Holding a piece of ajrakh printed fabric in your hands is akin to holding a slice of history. Considered to be one of the oldest forms of printing having its basis in the Indus valley civilization, the fine craft of Ajrakh continues to create its magic in the rustic villages of Kutch, Gujarat. Traditionally believed to have originated in Sind, Pakistan, Ajrakh hand block printing is now being practised almost exclusively by craftsmen from the Khatri community near Bhuj, India.
A collection of outfits in soft cottons and muls for the summer days:
Dresses, Jump suits, Jackets, and Kurtas with a touch of delicate floral motifs and embroidery adorning each outfit. We have added pockets in most of the styles. Bottoms and Dupattas can be bought separately in the link provided on each page. Happy Shopping!