Ajrakh is a traditional block printing technique that originated in the Kutch region of Gujarat, India. The word 'Ajrakh' comes from the Arabic word 'Azrak', which means blue. The fabric is made using natural dyes and traditional block-printing methods, using intricate geometric and floral patterns.
The fabric used for Ajrakh printing is typically made of organic cotton or silk, which are hand-woven and pre-treated with natural mordants like alum and tamarind. The fabric is then block-printed with intricate designs using a resist dyeing technique, where parts of the fabric are covered with a resist material to prevent dye from penetrating certain areas. The fabric is then dyed using natural dyes made from plants like indigo, madder, and pomegranate, resulting in rich and vibrant hues.
Ajrakh fabrics are known for their soft texture and unique designs, which reflect the rich cultural heritage of India. The use of organic materials and natural dyes makes Ajrakh fabrics eco-friendly and sustainable.
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