Five Indian Prints That Are the Face of India’s Heritage

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Indian handlooms are widely appreciated for their richness and variety. Indian sarees and other woman outfits are always associated with unique textile quality and colours. They define the richness it holds.

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5 Indian Prints That Are the Face of India’s Heritage:

5 Indian Prints That Are the Face of India’s Heritage

5 Indian Prints That Are the Face of India’s Heritage:

5 Indian Prints That Are the Face of India’s Heritage Indian handlooms are widely appreciated for their richness and variety. Indian sarees and other woman outfits are always associated with unique textile quality and colours. They define the richness it holds. If you check out some of the reputed fashion stores including Asha Gautam , you will find top quality handloom printed dresses. What makes these Indian prints different from others is the unique identity they hold. These prints are largely inspired from nature, architecture of temples and forts, rural life and geometric patterns. Indian handloom industry is backed with talented artisan who works best to create the final output result. Let us now check top five Indian prints that display the face of Indian heritage-

1.) Bandhani:

1 .) Bandhani Coming from the land of Gujarat and Rajasthan, Bandhani is the most preferred Indian print to create bandhani Sarees . This printed textile work is decorated by plucking the cloth with the fingernails into many tiny bindings that form a figurative design. You will find Bandhani Sarees available at Asha Gautam having finest prints over.

2.) Patola:

2.) Patola Coming from the land of Patan region of Gujarat, Patola is created in cotton, silk and blends. Patola is considered as the most expensive textile print in India. In this, each thread is dyed separately resulting in creation of continuous pattern series. The origin of this handprint goes back to Solanki Rajputs , the ruling class of Gujarat and parts of Rajasthan in the 12th century.

3.) Batik:

3 .) Batik This handprint dates back to 2000 yrs.; Batik was founded in Middle East, Africa and parts of Asia. Batik got its name from Javanese word Amba . In Batik, the craftmen uses wax resist instead of tying up the fabric. What makes Batik the best of all is the floral motifs and earthy palette.

4.) Kalamkari:

4.) Kalamkari One of the interesting part of this print is the natural colours are made up of natural extracts. Many sarees and ladies outfits do carry Kalamkari prints. They look rich due to its abstract and inticirate floral. Today, most of the Kalamkari print work includes freehand abstracts and floral work created by artists over months’ work.

5.) Ikat:

5.) Ikat Ikat is the oldest form of the textile decoration and uses dyeing process, which is quite similar to tie-dye. It helps in creating patterns on textiles. In this technique, there is either a warp or weft to weave a pattern. To create Ikat print fabric, there is a requirement of heavy skill. One should be able to create less blurry. Ikat printed outfits are quite expensive and are you will mostly find it in Gujarat and Telangana . India is blessed to have these and so many other textile prints rather defines the richness of heritage. Do check out AshaGautam to find sarees made purely out of these prints giving an elegant look. Choose the best that fits to your outfit requirement and the event you want to wear it.

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