due to the traditional dyeing and printing process employed
    • Dry clean
    • Cotton
    2,500.00
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    Saree005

    • Handblock printing is a centuries-old art form that utilises a hand-carved wooden block, dipped in dye and stamped by hand onto fabric
    • Saree length: 5.5 m; Saree width: 1.1 m
    • Blouse piece in plain Indigo; length: 1 m
    • Printing with indigo using traditional dabu technique involves mud-resisting the areas to be printed and then repetitive dyeing and drying until the required colour depth is obtained
    • Characteristic imperfections associated with handblock printing may be observed, and colours may fade or bleed due to the traditional dyeing and printing process employed
    • Dry clean
    • Cotton
    2,500.00
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    Saree004

    • Handblock printing is a centuries-old art form that utilises a hand-carved wooden block, dipped in dye and stamped by hand onto fabric
    • Saree length: 5.5 m; Saree width: 1.1 m
    • Blouse piece in plain Indigo; length: 1 m
    • Printing with indigo using traditional dabu technique involves mud-resisting the areas to be printed and then repetitive dyeing and drying until the required colour depth is obtained
    • Characteristic imperfections associated with handblock printing may be observed, and colours may fade or bleed due to the traditional dyeing and printing process employed
    • Dry clean
    • Cotton
    2,500.00
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    Saree001

    • Handblock printing is a centuries-old art form that utilises a hand-carved wooden block, dipped in dye and stamped by hand onto fabric
    • Saree length: 5.5 m; Saree width: 1.1 m
    • Blouse piece in plain Indigo; length: 1 m
    • Printing with indigo using traditional dabu technique involves mud-resisting the areas to be printed and then repetitive dyeing and drying until the required colour depth is obtained
    • Characteristic imperfections associated with handblock printing may be observed, and colours may fade or bleed due to the traditional dyeing and printing process employed
    • Dry clean
    • Cotton
    2,600.00
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    Saree003

    • Bronze sequence embroidery on pallu will not be there. Seen in the photo for visual appeal.
    • Handblock printing is a centuries-old art form that utilises a hand-carved wooden block, dipped in dye and stamped by hand onto fabric
    • Saree length: 5.5 m; Saree width: 1.1 m
    • Blouse piece in plain Indigo; length: 1 m
    • Printing with indigo using traditional dabu technique involves mud-resisting the areas to be printed and then repetitive dyeing and drying until the required colour depth is obtained
    • Characteristic imperfections associated with handblock printing may be observed, and colours may fade or bleed due to the traditional dyeing and printing process employed
    • Dry clean
    • Cotton
    2,500.00
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    Saree002

    • Handblock printing is a centuries-old art form that utilises a hand-carved wooden block, dipped in dye and stamped by hand onto fabric
    • Saree length: 5.5 m; Saree width: 1.1 m
    • Blouse piece in plain Indigo; length: 1 m
    • Printing with indigo using traditional dabu technique involves mud-resisting the areas to be printed and then repetitive dyeing and drying until the required colour depth is obtained
    • Characteristic imperfections associated with handblock printing may be observed, and colours may fade or bleed due to the traditional dyeing and printing process employed
    • Dry clean
    • Cotton
    2,500.00