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    Ajrakh Print

    The historical province of Sindh in Pakistan and the nearby Indian regions of Kutch in Gujarat and Barmer in Rajasthan are where the ancient block-printing technique known as ajrakh, which is used to decorate textiles, began. Several various ideas are implied by the term "ajrakh," itself.

    Some claim that it originates from the Arabic term ajrakh, which signifies blue and is one of the main colours used in ajrakh printing. According to some historians, the word was created from the Hindi phrase aaj rakh, which means to maintain it now.

    Others claim it refers to creating beauty. Ajrakh printing has its origins in the Indus Valley Civilization, which flourished approximately 3000 BC, and although it is a part of Sindh culture, its roots also reach Rajasthan and Gujarat in India. The Indus River was a valuable resource for washing

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  2. Design your Favorite Cushion with Symplico

    best On Demand fabric printing

    Symplico, one of the best On Demand fabric printing firms with headquarters in Surat and Gujarat, believes that there are no boundaries to art and creativity.

    For you just, Symplico Prints. Your designs are digitally printed as needed on the fabric of your choosing. For you just, Symplico prints. Every click on our website leads to high-quality, on-demand printed textiles, from the moment you first visit to the time you place your order. We print luxury textiles flawlessly on the fabric of your choosing, whether it is your favorite dress, mannequins off the runway, or pillow covers. We provide on-demand digital printing with hundreds of design options. The fashion and interior design sectors will benefit greatly from it.

    We can give our consumers the best quality and service possible by cooperating toward a single objective.     Motto is

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  3. The Unique "Bandhani" tie Tale.

    Bandhani tie

    Bandhani is a style of tie-dye textile that is embellished by picking the fabric with the fingernails to create numerous little bindings that together make a figurative pattern. From the Sanskrit word banda, the word "bandhani" is derived ("to tie"). The regions of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Sindh, Punjab, and Tamil Nadu, where it is known as Sungudi, are where the majority of bandhini-making facilities are currently found. In paintings from the sixth century, the most common kind of Bandhani dots may be observed for the first time. In regional dialects and Tamil, the name Bandhani is also spelled Bandhej, Bandhni, Piliya, and Chungidi. Mothra, Ekdali, and Shikari are other tying methods, depending on how the fabric is knotted. The finished goods have several names, including Khombi, Ghar Chola, Patori, and Chandrokhani.

    Natural colours are the primary colours utilised in

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  4. Patola Its Origin

    Patola Fabric

    Patola is typically made of silk and is produced in Patan, Gujarat, India. The singular term is patolu, while the plural is patola. They are extremely costly and were once reserved for members of royal and aristocratic families. Those who can afford the exorbitant costs are drawn to these saris. In Surat, velvet patola fashions are also produced. A tightly guarded family custom is patola weaving. These incredibly sought-after twin ikat saris are woven by three generations in Patan. It is rumored that only the boys are taught this skill among the family members. Due to the extensive procedure of independently coloring each strand before weaving them together, making one sari can take anywhere between six months and a year. In Surat, Ahmedabad, and Patan, patola was weaved.

    Although the patola fabric is said to have originated in Gujarat,

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  5. Paisley: A Sophisticated Elegance Or An Age-old Pattern?

    paisley pattern

    Oscar Wilde, a famous author who favoured wearing paisley ties, waistcoats, and scarves, once said: "One should either be a work of art, or wear a piece of art." But have you ever wondered as to why is this pattern recognised as "paisley" in the English-speaking world if it is called "cachemir" in Spanish or "cachemire" in French?


    This distinctive motif termed ‘Paisley’ has travelled a fascinating path from its ancient Indian and Persian roots, with its cryptic meanings and enigmatic symbolism. The paisley design has been seen on the scarves of cowboys and motorcyclists as it travelled the Silk Route from the East to the West. It was popularised by the Beatles and adopted by 19th-century bohemians, ushering in

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  6. The Diversity in Indian Fabric Prints: Our True Cultural Heritage

    Indian Fabric Prints

    India is a nation that carries the legacy of its rich cultural traditions through its inhabitants' hearts, be it classic art, festivals, architectural styles, or textiles, India embodies a true sense of recognition. India’s 29 states are home to a variety of Indian Fabric Prints, textile cloth manufacturing, embroidery, and weavings. And, to define the real beauty of diverse fashion in textile styles and elegance, it’s essential to take you on a tour of different states of India for their offerings of luxurious Indian Fabric Prints.

    Each Indian textile of the state has to offer beautiful Indian fabrics, ranging from intricate weaves and royal patterns to a palette of vibrant & subdued shades that speak the story of its region. Our art of cultural heritage on

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    Mughal print fabrics

    India, being a diverse nation has a variety of handloom from the different parts of India. Indian handlooms are recognized around the globe for their richness, diversity, and excellence which are also the representation of our priceless history. Our nation has always curated rich weaves, Unique pieces of textile, and vibrant colors & prints which makes us stand apart in the entire world. The designs and weaves from the different states of India represent their culture and give a distinct identity to the crafts. Inspired by nature, temple and fort architecture, rural life, and geometric patterns, these prints in rich brilliant colors say a thousand messages to the people.

    We have hundreds of thousands of prints to pick from, thanks to outstanding artisans from all around the country pouring their imaginations into the fabric. Whether it's flowers, animal patterns, or abstract artwork,

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  8. Cotton, The White Gold of India

    The White Gold of India

    Cotton!! The word which requires no introduction. We all know about it and it is used by many of us in different forms. Cotton is one of the most important natural fibers & cash crops which is cultivated in India.

    Cotton was one of the world’s popular natural fibers. The white cotton fabric is used for thousands of uses. It was referred to as ‘White Gold’ as it was so valuable in the entire world. The cotton industry of India plays a significant role in the industrial & agricultural growth of the Indian Economy and in the textile industry of India. Cotton Production in India provides direct livelihood to around 6 million farmers and employment to around 40-50 million who are involved in white cotton fabric processing and trading.

    India is the world

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  9. Skin-Friendly Fabrics & Their Types

    Skin-Friendly Fabrics

    The hot days with warm winds are here which carries a lot of skin problems with it. We all ought to wear comfortable, breezy, and skin-friendly fabric that keeps the body temperature cool and give a soft & irritation-free feel to the skin. Many of us think that it isn't possible to slay cool style in summer due to limitations of fabric choice, but it isn’t true. Who says you can’t be casual & chic at the same time? Choose our fabric and summer prints to slay your chic style this summer season. We know your next thought will be, which fabric to choose that comforts the skin too? Don’t worry, we have a perfect solution for that too. Have a glance at this piece of content and know what are skin-friendly fabrics, which fabric comes under this category, and how to use them for your perfect styles.


    What Are Skin-Friendly Fabrics?

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  10. Top Traditional Prints of India

    Traditional Prints of India

    India is known for its cultural diversity and precious heritage. Being a diverse nation, where almost 1100 different castes exist. In such a diversified nation, it’s obvious to find varied traditional clothing and handicrafts being used by people of a different caste. The traditional clothing and design make it the most traditional nation in the world. The Indian Handloom is the most famous in the entire world due to its variety of Prints, Designs, Textiles, and Weaves.

    The Indian Prints have their own identity and appearance. These Indian Prints are inspired by rural life, Floral Greenery, nature, and animal prints. All the famous Indian prints differ region-wise. The prints created by the artists convey a story or a message which makes them different from others.

    The traditional prints of India aren’t new, these are being created by the regional people for a long period of time, as

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