“Silver strokes of pure gracefulness;
Brimming with significance and prosperity,
The dazzling efficacy of sultry and conviction,
Mingles the greys and blacks as an irony”
What she feels
The beauty of a field of millet flowers set aglow by the fading rays of the sun as dusk transitions to night makes her dive into her dreams of lacquered chevrons and flowers which are encased within the borders.
This slub cotton saree is crafted with Kashish Dabu Handblock printing. Kashish printing is a mineral dying process that involves the use of dye and a resist. The characteristics of this dye are a full range of grey, khaki, brown, and red shades. The use of kashish dye is more prevalent in Bagru (Jaipur). Printers use Harda (naturally occurring tannic acid) as a pre-treatment to achieve lighter shades of brown. Darker shades are acquired by the addition of boiled pomegranate rind solution to dyeing.
It’s a Handprinted Slub Cotton Saree which is a comfortable cotton fabric resembling textures of linen fabric. It’s a 5.5 mtr saree drape with an exclusive 80 cm blouse piece to go with. Recommended separate wash in cold water with mild detergent only or dry-clean & there are chances of color bleeding which is a sign of the genuineness of prints and dying.