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Tarapur Hand Block Printed With Natural Herbal Dyes, Premium

Product id: 144084
Tarapur Hand Block Printed with Natural Herbal Dyes,
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Tarapur Hand Block Printed With Natural Herbal Dyes, Premium Muslin Cotton Saree With BP

Product id: 144084
Best Price: 4,300.00
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Product Overview
  • • Completely Hand Dyed and Tarapur Block Print with Natural Indigo , Vegetable Dyes .No Harmful harsh Chemicals 100% Organic.
  • • Indigo Blue and Weighs around 650grams
  • • Handwoven Khadi,100% Pure Cotton.
  • • Designs: Persian Architecture Geometric and Floral. Nature Inspired
  • • Characteristic imperfections associated with Block printing may be observed, and colors may fade or bleed due to the traditional dyeing and printing process employed
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  • Selling crafts since Jan 2015
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  • Description

    Our attempt to preserve and promote tradition artwork… we today present…

    "Tarapur Hand block printed Premium Muslin Cotton Sarees. ".

    Fabrics: Premium HandWoven Muslin Cotton.
    Artwork: Tarapur Hand block print.
    Dyes: Natural INDIGO (Blue)
    Design: Floral and Nature Inspired.
    Blouse Piece: Included.
    WashCare: Mild Detergent & Cold Water.Dry in Shades.

    Tarapur Print is a unique art practiced by craftsmen of Tarapur village. It is a beautiful combination of alizarin hand block printing and Dabu resist hand block printing.
    Master craftsmen Shri Purshottam Jharia says; “The process of making Nandana is very time-consuming. It takes around a month to complete one lot of fabric (roughly 800 mts). Skilled workers with years of experience are required to carry about the processes. Many traditional methods of Nandana printing have been forgone because of their labor-intensive nature.


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