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Indigo Fabric

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    New
    Indigo Hand Block Cotton Fabric
    ₹199.00

    Per Meter

    4.0 meters in stock
    New
    Indigo Hand Block Cotton Fabric
    ₹199.00

    Per Meter

    6.5 meters in stock

    Indigo printing, which started in Bagru in the Indian state of Rajasthan and is still used today, is one example of a skill that is still prevalent and can be seen not only on clothing but also on furniture.

    Bagru town has a population of 50,000 people and is located 40 kilometers away from Jaipur, the ever-charming historical city that serves as the capital of Rajasthan. This folk town's primary cultural and economic identity is rooted in the practice of hand-block printing.

    Today, Bagru is known by its own name as the defining brand, and it continues to do well among contemporary experts in printed textiles. This historic art is what Bagru is meant to symbolize. Bagru is responsible for the development of many sub-genres of this art, the most well-known of which are indigo printing, bagru prints, and dabu prints, but indigo printing takes the lion's share of the cake.

    Indigo is a hue that is celebrated on a range of materials, including cotton, cotton silk, chanderi silk, rayon, and Kota Doria. Although it has a history that dates back to ancient times as well as the imperial era, it has only recently achieved popularity and respect as a skill. Indigo is recognized throughout history as more than simply a hue; it is also a technique in and of itself.

    Indigo patterns are becoming more and more popular, and we at Fabriclore can't seem to keep up with the demand for these beautiful designs. What more is there to say? We've taken our weapons and fled Bagru, so we're ready to satiate your indigo cravings. That's why the Indigo collection has all the ingredients you're searching for to satisfy your fashion cravings.

    The fabric is produced using natural as well as synthetic dyes, and it is hand-blocked all the way from Bagru with a variety of different patterns, including florals, geometrics, abstractions, checks, and more.