The authentic Ajrakh is printed by a method known as resist printing. This form of printing is done by hand with hand-carved wooden blocks. Several different blocks are used to give the characteristic repeated patterning. Traditional ‘Ajrakh’ involves various stages of dyeing and resistance printing using natural dyes and mordants.
This is a handcrafted skirt and is prone to colour bleeding due to the use of natural dyes
The print on the garment might be unevenly owning to the handcrafted nature of the product, adding essence to the garment.
S : Waist: 28-32
M: Waist: 32-36
Khamir is a platform for conserving crafts, heritage and cultural ecology of Kutch, Gujarat. Instituted after 2001’s earthquake as a joint initiative of Kutch Nav Nirman Abhiyan and Nehru Foundation for Development.