Ajrakh hand block printed on Kerala’s Balaramapuram Handloom Cotton Saree with typical kerala Kasavu (Zari) border. Balaramapuram handloom cluster of Kerala state produces traditional sarees that are woven with kora white cotton yarn (grey or unbleached or non-dyed yarn) of finer counts like 8os, 100s. The materials used for their weaving are cotton and Kasavu (or Zari). Kasavu is the Malayalam name of “Zari”; a silk thread twisted with a thin silver wire and electroplated in. Hand block printing on this traditional Kerala kasavu sarees is done by the Ajrakh artisans of Kutchh.
Byhnad’s Ajrak Cotton Collection is here to add a bohemian flavor to all your design creations. Inspired by the Mughal and Sindhi cultures, the Ajrak craft has forever been celebrated amongst both men and women wear. Inspired by sky elements, geometrical patterns, bootis and jaals, these hand-block designs are hand-pressed on cotton, in earthy tones of madder red, indigo blue, turmeric yellow, tangy orange & more. Weighing at 100 grams per meter, these fabrics are a work of artisanal craftsmanship, hence might have some natural irregularities, which are indeed the hallmark of these fabrics, making each design one-of-its-kind.
Our fabrics and dresses use only natural colours which tend to run slightly at first wash. So make sure to dry dry clean them for the first wash.
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