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Get hand-made Ajrakh Print Ladies Stoles, Sarees and Dupattas from us. The collection includes Blue Aneri Pattern Dupatta, Ladies Designer Ajrakh Stoles, Ladies Ethnic Ajrakh Saree, Ladies Hand Block Print Saree, Aneri Leaf Pattern Dupatta, etc. 

Introduction

Mishba Ajrakh Art welcomes you; we are proud of introducing ourselves as a company, which deals in an exclusive collection of Ajrakh Art print clothing. We started our business after acquiring detailed knowledge of this art, how natural dyes are being prepared, how blocks are made and many other aspects of the work. 

With rich knowledge of the domain and passion to ease out availability of Ajrakh Print collection including Blue Aneri Pattern Dupatta, Aneri Leaf Pattern Dupatta, Ladies Hand Block Print Saree, Ladies Ethnic Ajrakh Saree, Ladies Designer Ajrakh Stoles, etc., we are working hard. We deliver a hand-made collection from our set up to numerous customers, fashion designers and big brands. The collection of our company brings to us accolades of customers and makes us stand tall in the domain as a respectable Ajrakh Art print clothing manufacturer and supplier. 

About Ajrakh Art

It is an undeniable fact that people often judge others on the basis of their clothing. It is also true that every dress has its own charm; it reflects vibes of several cultures and traditions. There are several art forms in the world, and each of them carries its own vibes, significance and reflection, Ajrakh Art is one of them. 

What is Ajrakh Art?

Ajrakh, basically originated from Sindh, Pakistan is a form of block printing. Formally called as Azurakh, it is an art in which artists make use of block printing with stamps to create designs and patterns on fabric. This art after being formed, has remained favorite of Sindhi culture and numerous people in Pakistan for many years. But later, Ajrakh got popularity in some areas of India like Rajasthan and Gujarat. 

Many years ago, a man from Sindh provenience of Pakistan found a tree that had cotton in it. Using that cotton, fabric was made and on which they started making this Ajrakh art. This Ajrakh art is the pride of the Sindhi community and an integral part in the life of people of this culture as women loves wearing Ajrakh art stole, saree, dupatta and suit pieces.

What is the meaning of Ajrakh?

The word Ajrakh has its origin from the Persian language, and this Arabic word means blue. In the Ajrakh Art, this is a widely used color. 

Some people believes that the word Ajrakh is formed from combination of two Hindi words that means Aaj Rakh-to keep it today.

How to identify Ajrakh Art?

Prints of Ajrakh Art are colorful. In the prints, use of blue color signifies earth, whereas red color represents twilight. The outlines of the prints in this art are made using monochrome colors. The prints of this art include traditional things such as leaves, flowers, stars, etc.

What is Ajrakh Print?

In the Ajrakh art, prints are made using the color of natural dyes. It is basically a block print art, which requires time of maximum of two weeks for getting developed. In this art, flower and geometrical prints are made with the use of blue and the red color mixture. 

Doing Ajrakh Print on Ladies Hand Block Print Saree, Ladies Designer Ajrakh Stoles, etc., requires a lot of time, patience and skills. The prints made from this art are eye-catching and soft on the skin. Patterns such as river, trees and sunlight are extensively made and loved by people of Ajrakh print. 

Today, numerous synthetic dyes are used by people in place of natural dyes but the charm and love of people for Ajrakh Art is still the same. 

Steps of Ajrakh Print Process

Below are the various steps involved in  developing Ajrakh prints:

  • Saaj
  • Casino
  • Khariyanu
  • Kat
  • Gach
  • Indigo dyeing
  • Rang
  • Vichcharnu

Using these processes, an impressive collection is designed at Mishba Ajrakh Art. We have Blue Aneri Pattern Dupatta, Ladies Hand Block Print Saree, Aneri Leaf Pattern Dupatta, Ladies Designer Ajrakh Stoles, Ladies Ethnic Ajrakh Saree, etc. 

Conclusion

Hope we could provide you good information about Ajrakh Art. If you want to get Saree, Dupatta and Stole of Ajrakh Print, check our collection and order now. 
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