One of the oldest colors in the Indian subcontinent, the story ofIndigo dye dates back to 5000 years ago. Popularly known as the “blue gold” it is prepared using natural Indigo, harada (myrobolan) for a pale yellow , iron fillings, gud (jaggery) , alum, kesula flowers andguar gum or babool gum
Your Kaisori Indigo sarees is a celebration of different printing techniques on Indigo.Choose your pick from a range of Bagru and Sanganeri block printing dyed with superior quality, natural Indigo from the Northwest frontiers of Rajasthan
Variation and irregularities in the fabric are part of the hand weaving process and are part of the beauty and charm of the handmade fabric.
Following instructions overleaf ensure the long life of your handloom clothes.
Fabric : Handwoven Chanderi handblock printed with Natural Indigo dye.
Care Instructions : First wash - dry cleaning. Post which gentle, quick wash at home in mild soap after soaking in salt water