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- CRAFT : Ajrakh Hand Block Printed with Natural Dyes
- MATERIAL : Chanderi Silk
- SIZE : 2.5 Mt Top x 2.5 Mt Bottom x 2.5 Mt Dupatta
- UNIQUE FEATURE : Hand Printed with Natural Dyes made out of Organic and In-Organic Natural substances like, Iron Rust, Indigo, Turmeric, Alizarin etc
- Learn more about : AJRAKH HAND BLOCK PRINTING
The word Rogan comes from Persian, meaning varnish or oil. Rogan painting, is an art of cloth printing practiced in the Kutch District of Gujarat, India.
In this craft, paint made from boiled oil and vegetable dyes is laid down on fabric using a stylus (painting), with Free Hand.
Typical and tough part of Rogan Painting is that there is no pre laid out pattern on the Fabric. The painting begins on plain cloth and artisan allows Sticky oil paint, made out of typical arduous boiling and cooling process of castor oil, to drop in a form a thin streak, with a stylus, very precisely, following the image in his mind.