Originated in the presented ay provinces of Sindh in Pakistan and the neighboring Indian districts of Kutch in Gujarat and Barmer in Rajasthan, Ajrakh is an ancient block-printing method on textiles. The word ‘ajrakh’ itself connotes a number of different concepts. According to some, it comes from the Arabic word ajrakh, meaning blue, one of the chief colours in ajrakh printing. Other historians believe that the word has been coined from the two Hindi words- aaj rakh, meaning, keep it today. According to others, it means beautiful. The intricacies of the printing primarily done on Azure, Indigo and Sapphire is beautiful and you will love to keep it today and forever. Throw on some hand made accessories with Ajrakh Handblock Print Modal Silk Dupatta to make this look elegant, and simply outstanding. An ideal office wear, this can also be the most comfortable fabric in your wardrobe. Add casual sandals with minimal styling to look graceful.
Wash Care : Dry clean is suggested but hand wash also works with mild detergent and cold water. Do not bleach. Dry in shade.
Additional Information: Our products are handcrafted and hand printed by skilled artisans. Slight irregularities and deviation in motifs, texture, and colour if any, are identity of handcrafted products. Appreciate the beauty that lies in imperfections.
The actual colour of the product may vary slightly due to different screen brightness. colours also tend to look slightly brighter in photos due to camera lights.