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The Story of Fabrics
The Indian artisans are renowned for their expertise in the printed-textiles. A block is one of the prized possessions of a craftsman. India's printed textiles are a living testament to the fact that art has no bounds. When it comes to block printing, each region of India has its own distinct aesthetic. Traditional painting techniques typically use wooden, copper, cast metal, or nail blocks. Out of all the printed textiles, Bagh Printing of Madhya Pradesh is famous for its unique style and personality.
Yarn-resist tie-dye textiles, also known as Ikat fabric, have gained a prominent status for their beauty and artistic finesse throughout the world. The word Ikat comes from the Malay-Indonesian word Mengikat, which means to bind, knot, or wind around. In India, Ikat textiles are known as Patola and Mashru in Gujarat, Bandh in Odisha, Pochampally Ikat and Telia Rumal in Andhra Pradesh.
The interweaving history of Andhra Pradesh speaks of the design vocabulary and repertoire of a wide range of sarees from Dharmavaram to Venkatagiri and Gadwal Sarees. In the handloom fabrics of Andhra Pradesh, the emphasis has always been on texture, ornament and linear forms of rare sophistication and complexity. This is usually contrasted with co
The bandhani or bandhna is the greatest masterpiece of the Indian dyer’s art. It is both a complicated and sophisticated method of resist-dyeing. Bandhani goes beyond being an art, and it is in every sense a labour of love involving tremendous patience, skill and aesthetics.